Archive for January 30, 2017

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How to clean sterling silver

Are your sterling silver pieces looking dull? Tarnish is a fact of life my friends. Luckily, it’s very easy to take care of. Here are a few quick and easy tips to help bring your pieces back to their shiny original state. Tip 1 Run to Target and pick up this liquid cleaner for sterling silver jewelry. It’s what I buy, it costs about $5 and is very easy to use. Make sure you DON’T soak your jewelry. Instead, quickly dip your jewelry into the cleaner and immediately rinse with water. Then tap a few drops of liquid dish soap (not dishwasher soap) onto your fingers. Rub the soap onto the piece of jewelry...

5 tips for tidying your closet

5 tips for tidying your closet Over the Christmas holiday break I had this idea of how cool it would be to live the simple life. What do I mean by that exactly? Well, I found myself thinking about those who are living in the NEW TREND of “tiny houses.” I even asked my family; what do you gift someone that lives the simple minimalistic lifestyle? We found ourselves lost for an answer. Maybe a grocery store gift card, or a dinner out for two. What would you do? Which got me thinking. What would I keep? What would I get rid of? How can I tidy up my closet...

Coming Soon! Take a sneak peek at our spring collection

Just a little sneak peek of what’s to come in our spring collection! 1. She believed she could so she did two-sided sterling silver charm. Have it made as a necklace or a bracelet. 2. Ear climbers in a shiny hammered sterling silver. 3. Sweet 360° stud acrylic earrings with an etched gold heart and a pearl backing. 4. The “x” marks the spot ring, is available in Sterling silver or a bronze gold, sizes 6, 7, & 8. 5. Words of encouragement charms. I lo♡e word shirts. Why not add word necklaces too? We are also adding a build-a-bracelet bar to our website! Stay tuned for more to come! xo, Honey ♥...

My wish for you in 2017

Phew! The busy holiday hustle is over. Now it’s time to take advantage of the quiet and the calm to do some reflection and planning for 2017.   For the last 3 weeks I took a full break from social media to spend some much-needed time with family and old friends in Virginia, playing games, baking and eating too much (it’s a family tradition!). It felt really good. . On the trip back to my life in Indiana I spent a lot of time thinking about what worked and didn’t work in 2016. What did I learn? What do I want to do better? It’s easy for me to get all wrapped-up in...