Handmade Jewelry Brand Creates Personalized Gifts for your Mom Just in Time for Christmas


Isabelle Grace Jewelry is a modern, handmade jewelry brand that tells stories of love, life and family through their unique pieces. Their collections celebrate many of life’s milestones including births, anniversaries, weddings and even losses. Isabelle Grace Jewelry, has been seen on many celebrities including Christina Milian, Katherine Heigel and Tori Spelling.

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Just in time for the holiday season Isabelle Grace have launched one of a kind, special handmade gifts for Mom’s. Whether it be a new mom, a veteran mom or just an all-round great mom these personalized necklaces are the perfect gift to show them just how appreciated they are this Christmas. Keep reading to check out some of their new pieces. 

The Mama XO Necklace – $50, available in silver/gold. Let’s mom know that to the world she is a mother but to you she is the world.

The Many Moons Necklace – $89, available in silver/gold. Perfect for the modern mom with a hint of bohemian. It is a great canvas for you to share a heartfelt message.

The Vida Personalized Disc Necklace – $79, available in silver/gold/rose gold. The epitome of modern day style for the modern mom. The word Vida meaning life.

The Crossed Arrows Necklace – $89. Features the Native American culture symbol for friendship and strength.

The Arrow Coin Initial Necklace – $39. A stunning, modern piece with a custom arrow charm and is a gorgeous piece for layering with other necklaces.

The Lariat Personalized Necklace – $79. Stunning, minimalist style featuring two elegant leaf-shaped charms. The reverse side features a light texturing.

You can explore their whole collection on their website: https://www.isabellegracejewelry.com or by following their Facebook page @IsabelleGraceJewelry. 

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