Sunday, January 15, 2012

Chewbeads Review and GIVEAWAY!

 CHEWBEADS Review and Giveaway!

So, I found out about Chewbeads at a friend's Christmas party during a gift exchange.  
I had no idea they existed until that night, and after I saw them,
I couldn't get my mind off of what a fantastic idea they are! 
So, I contacted Chewbeads to see if they would let me do a review and a giveaway for my readers, and they said YES! I was absolutely thrilled!  They let me pick out a Jane necklace, and a Hudson necklace to try out. I chose the olive green Jane and black Husdon. 


I really wanted to see which Evie, my 4 month old teething baby girl, preferred; the flat beads on the Hudson, or the round beads on the Jane.  She ended up loving them both, but could hold the Jane beads a little easier with her little hands.  She played with them as I nursed her, and I took them off while we were in church to keep her occupied.  I felt safe letting Evie chew on the necklaces since they are made of the same BPA free silicone materials that most nipples and pacifiers are made of.  It also has a break away clasp so that if she ends up pulling hard enough, it will just open, rather than break... which is more than I have to say about my two necklaces I attempted to wear to that Christmas party. (May they rest in peace.)

Not only do I love that Chewbeads necklaces are safe for my daughter to chew, but they are also very fashionable.  I don't feel like I'm wearing a baby toy around my neck, but rather something that is a nice finish to my outfit.  I chose colors that I would wear a lot, and that's the thing, Chewbeads has a very large assortment of colors to choose from!  In fact, I had a difficult time choosing just two colors.  I have built my outfits around, and have worn my necklaces almost every day since I got them in the mail!

 (My black Chewbeads Hudson necklace.)

The only thing that I don't particularly like about these Chewbeads necklaces is that the dark colors tend to show fuzz from sweaters and hair.  That only happens because they are made of silicone. Thankfully these necklaces can be washed with soap and water, not only cleaning the fuzzies, but also disinfecting them for the babes.

Over all, I think these necklaces are by far my favorite newly discovered item.  I know that they'll be a part of my outfit every day...maybe even after my babies are done teething!  (Yes, they are that cute!) Thank you, Chewbeads!




Want to win your own Chewbeads Necklace 
in your color of choice?  

Enter Here!

How to enter: 
Make sure to leave a comment on THIS post for each entry, otherwise I will not know that you are entering for the giveaway!  To do this, scroll down and enter a comment for each entry that you do.  There are two mandatory entries (see below) plus several additional entry opportunities (see below) There are *7* entry opportunities.  
When you leave a comment for each, that gives you that many chances to win. 
Please email if you have questions. 
abigayleconner [at] gmail [dot] com





Mandatory Entries: (must do both!)
-Like Chewbeads on Facebook, and tell them that 
Eli & Ellie sent you. 
-Follow this blog. 
(click "join this site" on the right sidebar) 

Extra Entry Opportunities: 
(leave separate comment for each entry) 
- Go to the Chewbeads website and tell me something that you learned about their products.
-Follow Eli & Ellie on Facebook.
-Follow Eli & Ellie on Twitter.
-Blog about this give away on your 
blog.  (leave URL of post in comment.
-Tweet about this giveaway (leave URL of tweet in comment



Giveaway will close 1/28/12 at 11:59pm. One winner will be chosen via random.org and given 48 hours to reply to the email I send to the address provided in the comment.  If I do not get a reply, a new winner will be chosen.  
I will be checking to make sure the winner's entries are valid.  

Good luck! 



Disclaimer: I was not given any form of payment for this review. This is my honest opinion about these products.  

32 comments:

  1. I went to the Chewbeads website and they don't just make necklaces, they also make bracelets!

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  2. and lastly I tweeted about the giveaway!

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    1. Jessica, please provide an email address in case you win. If you do not, I will not have a way to contact you. Thanks!

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  5. I'm a follower of Eli and Ellie

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  6. I liked Eli and Ellie on Facebook

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  7. I liked Chewbeads on Facebook and left them a comment that I was sent there from Eli & Ellie

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  8. This is really cool... I must share!!!

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  9. Entered the mandatory entry! :)

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  10. I learned there are no detachable parts

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  11. this is my 2nd comment because i just realized you're supposed to leave a comment for each entry. i joined the blog and "liked" chewbeads on fb.

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  12. I like them on facebook and follow your blog!

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  13. I learned that they have a breakaway clasp... always a good thing around babies!

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  14. I follow you on twitter (katrinawelch)

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  15. I tweeted!
    https://twitter.com/#!/katrinawelch/status/158778162317242369

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  16. already following, and "liked" on facebook. :)

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  17. I learned they have a lot of safety standards on those necklaces... good to know. :)

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  18. I like Chewbeads on FB and follow your blog!

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  19. I learned that Chewbeads are dishwasher safe!

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  20. liked chewbeads on facebook and said I was sent by Eli & Ellie

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  21. I learned that the benefits of using silicone is that it does not allow the growth of fungus, mold and bacteria :)

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  22. following Eli & Ellie on facebook :)

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