What You'll Get
Writing your name on something gives you legal ownership over that item, which is why John Hancock signed the Constitution. Claim what's yours with today's Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of customizable silver charm jewelry from i declare! online.
To make every charm of her exclusive sterling silver jewelry line as unique as possible, i declare! founder Annette Allen hand-stamps them with names, initials, and inspiring quotes. Choose from a variety of pre-printed models and customizable designs. Empty bracelets can start with the single charm ($30), a basic flat silver circle that can be printed with a name, word, or set of initials. The 3D charms ($15) give modest marathon-runners a tactful way to boast as they rack up 26.2 shoeprints, while the mini flower charm ($20) can be used to grant fireball-throwing powers in the event of a Goomba invasion. Devoted moms can avoid playing favorites with the hollow circle charm ($50), which has enough space for several different names. Even among the pre-engraved models—which feature words like live, persist, and believe—Annette's attention to detail makes sure that no two are exactly alike.
Examiner.com Boise featured i declare! charms:
- You don't have to limit it to running charms either, you can celebrate anything you want on one of their charms because it is personalized by you and custom made exactly the way you want it. – Carol Bedard, Examiner.com
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid until 2/12/11. Must use in 1 visit. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About i declare!
Annette Allen wears her passions on her person, declaring her love for running and her family through personalized jewelry. Her business, i declare!, follows suit with sterling silver pieces customized by hand. Annette’s collection brandishes names, initials, and motivational words that inspire their wearers to “live, love, run” and to “unplug the toaster, just in case.”