Monday, April 18, 2011

etc. jewelry shop :: hand stamped {feature}

Sometimes when you hear about something you just need to let everyone know about it.  When ETC Jewelry contacted me asking to feature her on SIMPLE and tell her story I just knew I had to do it.  The mom behind ETC Jewelry and her family are anxiously awaiting to adopt a child from Rwanda. They are currently #135 out of 150 families "waiting in line" at the minister's office In Kigali.  Her along with her husband's sisters are all adopting from Rwanda.

She wanted to find a way to help raise the money for them to adopt their daughter.  She was introduced to hand stamped jewelry when she received one for herself as a gift. She just really loved the sentimental value of that personalized necklace. It was so special to her to be able to keep her babies initials so close to my heart and she knew other moms would definitely feel the same way. So that started the idea of ETC Jewelry!

ETC Jewelry is gorgeous and very personal.  So many different styles to chose from.  You can get names, initials and/or sayings on these necklace or bracelets.

Visit ETC Jewelry and check out her amazing work.  Make a purchase and you will know it will be helping a good cause.  Help ETC Jewelry adopt their daughter from Rwanda! Once their adoption is complete they will continue to send part of the proceeds from etc jewelry to her sister-in-law in Kigali, who helps the Rwandan people around her with humanitarian and missionary work.

etc jewelry :: starting at $29.00

jaimesimplesignature copy*Product was not provided for this feature, I wanted to share this great store in hopes it will help*


  1. I love this jewelry. I bought some for my sister, my mother, and my mother in law for Christmas. The quality is superb, and having it so personalized makes it an heirloom. Thanks for featuring this beautiful line!

  2. I purchased a necklace from and it was very well made and unique. I was able to help with the design. Love it. I often receive compliments on this beautiful necklace.

  3. Just for Moms? No Way! Beverly created for me a beautiful, masculine leather thong necklace with the initials of my three grandsons. I love it!

  4. I agree with Mike Miller, Bev created a silver man's bracelet for me using a copper plate sandwiched between 2 silver plates. My description of my bracelet does not do it justice. So check it out. It's called "The Reata" (I posted as anonymous because I couldn't make any of the others work LOL Joe R. Jones)


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