Your daughter will love this keepsake necklace this Mother's Day


All moms deserve recognition on Mother’s Day. but of course, some moms are more special to us than others. When your daughter grows up to have a child (or children) of her own,… well, it doesn’t get any more special than that. So, what’s the best way to wish your daughter a Happy Mother’s Day? Your daughter is all grown up and has done everything to make you proud. You may have known from the moment that you saw her, that she had the potential to be the best person ever. Now she has become that wonderful person, that amazing daughter, and that absolutely phenomenal mother. How could you help but being proud to call her your daughter, especially as we celebrate Mother's Day?

I am sure that you are thankful every day that God made her your daughter, the mother of your grandchildren, and a special blessing in your life, so why not take this opportunity to let her know this Mother’s Day, exactly how you feel. What better way to do this than by giving her this precious keepsake that demonstrates how much your hearts are connected and how much she means to you. The best Mother's Day gifts are the ones that are memorable and lasting. This interlocking hearts necklace qualifies as a keepsake to be cherished for a lifetime as she wears it close to her heart.

Two hearts embellished with Cubic Zirconia stones interlocked together as a symbol of never-ending love and the eternal bond between your beautiful baby girl and yourself.

Made with high-quality polished surgical steel. The cable chain measures 18 inches with a 4-inch extension, allowing for a universal fit, and fastens with a lobster clasp.

Pendant Dimensions:

• Height 0.6" (1.5cm)

• Width 1.1" (2.7cm)

• Adjustable cable chain 18"-22"

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