Monday, February 01, 2010

The Friendship Stone - A Unique Valentine's Gift Idea!

I was contacted by The Friendship Stone in order to let my readers know of a great gift idea to celebrate love and friendship between two people, no matter what the relationship.  I think it is a unique gift idea that not only is really cool but gives back as well..

Even better they have let me in on the fact that they are having a special promotion for Valentines Day where they are giving 14% off the complete line of Friendship Stones Gifts and Jewelry!!!

The coupon code for this special is "Valentine"

This is what they have to say about this great gift idea:

"Articulate an immeasurable romance. Express an enduring love. 

Chocolate? Candies? Roses?

You need more than the normal clich├ęd Valentine’s gift to capture your feelings for your sweetheart. After all, isn’t he or she just the epitome of your world? 

Celebrate the Day of Love with The Friendship Stone, an everlasting keepsake of your love, appreciation and gratitude. 

The Friendship Stone gift range is as distinctive and unique as your sweetheart. Taken from the heart of the African earth, The Friendship Stones are semiprecious gemstones that like your love are only touched by the hand of Nature.

Buying your Valentine’s gift is as easy as 1-2-3 with a wide range of The Friendship Stone gifts:

Choose an elegant, one-of-a-kind Friendship Stone Necklace for Her. View more

Or select a unique Friendship Stone Desk Stone for Him. View more
Or better still, enhance the day by buying a Power of Two Friendship Stone pack as a symbol of the intense bond between you. View more

And remember, 10% of all profits on The Friendship Stone gift range are donated back to help the villagers in Western South Africa from where the stones originate. "

Take a look for yourself, take advantage of this great sale on a unique gift idea, and let me know what you think!

Disclaimer: I received no compensation for this post but did receive a sample of the product to review.  My opinions are my own without bias. 

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