Birthday Giveaway || Jane Basch | Dearest Lou

Birthday Giveaway || Jane Basch


Wallis Maxi Dress old, (similar on sale HERE)
Colorblock Cardigan c/o Swell old

Isn't this nameplate necklace from Jane Basch absolutely stunning? I can't get enough of it and it goes perfect layered on with my initial triangle necklace. December 20, 2011 is mine and Daryl's wedding date, a date that means so much to me. I wanted to have a piece of jewelry aside from my wedding ring that reminds me of that day and the promises we made to each other. When I saw this nameplate necklace on Jane Basch I asked if there was anyway we could do a date instead of a name. They were totally on board and the necklace turned out even better then I could have ever imagined. The pictures aren't doing it justice (;

I absolutely LOVE Jane Basch and am super excited to team up with them for today's giveaway. Jane Basch is giving away a nameplate necklace to one lucky Dearest Lou reader. This giveaway is open W O R L D W I D E so everyone is free to enter. To enter the giveaway, simply continue reading below.


To enter, simply visit Jane Basch and let me know which metal & name or date you would put on your necklace if you won. Remember to fill out the rafflecopter widget below, the more entries you complete the better chance you have of winning. Giveaway is open  W O R L D W I D E thru November 2 at 11:59PM EST. If worldwide reader is randomly selected, they will need to pay for shipping to their country. Twitter, facebook, and/or instagram profiles is on P R I V A T E must be set to P U B L I C on November 3, 2014 from 12AM EST- 3AM EST since I will be verifying the random winners entries at that time. Winners will be announced on my birthday, November 3 and contacted via email November 4. Winners will have 48 hours from the time I send the email to claim prize before another winner is selected at random and notified. Thanks friends and good luck.
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45 comments

  1. Those necklaces are perfect together! I would put my husband's name on the sterling silver. :)
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  2. I'd love to put my name on 925 Sterling Silver over Sterling Silver. Beautiful nameplate necklace... I do not have one so this will be my first nameplate necklace if I win. Thanks! :)

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  3. I'd put the coordinates to our home.

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  4. I would get the yellow gold over sterling silver with the name EVE on it.

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  5. I would probably put the name "Kev" on silver.

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  6. I would pick gold and my wedding anniversary date ;)

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  7. I would put the name "Zhoze" on silver.

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  8. I would get Silver with the name Paige on it!

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  9. Such a beautiful outfit all the way!

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  10. I would get my name in silver!

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  11. I'd pick silver and get our wedding date, 05-17-14!

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  12. silver block bar nameplate with 2.17.12 on it

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  13. gold and the date i met my boyfriend! 08-15-07

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  15. i'd choose a gold plate with "hope " written on it

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  16. I'd choose the gold plated one with my marriage anniversary date on it.

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  17. I would love to have the gold one with the name Stafford on it for my son.

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  18. I would definitely get my daughter's name (Rhynna) on the silver, to match the pretty silver locket I wear every day that I got when she was born :)


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  19. I don't know if there would be enough room but I'd love to get the words 'alis volat propriis' which is Latin for 'She flies with her own wings'. I'd choose the gold, your laying inspired me to do something similar. (RRaine on RC buzzyngabe ( at ) yahoo.com )

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  20. I want this http://store.janebasch.com/jbd349-neoclassic-name-bracelet/ and put my best friend's name since I love her so much. xx
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  21. I would choose silver necklace & put my (and my twins sis) birthday date!

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  22. I would choose silver and I would put 03.10 on it, which is my and my boyfriends anniversary!

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  23. I would love to get my kids initials put on the silver JBD290 ID Nameplate Necklace

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  24. I just found your blog. It's so nice! You have a new follower =)
    If I had a nameplate necklace, I'd probably put the date my life changed, in a silver one (or gold, I don't know... I like both!)
    Thanks for the giveaway and good luck everyone!

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  25. I would put my dog's name, Bailey, on the gold one!

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  26. I like it in Platina, the names will be my parent's names by inishails

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  27. I will put tne name of my boys: Andrei and Alex, in silver necklace.

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  28. wonderful site
    love these earrings
    Hoop Earring with Monogram

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  29. Silver would write
    15:02 3500 51

    Time, weight and cm of my baby girl when she was born.

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  30. my daughter's name in a silver nameplate

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  31. Thank you for this fantastic giveaway!
    Iwould choose, gold and with my name.

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  32. I would put the name "Vanessa" on silver.

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  33. I would choose silver and I would put my initials FF :)

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  34. i would choose gold over silver and i would write 24.03 on it <3 great giveaway

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  35. I'm sure only about name I would put on it. It's: IVA. Probably I would choose silver and date...I don't know yet! But I'll know if I win! :)

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  36. I would love to have the gold one with my name

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  37. I'd choose gold with the name Immogen.

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  38. I would choose silver necklace & put my birthday date! *_* I love it

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  39. I would pick silver and put my name on it (Kim)

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  40. I'd like to have the necklace in 22K Gold over sterling silver with my name "DIVYA" on it.

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