Stella and Dot Giveaway

February Q&A video

If you’ve been hanging around the blog for some time now, you may notice that I host a few Stella and Dot giveaways, all courtesy of my wonderful consultant Nicole Hazen. 

She’s been fantastic to work with and I always love the newest jewelry Stella and Dot comes out with.

I picked these little coral and gold studs that are pretty darn perfect for spring and summer!

I asked Nicole to share a little bit about what it’s like to be a Stella and Dot stylist, and her experience with the company.

Since becoming a Stylist in June of 2011, I have found a new sense of independence.  As a mom of four boys ages seven and under and a wife to a husband who travels often, this former teacher needed an outlet.  And yes, I wanted the best of both worlds.  Shouldn’t we all?  I stumbled on Stella & Dot when I bought a few things during an online fundraiser for my godson.  Soon after, I received an email with a sign-up special that looked pretty good.

I took a chance.  There were too many good things about being a Stylist that I couldn’t pass up.  Of course the free jewelry was a bonus, but from a business standpoint, it was a no brainer.  I work when I want to, there is no long-term commitment or contract, I do not hold inventory so I am only responsible for my samples (and yes I wear them every day!), I have an unbelievable personal website and 24/7 training.  I have met so many amazing women along the way and created friendships that would not exist had it not been for this small business that I call my own.  Most importantly, I am still a stay-at-home mom.
Stella & Dot is big enough that celebrities are spotted wearing our jewelry and small enough that there are always guests at trunk shows that have never heard of the line.  We are represented in North America, Canada, Puerto Rico and the UK and will just keep growing, which is why there is so much room for growth!
Think this sounds like something for you?  Take a chance.  You might find your passion.  Join my team and hold two qualifying Trunk Shows** in your first 30 days as a Stylist and receive $100 product credit to further grow your sample display from me, your coach/sponsor/partner in crime.         xo – Nicole
** A qualifying Trunk Show is $300 in sales, 4 unique orders and a unique Hostess.”

If you have any questions about joining Nicole’s team, you can connect with her here, or send her an email at

Today she’s giving away the Coral Soiree Studs (that I’m wearing above) and the Gilded Arrow Bracelet.

For one entry option, you can pin this image to pinterest : 

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thefarmfiles says · 02.05.13

Great giveaway. Thank you for hosting!

Shelley Pridgen says · 02.05.13

Super cute earrings!

lilibird says · 02.05.13

Hope to win!!

Jane Carr says · 02.05.13

Awesome giveaway.
The arrow bracelet is gorgeous, I absolutely adore it!
Thanks Kate!

Betsy Brock says · 02.05.13

cute, cute! LOVE both.

Britt says · 02.05.13

LOVE those earrings! Both items are gorgeous. I love Stella & Dot.

jeannie says · 02.05.13

I love Stella and dot! What pretty pieces! I liked Nicole on fb 🙂

Laura says · 02.05.13

Love both of these!

Stephanie says · 02.05.13

Darling giveaway. Can I possibly ask a favor? For a “pin it” button to be added to images? My computer went down recently and until I can afford to purchase a new one, I’m on a shared computer, which I can’t add the pin button to the toolbar.

Lauren says · 02.05.13

Those earrings are so pretty!

Mandy says · 02.05.13

Sweet looking earrings!

SH says · 02.05.13

Those earrings are beautiful!


Laura Jones says · 02.06.13

Earrings are adorable!! I can so relate to Nicole. I’m a mother to four boys ages 8 and under and my husband travels a lot with his job! But I stay home. Sounds neat to join!!

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