Sunday, April 15, 2012

Celebration Day #15

This is the exact necklace the winner will receive!

I've really wanted to try Baltic Amber, and now that Mr. C is in the throws of teething (4 teeth at once), I think I might just do it! Justa Wee Bab Designs is offering a chance to win a Baltic Amber Necklace for your little one! Thank you for this awesome giveaway!




A Little About the Item
11 inch Baltic amber necklace, artisan cut disc shaped beads.The color of these beads is almost perfect, pure and translucent. 


Wearing baltic amber close to the skin is a traditional European remedy for baby teething. A natural analgesic, amber will help calm a baby without resorting to drugs. Used for centuries in Europe, amber's natural anti-inflamitory and pain relieving properties are perfect to soothe teething babies. Amber is fossilized resin, which warms against the skin, releasing it's theraputic properties safely and naturally It treats the throat, stomach, spleen, kidneys, bladder, liver, and gallbladder, alleviates joint problems, and strengthens the mucus membranes. As an elixir and for wound healing, it is an excellent natural antibiotic. Amber provides decisiveness. It strengthens your memory and intellect and helps with emotional calming and centering. It is an excellent grounding crystal, and transmutes negative energy to positive. Amber radiates a warm and bright energy. It aids the Abdomen, Bladder, Blood, Eyes, Kidneys, Stomach, Tissue Revitalization, Throat, Liver, Joint Problems.SIZING YOUR NECKLACE: I recommend that parents should measure their child's neck to get exact sizing for safety. A baby's necklace should never hang lower than their chin but should be loose enough for an adult to fit 2 fingers between the necklace and the child's neck. Babies can begin wearing AMBER at the age of 4 months. The typical size chart is a follows: baby - 10.5-11” (0-2yrs)
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2 comments:

  1. I have an amber teething bracelet for my daughter, but I would love a necklace, especially for her, but also because #2 will also need one after he or she is born.

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