Thursday, April 14, 2011

Win this beautiful Silver & Diamond Live, Love, Hope Necklace!

This week I was fortunate enough to take part in City of Hope's, Let Them Eat Cake, Wedding Cake Competition.

City of Hope is a leader in Cancer Research and Treatment. So it's only appropriate that one of the prizes I received was this beautiful Sterling Silver and Diamond Live, Love, & Hope Necklace. The necklace was designed in memory of Roberta Z. Kanfer. They call it "Bobbye's Dream". You can read about her story on City of Hope's Website HERE.

To help celebrate, I thought it would be appropriate to give away one of my prizes and I chose this necklace.

The pendant is .925 sterling silver with a disc laser engraved with Live, Love, Hope. The diamond ribbon has .05 ctw of HI-I1 genuine white diamonds. It is on an 18" sterling silver cable chain.

The contest is taking place on Truly Custom Cakery's Facebook page. Just visit this link to comment on the photo. If you are unable to comment, you will need to "like" the page first.

If you would like to donate to City of Hope, just visit this link. With donations of $100.00 or more, you will receive your very own Live, Love, Hope Necklace.

God Bless and Good Luck!

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3 comments:

Holly said...

Stacey,I wanted to thank you personally for picking our Bobbye's Dream necklace as a prize and link on your site! That was my Mom and she was never able to meet her granddaughter as she passed away from pancreatic cancer long before she was born! My daughter, Billie wanted to honor her Grandma and help other people affected by this deadly disease and created Bobbye's Dream... pretty impressive for a 16 year old. I wish everyone happiness and sweetness throughout their lives and always Live, Love and Hope!

Stacey - Truly Custom Cakery, LLC said...

Oh Holly, thank you so much for your message. You must be so proud of your daughter!

God Bless!
-Stacey

Anonymous said...

Very nice. So sorry to hear of someones loss. I had cancer in October, but it was where it could be removed. I am so thankful!