03 May 2012

Introducing Scarlett Hearts, With A Little International Jewellery Giveaway! [Now Closed]

Scarlett Hearts is a brilliant wee site I came across recently where Charlotte, a 22 year old jewellery designer from Newcastle, has been selling her handmade pieces for just over a year. Her pieces are cute, quirky, vintage inspired and amazingly good value, so I caught up with her to find out the story behind the site!

"By making my own jewellery I was making something unique to me, which is something which the high street struggled to offer anymore. Friends started wanting pieces of my jewellery and suggested I started selling it online, so here we are today!"

Your prices are amazing! How? Why?! 
"I don’t like paying for overpriced costume jewellery so I don’t think anyone else should! I think there is always a high price tag with handmade jewellery when there doesn’t need to be and I want everyone to be able to wear cute jewels for a reasonable price! All of Scarlett Hearts' pieces are handmade and I source from all over the world to keep prices down. Some items are very easy to find and others may take weeks!"
Some of my recent buys from Scarlett Hearts!

So, what are the most popular pieces on the site?
"The bestselling item on Scarlett Hearts is the cute Typewriter key initial necklace, £4.50, while my personal favourites are the RosyPins, £4. These are perfectly on trend with the colourful clothes in stores at the moment and make the perfect addition to your collars."
And the next big jewellery trend?
"We are thinking big, bold and bright for summer!  Summer is the perfect time to let your imagination go wild!"

Scarlett Hearts ships worldwide and charges a flat delivery fee: £4 for anywhere outside the UK, and £2.50 within! I've already picked up a few pieces as gifts along with a couple for myself - check out the site, and I'm sure you'll find something you love. 

...like, for example, that Tiny Hearts necklace above? Well, you're in luck - I bought it for you! If you fancy getting your hands on it just follow the simple steps below. You just need to be following the blog through GFC or Bloglovin', though there are a couple of options for extra entries. It's open internationally - good luck!

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