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Sponsor Spotlight: Coatt’s Morse Code necklaces

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COATT  is Rebecca Coagan Scharlatt and she came up with this brilliant idea to design necklaces based on the idea of the morse code!  Using gold beads as dots and slashes, you can choose among a few pre-made sayings, such as lovemom, and SOS, or you can choose a personalized necklace with your choice of word or name or  your own secret message around your neck…I really LOVE this idea!!

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At the moment Rececca also offers this great giveaway at her shop…WIN a personalized Morse Coded Necklace …one winner will be selected every week through the end of the year! For more details click here

 

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