My Favorite Jewelry

**This giveaway has ended. Thanks so much to everyone who entered!**

Y’all know about my friend Lucy’s jewelry, right?

Lucys Inspired Jewelry

For those that don’t, she makes her creations from architectural salvage and vintage jewelry and I am just crazy about the stuff!

Lucys Inspired Vintage to Vogue Jewelry

She sent me this necklace recently, and I literally gasped when I first saw it:

Lucy Lockets Necklace | The Lettered Cottage

Ya see that strand of cream & gold vintage leaves that make up the right side of the chain? My Grandma Evelyn had a necklace just like that, and man does it makes me smile every time I see it. :-)

Here’s another one of my favorites:

Lucy Locket Necklace | The Lettered Cottage

My wedding anniversary is 6/25, so wearing that one makes me extra smiley, too. :-)

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Since Mother’s Day is right around the corner, Lucy and I thought it would be fun to host a Lucy Lockets giveaway here this week!

The person whose name is (randomly) selected can choose any one of Lucy’s pieces (up to $75). You can see all of her beautiful jewelry at Lucys Inspired, and if you’d like to enter for a chance to win one here, just leave a mom-related message in the comment section below this post. It could be a note about being a mom, or a special story about your mom or grandma- anything that you’d like to share to celebrate the upcoming holiday. :-)

The giveaway will be open until Wednesday, April 30th at 9am (CST) and I’ll include the winner’s name at the end of this Friday’s post. Good luck and happy Monday!

PS- Instagrammers: Lucy’s Instagram feeds (LucysInspired and Lucys_Lockets) are two of my favorites to follow along with, too! ;-)

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Comments

  1. Jennifer Sewell says

    I will never forget celebrating my First Mother’s Day – it was the best feeling in the world and now I get to celebrate with both of my amazing boys!

  2. Amy Youngstrom's says

    Being a mom and a Grammy has been the greatest gift ever. Nothing more precious than the relationship I have with these l love so much. It has been a joy and a blessing to watch them grow and learn. Children are a gift from above!

  3. Heather Griffin says

    We recently adopted a little girl – and our lives have changed all for the better! We cant remember a day without her in our lives! Just like she touched our lives – the necklaces can touch a piece of your heart.

  4. Stacy says

    Love these beautiful jewels! I feel fortunate every single day to be the mom of a young woman who has turned out to be respectful, smart, and a wonderful contribution to society. She out shines me every day!

  5. Heidi says

    My husband and I just decided to try for a third child after 7 years of thinking we were done :) I’m not telling people, so this is fun putting it in your comments!!! HAHAHA :)

  6. Umran says

    I am not a mother yet myself; however recently my cousins and my close friends gave been having babies, and I am having so much fun going through the pregnancy things with the Mom’s and eventually meeting their bundles of joy. Shopping for the little ones have been a blast as well.

  7. Leslie says

    I have a mom and a mom-in-law who are both completely unique and original — so what better gift than something so one-of-a-kind! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Kristen A. says

    So thankful that I get to be a mom! Adoption is both beautiful and heartbreaking. While I celebrate my two blessings, someone else has empty arms. Remembering all mothers this May.

  9. Hannah says

    My first Mother’s day was just three days after meeting our baby girl for the first time. We were still getting used to having her home and there was just so much joy surrounding her arrival into our home. I will never forget it.

  10. Tiffany B says

    Being a mom is one of God’s greatest blessings. Love my 3 kids so much! Great give away, thanks Layla!

  11. Karie Gallegos says

    First off I want to say that my grandma was also named Evelyn…I love the name!

    I am a mom and a grandma (Yia Yia) and it is such a treat for me! I love it when my daughter calls to just talk or ask for advice. My grandsons are the love of my live and there is nothing better then when they say I want to stay at Yia Yia’s house.

    My mom lives in Utah and I am in Ohio. We see each other at least once a year. It is hard to be so far away. When I was growing up our relationship was rocky. However since I became a mom and now a grandma we have a wonderful relationship and I cherish our time together.

    What a wonderful giveaway you are having and I think it is awesome that Lucy has found a way to recycle things!

    Thank you!

  12. Lindsey Owens says

    Love, love, love these! My grandmother always wore the best jewelry and one of my favorite memories is of her letting me try it all on. Sweet memories!

  13. Stephanie clevenger says

    I would like to win this for my daughter… She is a mom to an amazing 4 year old like boy, Gram. Things haven’t been easy but she pushes right on thru. Just when she thinks are going great God throws her a little curve ball and this time it has to do with her son and some issues with learning. But she puts it back in Gods hands and gives it her all to make things good for him. My moms are amazing but I would love to win this for her she loves this type of jewelry. Thank you for reading this.

  14. says

    My Mom and I share the same birthday in May so it’s an extra special month for us. She has always been my close friend and confidant and I hope to be just like her when I’m a mother to my own little ones some day.

  15. Mara says

    Happy Mother’s Day to my favorite person in the universe – my Mom! She’s my best friend and a brave warrior. Happy Mother’s Day to all!

  16. Tammy E. says

    This will be my first Mother’s Day without my mom, who passed away last year. It would be wonderful to have a necklace to wear as a reminder of her loving spirit!

  17. Diann says

    I love being a mom and love to read all about your journey of becoming a mom too! ❤️

  18. Cyndi says

    What mom couldn’t use a new piece of jewelry, particularly one so reminiscent of hearth and home. I hope I’m that lucky mom!

  19. Kiera Chambers says

    I am blessed with two amazing moms.
    My mother gave me life and showed me the beauty in it, told me and showed me that she loved me every day of my childhood, built into me an amazing sense of self esteem that I now treasure as an adult.
    And then I was blessed with the best mother in law in the world. A woman who treasures her sons and the women they love. She has taught me countless things.
    And both women have gifted our family with a wonderful legacy of Loving God!

  20. Kimberly M. says

    My grandmother loved jewelry, wish I had more of hers still to wear/make into neat pieces. Beautiful jewelry!

  21. Olivia says

    Since becoming a mother, I appreciate my mom even more! She’s such a blessing.

  22. shannon macklam says

    I truly love being a mom to my 3 boys. Challenging, exhausting, etc., but so worth it!

  23. says

    The jewelry is amazing, Layla! I love the coral necklace you have on.

    My mom thoughts today revolve around missing my 24 year old son who lies in another state. Also, moving my own mother closer to us in the next month.

  24. Robbin says

    Beautiful jewelry! Being a mother has been the greatest joy. I look forward to the day you have your boy, Layla.

  25. Rebekah Johnson says

    My mom is my best friend. There is not a day that goes by that I do not think of her and am thankful for her teaching and support.

  26. says

    My mother passed away when I was very young. I have been blessed with many wonderful Mother figures in my life. Still His bestest Mother influence remains my Mother-in-law.

    She has loved me as a daughter for 30 years. We laugh, pray, cry and dream together.

    I love these jewelry pieces, still I know Mom would love them more. …

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the women in our lives.

    Gloria

  27. Geri-Lynn says

    Being a mom is the most amazing, hard, worth it, rewarding and best job ever (I could go on and on). This will be my 2nd mother’s day and I am soooo thankful for every day I have spent with my son the last 14 months.

  28. Michelle W says

    I would love to pick out something special for my mom. She is the best mom and how I strive to be more like very day to my kids

  29. Michele says

    My grandma loved wearing necklaces. I still have a vintage owl necklace she gave me when I was a kid. These are just beautiful! Thanks, and Happy Mother’s Day to all moms!

  30. says

    Oh that first necklace is just gorgeous – I gasped when I saw that coral pendant too! Mother’s Day is such a special time…I love to honor all of my friends and family that support me like a mother, not just the ones that have children. :)

  31. Jessica rivera says

    Love her pieces! I love that it has sentimental value about your grandmother. My grandmother always had crazy outdated jewelry I would never wear but I love how she incorporates pieces to make it beautiful! Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers out there!

  32. Julia H says

    These are lovely pieces and I would love to be the proud owner of such gorgeous jewelry!

  33. Linda Perry says

    Being a mom and and a grandmother have been the most important and joyful “jobs” I have had. I am very much missing the “moms” who nurtured me in this life who are no longer with me. My mother, my grandmother who raised me after my mother died from breast cancer and my mother-in- law who taught me so much about being a mother and a grandparent. All three are dearly missed.

  34. Maddy Lopez says

    I always have such a hard time describing motherhood. It’s the hardest job I have ever had, yet the most rewarding. It’s the one job that I’ve never wanted a break from even though there isn’t one day that passes that I don’t want to pull my hair out at some point. :) Being a momma is the best privilege ever! I am lucky to be Aiden’s mom.

  35. Susan M. says

    I was blessed to be a mother three times and am now blessed to see my girls become mothers. I love being a mom but I don’t think I was prepared for how much I love these grandbabies.

    Her jewelry is so unique – just like all us moms! Thanks for the opportunity – my fingers are crossed!!!

    P.S. Happy Mother’s Day to ALL mothers out there!

  36. Pam says

    I don’t have a mom anymore. She has gone on to her reward; however, I do have a wonderful mother-in-law who is always there for me and my family as well as my two sister-in-laws and their families. She definitely deserves something nice for mother’s day.

  37. melissa pello says

    Mothers Day is my favorite day of the year. Reminds me of how lucky I am to have my three crazy kids and also reminds me of what great role models I have in my mom and grandma!

  38. Carla Murphy says

    God blessed us with 4 beautiful daughters, inside and out. I see in each one exactly who I wanted to be when I grew up. God is so good!

  39. Candice H. says

    Being a mom is the absolute best and scariest feeling I’ve ever encountered. Knowing that it is my job to prepare my child to face the world is a thought that can be worrisome if I let it. But trusting in the Lord with a prayerful heart will secure our treasures (children) in Heaven!

  40. Ellen says

    Being a mom to two beautiful daughters adopted from China has been life-changing in ways I never imagined. I am thankful every day that I am a mom, and especially given the journey that we took to get our girls. I am a different person than I would have been without Madelyn and Julia! Happy Mother’s Day to ALL mothers, everywhere.

  41. Bridey says

    I didn’t appreciate my mom until I had been a mom for awhile. Somehow, she did it all with with the six of us-always being so
    kind and creative. I will be lucky to be a small portion of the amazing mother that she is.

  42. Carol Schneider says

    My mom went home to be with The Lord over 7 years ago. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of her. Things I do or that my sisters does in raising our children are so much like her! A legacy. The good and the not so good. All memories of who she was and what she still means to our family! I love my mama!

  43. says

    My mom has a heart bigger than anyone I’ve ever known! I know it’s the cliche, but in this instance it’s so true! She is the kind of person that will truly rejoice with those that rejoice and weep with those that weep. Sometimes so much so that it actually causes her physical pain! She is 86 and can’t get around much anymore to visit or help someone in need, but she constantly is thinking of others and making phone calls all day long to check up on friends and family and pray for them. I’d love to give her something nostalgic to bless her for her constant desire to bless others.

  44. Malinda Brannan says

    I am always looking for unique pieces that have meaning for my daughter. She is a great mother of 4 , who at 35 found out she has Huntington’s. She has been in such a depression but I am always on the lookout for inspirational pieces.

  45. Sandy A says

    Mother’s Day is bittersweet for me–I miss my mother so much-she was such a sweet joy in everyone’s life–but at the same time I relish in the joy of our children and Grandchildren and appreciate how blessed our life is…

  46. Jan Watkins says

    Love the jewelry – makes me think of my mom and grandmothers!!Wish I had saved their old jewelry – such a treasure!!My mom continues to inspire me at age 84!!!

  47. pamela says

    The day I gave birth to my little girl was the day my true self was born too. Every year on her birthday I can’t help but think it also symbolizes the day a mother was born. I always take a moment to tell her “her birth story” and reflect on how being her momma is such a true blessing!
    You too, Lara, will soon know this remarkable discovery! I just know it!!
    xoxox
    Pamela

  48. Barbara Pepper says

    Being a nana to two beautiful little boys takes me back thirty years to when my kids were babies. Happy Mothers Day to all tou beautiful moms.

  49. Tracey Weaver says

    Being a mom can be frustrating, overwhelming and thankless. But you forget about that when they are cuddling up to you at night or telling you that you are the best mom ever… proud momma of two.

  50. Michelle Fowler says

    So cute! I might just have to pick up one for myself…mothers can buy their own mothers day gifts, right?

  51. Melissa Law says

    Today, being a mother means watching your son leave for basic training and crying tears of pride mixed with sadness. His plane leaves at 2:00. Prayers appreciated!

  52. Kelly S. says

    Right now I am a mom to my pets – a dog and a cat- and it’s the best job in the world! :)

  53. Melissa O says

    I lost of my Grandma’s this year and I miss them both everyday. Love the jewelry and the history behind it!

  54. Pam says

    I’m not cooking on Mother’s Day this year. Boy, will everyone be surprised!!!

  55. Rox says

    Sadly, I was never able to have any children but have the BEST hubby and 2 furry babies a girl could ever hope for. I am so blessed. But…….I have a GREAT mother and a FANTASTIC mother-in-law so……..MOM’S ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  56. says

    Being a mom to triplets with autism has taught me SO much. I think I’m a better mama because if it….at least I hope I am! Happy Mother’s Day to all of us mothers…and mamas in waiting, like you, Layla! xo

  57. Kelly Sanfratello says

    I am the proud mom of 5 (his, mine, and ours), and feel blessed everyday!! However, I wouldn’t be half the mom I am today, if it wasn’t for my mom. She sacrificed, worked hard, and loved us every single day. She is my inspiration!!

  58. Sheri says

    I would love to wear a piece of her jewelry. So unique and you will never see another piece like it anywhere

  59. says

    I love being a mommy to my two little boys. They are 4 years old and about 18 months. They are so very active and love being outside. Luckily we live on a farm and they get to be outside a lot!

  60. says

    I used to be so embarassed when my mom would cry at every single thing I did. Now I do the same thing just imagining how a mother might feel. I don’t even have a child yet! I’ve turned in to my mother and I’m okay with it!

  61. Jessica G says

    These are beautiful! I am blessed to be a mom to a feisty four year old, but if I was chosen to win one of these beautiful pieces, I would give it to my mother-in-law because she is such a loving and fun grandmother.

  62. Karen says

    Love being a mom & now am grandma to 5 special little ones. Love every minute of it.

  63. Wendy Kelly says

    I once heard that “being a mom is to forever have your heart walk around outside of your body”. I don’t know who first said that, but after 15 years of momhood, I live that every day (especially with one who’s ab out to start driving!!!).

  64. Kristin F says

    I’m a new mom to a 3 month old. It’s the most amazing, scary, wonderful experience of my life. It’s a different kind of love all together than any other love you can experience and I’m loving every second of it. I am so proud to get to call myself a mom, especially to my sweet little man, he’s just awesome. Happy Mothers Day!!

  65. Stephanie says

    Being a mother of 4 has been the greatest blessing of my life. I underwent fertility treatments for all 3 pregnancies.. Pregnant 3 times and 4 kids.. Wait..what? Yep God blessed me with a set of twins! I love that God graced me with my beautiful family!

  66. Lisa Lillie says

    I love Lucy’s jewelry!! Her pieces remind of going to my great grandmother’s house. I used to love going through her jewelry boxes full of big pieces of costume jewelry. I would try on jewelry for hours. Great memories!

  67. Jennie Webb says

    Long before I was a ‘real’ mom, I learned you can have the heart of a mom just by loving the children in your life, whether related or not. Sunday school kids, your bf’s little one, a coworker’s grandchild, they all expand your heart and teach you how to love unconditionally. By the time I had my own child, I was an old hand :)

  68. Shana says

    I’m pregnant with my first, so this Mother’s Day is super meaningful to us

  69. Stacey says

    My grandmother recently passed away, she and I were very close. I will be thinking of her dearly on Mother’s Day this year. Not a day goes by that I don’t reflect on the amazing woman she was. I hope I am half the woman she was. I love and miss her so much.

  70. carrie says

    However one becomes a mom — marriage, birth, adoption — you are still a mom. I’ve done it 2 out of 3 ways and love them all. Being a mom is the most rewarding role I’ll ever play. Thank goodness I never have to stop! (And, yes, I do still nibble my teenager’s cheeks when no one is watching.)

  71. Alisha says

    I am currently working, going to school, and trying my best to raise my four children. When I get overwhelmed, I think of my mom and grandma, superheroes in my book, and pull strength from their examples and lives. So grateful for good women to call my mothers.

  72. elizabeth says

    My mom is going through an especially hard season this mother’s day, she is on her third round of chemo, so something heartfelt and special like this would make her day!!

  73. Dede Jackson says

    I love her jewelry! So original! Being a mom has been one of my greatest blessings!!

  74. Barbara Scheihing says

    My 2 daughters are so special to me….they have become such Godly women and they make me so proud to be their mother.

  75. Holly says

    I just want to give a rousing endorsement for mothers-in-law! There are lots of jokes that cast that group of women in a bad light, but nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to my mother-in-law. She has been more of a mother to me, than a mother-in-law, for more than 25 years. She’s a blessing to me and everyone who knows her. So, this Mother’s Day, I’ll be celebrating how lucky I am to have her in my life!!

  76. says

    Her jewelry is so neat! I’d love to win! I’m a mama of two beautiful girls. The Lord has blessed each stage and phase along the way. Right now we are in the tween and teen stage. I am so thankful God called us to homeschool these girls and trusted me to be their mama. I love watching them grow in so many areas and that I get to be a part of it.

  77. says

    Being a Mom is the biggest gift of my life! I’ve never been so fulfilled with love in any other thing I’ve done. Being a Mom is truly a great passion for me.

  78. Dana says

    I love a piece of statement jewelry and I get it from my Nana! I’ll have to train my boys to look for good gifts for me for Mother’s Day!

  79. Tammi H. says

    I am fortunate to be Mom to two very special adult children, Elizabeth and Trent. In addition, I am step-Mom to two wonderful girls, Taylor and Nikki. Being a Mom is one of the most rewarding jobs I have done in my life!

    Tammi

  80. Pam says

    Whenever I’m in church, I hear my grandmother’s voice singing. I don’t know what it is about grandmothers, they all took voice lessons from the same person!

  81. says

    I have one of Lucy’s cuff bracelets and love it! :) Would love to pick up a necklace too.

    One of my favorite mother-ish quotes: “You get what you get, and you don’t pitch a fit.”

  82. says

    My grandma has dementia and the “loss” of her has been devastating. She always appreciated nice jewelry. It would be really awesome to see if giving her a vintage piece would spark something in her in that moment.

  83. Brenda Finney says

    I recently lost my dad, and I realise how important my parents are to me….I am laying double loving on my mom now, as she and I are both needing it….cherish your mother because you do not know how long you will have her in your life…no regrets!!!

  84. Kim says

    I love being a mom so much that we started over two years ago by adopting a newborn! Our youngest was 7 at the time so we truly started over but it has been amazing!!

  85. Lisa W. says

    Being a Mom is one of the MOST rewarding things I have EVER ever ever done in my life. It’s hard (I’m not gonna lie) when they grow up because you want to protect them forever AND pray they make good choices and I pray every night that they are kept safe…you know driving to work, and so on. ! Thank you for this post, I LOVE Lucy’s stuff and because of you Layla I don’t think I would of ever known her and I now follow her on instagram…good GOOD stuff! Just kinda makes ya feel happy doesn’t it??!!!

  86. Pattie S says

    My mother lives with us now after my father passed away a couple of years ago. Although it is sometimes stressful, I’m glad this opportunity presented itself as our relationship seems to have improved with the months that she has been here.

  87. AngieN24 says

    Beautiful. This will be my 24th Mother’s Day but my first as a Nana. And of course my daughter’s first Mother’s Day. I bet she would love something from Lucy’s.

  88. Myrna Kragel says

    My mom could do just about anything- if she didn’t know how she tried it anyway. Kudos to all those moms who make do creatively and with love and enthusiasm.

  89. says

    My mom has had such a hard year. I wish I was spoiling her this Mother’s Day.
    Love Lucy’s Jewelry! That’s my daughter’s name!

  90. Andrea S. says

    I lost my Mom 8 years ago when I was only 19, so Mother’s Day is always a time of remembrance, sadness and reflection. But this year I have a 1 year old of my own and I’ll be celebrating Mother’s Day a little differently. Thankful for memories of my own Mom, but feeling blessed that God gave me a little one of my own to be Mother to.

  91. Katie L says

    beautiful jewelry! this will be my first mother’s day as a mom of 4 – just had twins on march 11th! :)

  92. says

    I love vintage pieces and of course the concept of reusing something old. My mother went to a fashion school in New York and she always inspired us as kids to always dress your best. She used to crack us up with always having to have lipstick on even if it was to go outside and weed the garden, she would always say you never know who you may run into so it’s important to dress your best!

  93. Amy Fitzwilliam says

    Love the creative , uniqueness of these pieces! I miss my grandma’s every day. They both passed away a while ago and were the inspirations of my life. I am a better mother and person because of the values and hardships they taught me. Life was difficult for women in their day and my grandma Elizabeth had her own business against so many odds all while being divorced because her husband decided he didn’t want to be married anymore. She took a negative and made such a positive out of her situation and worked hard. She taught me to appreciate life.

  94. sharon says

    with my mother aging-every mother’s day with her is very special. we planned the mother’s day brunch menu yesterday!! thank you for the chance to win!!

  95. Dinelle H says

    This will be my first year to get to celebrate as a Grandma :), my daughter gets to celebrate if 1st Mothers Day as a Momma too. Special time.

  96. Lori says

    After 5 miscarriages, I went through IVF and now I have the most precious gift of all, Emma.. she’s 4 1/2 now and not a day goes by I don’t thank God for her.. she truly is a miracle! Mothers Day is very special to me.

  97. lesley says

    i always wish on mother’s day that i lived closer to my mom – we are 1800 miles away from each other and it seems harder on mother’s day because i know she wants to spend time with me

  98. Janice says

    Getting to celebrate Mother’s Day this year with two more sweet ones just adopted this past February! Happy mamas day to all you wonderful ladies!

  99. Tami Gallogly says

    Happy Mother’s Day to you, Layla! Sweet P is blessed to have you waiting and praying : )

  100. Lynn B says

    I absolutely love being a mom. My daughter is the most precious person that I know of. And I am so blessed to still have my mom here. What treasures all moms are! Thank you God for these blessings!

  101. Dori says

    My mom always said, “one of the things that separates us from animals is our ability to accessorize”.

  102. sami says

    I have been lucky that I have talked with my Mom every day for the past 40 years.

  103. Anna says

    Memories of my grandmother live in the daffodils in the spring, in planting and sowing our garden, in the ice tea I drink, the old glider we have on the porch, truly in most everything around me. Plus, I collect old things that remind me of her.

    PS Our anniversary is June 25, too! A great day.

  104. Gloria says

    Handmade jewelry is simple the best. This weekend as I hosted out-of-town guests I was reminded of how amazing my mom is at being a hostess. She always cooks amazing food and thinks of everything and makes it look effortless. I’d love to give her one of Lucy’s pieces to tell her how much I admire that about her.

  105. Melinda says

    The blessing of being a Mom has been an adventure to say the least, but the blessing of being a Momoi (a grandmother) has been sheer joy!

  106. Nicholine Nikkel says

    I love being a mom!! It’s the most challenging and rewarding thing I have ever done in my life.

  107. Shari Wimberly says

    Just as I was beginning to realize and appreciate how much my mother had done for me over the years, she suddenly died. I wish I had had more years to give back some of the care she gave to me. You’re never ready to lose your mom, no matter how old you are, and I miss her.

  108. Jenni Craig says

    After a year and a half of marriage, and six years together total, my husband and I are officially & actively trying to make our first baby. We moved back home to Daytona Beach from Atlanta at the end of last year to be near my mom and dad. I’ve always heard that it’s good to have family nearby when it comes to raising kids, and my mom is going to make the best grandmother.

    I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately… the kind of mom she is, and was, as I grew up. I already try to do things as a wife the way she has, little things like surprising my husband with an ice cream cake after his first job interview in our new city, making homemade sugar cookies for Easter, and keeping the bathroom faucets sparkling with the wipe of a Kleenex. They may seem like silly things, but it makes a difference in our marriage and in our home. And my mom taught me that.

    She taught me to consider the source when someone says something mean. She taught me to do things the right way first so I won’t have to do them again. She taught me to check the recipe twice, take things slow, and always check online for a discount code before I buy a new pair of shoes.

    I’ve come to terms with the fact that, in my life, I will forever have two loves: my husband and my mom. And they will both be over the moon on that day when I finally see a little blue plus-sign appear!

  109. Suzy Bryan says

    My mom makes gorgeous Christmas trees using my grandma’s jewelry. They are one of a kind just like she was.

  110. Chelsea says

    There’s nothing sweeter than being a mommy! Excited for you as you anticipate welcoming your little man home!

  111. Lindsey says

    My mom loves unique jewelry! Couldn’t think of a better gift this mother’s day!

  112. Erin R. says

    I’m brought to my knees each day by my kids and reminded of my daily need for Jesus. And usually end up praying together asking Jesus to help us love one another. Happy Mother’s Day as it is a sweet sanctifying gift to be a momma.

  113. Teri B says

    My first Mother’s Day as a mom was awesome….can’t wait until you get to celebrate yours!
    Also I’ve been Mom for 25 years….where did that time go? Wow!

  114. Jessica M. says

    I remember my mom wearing a pretty cameo necklace when I was little….and clip on earrings and big beaded necklaces remind me of my grandma….special memories!

  115. Shondra says

    Being a mom is both the most rewarding and frightening thing ever and I wouldn’t trade it for anything!

  116. Kathryn says

    When I was young, I didn’t want to be just like my mom. Now, I want to be just like her. Even down to the wrinkles in her face.

  117. Danielle says

    I would love to win this for my friend who is currently carrying a child with Trisomy 18. She has decided to continue with the pregnancy and is about 7 weeks from her delivery date. To say she is a strong person would be an understatement. This little girl will always be her daughter and her first child. What a great way to commemorate this occasion. Thanks! I just love this jewelry.

  118. Cindy C. says

    I love being a mother, but I am particularly excited this year to be gaining a daughter-in-law! i love her!

  119. Beth says

    Being a mom is the most amazing thing in the world…as you will soon know Layla! There is an indescribable love you have for your child that only other mamas can understand!

  120. says

    My grandma LOVED jewelry. She had this ring where you could change out the center bead with about 10 different beads. I loved to play with her jewelry and especially that ring! On my 18th birthday she gave me her wedding set as my birthday present. She died 3 months later:(. I was so very close to her and even 13 years later I cannot think of her without tears in my eyes. I miss her so much and wish so badly she could see my baby boy! <3 Happy early Mother's Day to all the mommas and grandmammas out there. Nothing is more special than being a mom!

  121. Gracie says

    Aww, my granny’s name was Billie Eloise Locket, but everyone called her Lucy Locket. Made me smile to read the name of her shop. So sweet! Her jewelry is just gorgeous.

  122. Karen T. says

    My mom passed away at the young age of 59 due to cancer. She was so full of joy even until her last moments. Everyday of her life, she wore a small gold bell on a long gold chain around her neck. (I bought that bell for her when I graduated college and could finally afford a nice gift for her.) When my mom passed away, the bell and necklace disappeared. And even though I would love to have her bell necklace with me now, every time I hear a bell ring, I know it’s my sweet mama in heaven reminding me she can still ring her bell. She is still with us, an angel watching over me and the rest of my family.

  123. Tina Catoe says

    I have some of my mom,s and grandmother’s jewelry. I should redo them. Happy Mother’s Day to all moms!

  124. J Keesee says

    Mothers love little reminders of their babies! These necklaces are lovely and could be sentimental :)

  125. Sally Gee says

    I love her jewelry!
    But, I love being a Mom even more. My Mother was the absolute best, and although she is no longer with us, I think of her every day. She instilled in me the desire to be a Mom that my son would look up to one day, as I did her.

  126. Beth Garland says

    I will be missing my Mama this Mother’s Day…but I know she is “home” with her Lord and Savior now, healed and at peace!

    P.S. My Dad’s mother was an “Evelyn” , too! I love how you cherish your family’s roots, stories and memories…I’m the same way!

  127. KJ Culver says

    My mom is gone and my daughter is gone so I buy a Mother’s Day gift for myself in memory of them.

  128. says

    Happy Mother’s Day to my amazing mom! I still call her for recipes and how-tos. She is so wise! I love her so much. Just wish I could see her more!

  129. Linda Palmer says

    Mom’s are blessed in so many ways and when you become a Grandma life is even better! It all starts with Mom and I sure miss my Mom even 25 years later. Breast Cancer took her she was only 56

  130. Sandy says

    Being a momma to 5 kids has been the best job I could ever have. There were some rocky days, but I wouldn’t have traded it for the world. I am finding it so interesting now that 2 of mine are adults, how you really get to see the fruits of your labor when you find that they are responsible, kind and loving people.

  131. Marsha says

    My mom had a great love of brooches-nothing expensive just unique & lovely like her. When she passed away we divided them among the woman in our family including my daughters. One of my daughters carries a peach daisy pin from the ’70’s in her car right where she can see it every day. I love that! And now I love wearing a brooch too. I peruse fleamarkets & rummage sales for oldie-goldies. Love your blog & am enjoying following along with your adoption story.

  132. maggie says

    Being a Mom and trying to be the best one I can be is the most important thing I’ve done in my life. Now I’m trying to be a good Nana!

  133. Alba says

    To me one of the wonderful things about being a MOM is the everyday lessons I get from my kids: specially those honest, silly and right on point answers they give us to any situation around them.

  134. Tara Carne says

    Being a mom of 3 changed me forever. It made me give up control of what I used to think was important. It made me think ouside of myself and it made my relationship with God and my husband stronger.

  135. Ruth Stinnett says

    I lost my mom to cancer when I was 10 yrs old. Was just thinking about her favorite song today – Wonderful Peace…
    Happy Mothers Day to all you mamas!!

  136. Cathy R says

    My Mama was such a special person. She lost her mama when she was 12 and had a very hard life but you would have never known it. She passed away when I was 6 weeks away from delivering my third child, her only granddaughter at that time. That was 32 years ago and both my daughter and I miss this wonderful person with an ache that can only be assuaged by the knowledge that she is waiting for us in heaven.

  137. says

    My grandma Elsie was quite the looker with her twinkly blue eyes and pink lipstick. She was always dressed so cute with matching earrings and necklace…but the thing I remember the most about her was her fabulous homemade bread! We kids loved to wake up in the morning smelling her baked bread. We new we were in for a treat every time she visited! But sadly I don’t bake homemade bread but…I love to wear jewelry just like she did! I would love to own one of Lucy’s pieces. Thanks for sponsoring a giveaway and for telling us about her!

  138. Dana Friedman says

    This is my first Mother’s Day as a mom! My husband and I tried for years to get pregnant, and our little guy took us by surprise after many failed rounds of infertility treatment. I feel so blessed to be a mom, and I can’t wait to enjoy the day with my little guy and my grandmas! My thoughts are with those that are waiting to be moms in all shapes and forms. Mother’s Day can be so special and so sad all at the same time.

  139. Julie says

    The jewelry is beautiful and unique. I love your blog and follow it faithfully. It’s so exciting to hear about your adoption plans and your new life in Christ. I’ve been thinking a lot about my mom lately. She is the one who told me about Jesus. That led to me becoming a Christian back in 1980. Thus, she was directly responsible for my birth and my new birth! We’ve always been close and stuck with each other through many trials and sorrows of life (as well as happy times). She was the mother God meant for me to have, and I’ll always be thankful for her. She’s my mother and my friend.

  140. Paige Meyer says

    So blessed to be a mom to 3…blessed to have been brought up by a God loving morn get of my own and I treasure every moment spent with them! Love Lucy’s Lockets!

  141. Sandy B says

    My mom has been gone for 11 years and I sure miss her. Glad I have a daughter-in-law and new grandson to fill some of that gap

  142. Selena Gasbarro says

    Would love to win this for my mom who wants or needs nothing but deserves it all.

  143. Emily says

    My husband gave me a strand of pearls on my first mother’s day. I will always treasure them.

  144. Becca P says

    My mom recently moved 3 hours away and I can’t believe how much I miss seeing her in person.

  145. Dianne says

    My mother lost her battle with cancer the day after her 40th birthday. I only had her for 20 years but the lessons, love, and joy she gave to me for that time have lasted a lifetime.

  146. Kathy Berry says

    I thought being a mom was the best thing ever…being a Grandma,or as I’m called, KK, is absolutely the best EVER!!!

  147. Janine says

    I have a wonderful Mom and I still cannot believe I get to be a mom to 3 wonderful boys!!

  148. Carrie says

    Happy early Mothers day! Love this jewelry! Even if I don’t win I am totally buying some!

  149. Bonnie says

    My husband and I are expecting a little girl this June so as we prepare for parenting we think a lot about our own moms. I feel so spoiled when I tell anyone about my wonderful mom, and that’s only increased since I get to brag about my wonderful mother-in-law now, too! So thankful for Moms and all they do. They are such a beautiful picture of true, selfless love! <3 Oh, and the jewelry is BEAUTIFUL!!

  150. Karen W. says

    I have most of my Momma’s jewelry. Would love one of this Lucy’s creations to go with my Lucy’s vintage treasures…

  151. Christina Lockhart says

    The section of the first necklace with the leaves made me smile. My mother has a very similar necklace that she got from her mother. Happy Mother’s Day y’all!

  152. says

    Thinking of my mom who now resides in an assisted living center/dementia unit, suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. Hope and pray that research finds an answer to this devastating illness.
    This jewelry is unique and lovely- reminds me of the women in my family who always adorned themselves in beautiful pieces.

  153. Emily says

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! I am blessed with two great moms ((step and biological!)

  154. KAM says

    Thank you Layla and Lucy for hosting the Lucy’s Locket giveaway. They are some lovely unique pieces. Someone will be blessed to get to wear them. My mom is heaven now, but this is a note she wrote and left in my Bible. HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! Enjoy….
    To My Daughter,
    Ever since I was a little girl and felt at many times my mother would have been happier with a boy, I prayed God would give me a daughter of my own to Love as I would have liked to have been Loved.
    Then God gave me you. I hope I have given that Love, so you will never doubt it. Even when I have been stern and overprotective, it was and will be because I Love you so very much and want only the best of everything in life for you. As you look to the Lord, who Loves you even more than I do, (and that is hard to realize) may He guide your every step and thought and His grace be sufficient for your every need.
    Love,
    Mother

  155. Mairi Hunter Setchell says

    This will be my first mother’s day as a Mom! IT has been one of the best most personally challenging years of my life. My son George is such a delight and I’m so grateful to be his mom.
    These necklaces are beautiful!

  156. chrissi says

    miss my mom like crazy. especially at mother’s day. totally fun mom who would take you to new york and walk the extra ten blocks to that shop you had wanted to go to so badly and then make sure we got back to the hotel in time to change and see a show and do it all again the next day. can’t wait until i see her again♥

  157. Norma says

    I think this jewelry is absolutely so beautiful. I would love to win and be able to wear and say I won this from a blog of a beautiful Mom to be. I know that you are excited about being a Mom!!! That precious little boy is going to be so lucky to have you as his Mom.

  158. says

    The most precious things in my home are those that were passed down through the generations from mother to daughter. I will most definitely continue the tradition. I love this line of jewelry made from vintage jewelry and salvage and until I’m ready to pass a few things to my daughters, a piece of jewelry from this line with a special date on it would be a great gift and a reminder that our history is important and is to be valued.

  159. Michelle H says

    Mother’s day is a special day for me this year as 3 days after I turn 40. My parents adopted me and I am forever grateful for the gift of life they gave me.

  160. Mary corbitt says

    My two daughters are the best Mom’s I know. They inspire me everyday with their patience, love and caring for their children. They spend quality time with them and are active in their activities at church, school and outside activities. If all mothers would model themselves after my daughters this world would be a much better place. Love those girls with all my heart.

  161. Shannon A says

    I love all of Lucy’s jewelry. If I win I will be giving it to one of the greatest Moms in the universe-my Mom! Mother of 8 and grandmother of 17!

  162. Laurie says

    Having my children made me appreciate my own Mother’s unconditional love. She’s been gone for 12 years now and I miss her everyday. I wish my grandchildren could’ve known her & I know she would have adored them!

  163. says

    I never dreamed of how much fun it would be to be a step-mom. My house is full of love and laughter and silliness (and occasionally stress and negative things), and I wouldn’t trade my life for anything. I know I’m not a “mom” in the strictest sense of the word, but I love my family just the same.

  164. Leslie L. says

    My son’s birthday is on Mother’s Day this year. He always says he was my first and best Mother’s Day gift—and he is right!

  165. Martha says

    I’m currently 26 weeks pregnant . . . so I’m definitely taking advantage of Mother’s Day for the first time ever!

  166. Elizabeth Green says

    As a mom whose own mother died 3 years ago, I feel like Mother’s day is bittersweet. It is a reminder to me of how blessed I was to have a terrific mom for my entire childhood and part of adulthood.
    Thanks for the great photos, beautiful!

  167. Ruth says

    Mother’s day will take on new meaning this year, my mother passed away last September… I think there are so many wonderful motherly influences to celebrate though, I am so grateful for many nurturing and loving hearts that I am surrounded by! And, the necklace with the chandy-looking crystal reminds me of my parents and before that Grandma’s living room, LOVE it!

  168. Stacy says

    I’m a mom of 5, have 2 sisters who are moms and also have a mom – we would all love Lucy’s stuff! It’s beautiful!

  169. Harmony says

    Layla- I am still praying for you to meet your precious sweet P and know that you will be celebrating your own mother’s day really soon. :)

  170. Lori says

    I never thought I would experience a true Mother’s day. I married at 32 years old (1994) to the most wonderful man. It seemed like we were destined to grow old together, just us TWO!!
    To our surprise on November 18, 2002 on our wedding anniversary the “+” showed up on the “stick”. My husband was the one to clue me in on the fact that I was “late”.
    So on July 10, 2003 at 1:23am we became the proud parents of a little girl named Reagan Morel Marcy. I was a month and a half shy of 41 years old.

    God had the last laugh!! Thank God for His humor.

  171. Koren H says

    My children and I celebrate Mother’s Day by heading to our favorite drive-in for burgers, ice cream & lots of giggles! :)

  172. Alicia says

    Wow, I gasped too, that necklace is breath-taking! I would love to gift my mom something so unique, she lost her mom this past year.

  173. says

    I am {just} 35 years old and a mother to 5 of the most wonderful children in all of the world. It it a lot of work but sooo rewarding, and I would choose no other life!

  174. LinhC says

    Some days are really difficult to be Mom to two teenage girls. But I am grateful to have those difficult days because then I really appreciate the good days!

  175. Sarah Lahrman says

    I am a mom of 3 littles and some of my most precious memories are those that happen at bedtime. Snuggling up next to my babies and saying prayers, telling stories and answering “life” questions too. My husband and I joke that it is “Deep Thoughts”, by ____________(insert child’s name here). Last week my nine-year-old commented at bedtime that I smelled like “a mom”. I asked if that was a good thing. She said “Yes, it is a good smell”. I guess having a “mom-smell” is a good ladies! Happy Mother’s Day to all! The jewelry is so pretty ~ your friend is very talented!

  176. says

    Each time we have a baby my husband gives me a special piece of jewelry. On special days like their birthdays, or a school plays and programs I wear their jewelry. It makes them so happy to see it, and hear the story of the day they came into our lives.

  177. Bev says

    So cool ! Happy Mother’s Day, to all Mothers and those awaiting to become a loving mother :)

  178. Dayna says

    I’d love to give one of these to my mom for mother’s day! She does so much to help me care for my babies while I’m at work and I’d love to be able to give her something nice and unique to show her how much I appreciate her!!

  179. Lacy says

    I love these, and lost my mom in November, I would love a necklace to represent her!

  180. Pam says

    I’m a Mom and Grandma..I have battled .many things in life…most recently a pacemaker implant..and now being totally battery operated…..add to that breaking an ankle 7 weeks ago…but my biggest reward in life has been raising two fine boys who are loving husbands now….and Id love a beautiful piece of this jewelry
    ….to wear on our 41st wedding Anniversary…thank you… Pam

  181. Kristen says

    My grandmother was so precious to me. She loved when I came to see her in the nursing home, and always called me her “baby girl”. She told me a story a long time ago that right after her and my grandfather got married, their house was broken into. The burgular got every piece of jewelry my grandmother had, except her wedding rings (even though they were sitting with all the rest of her jewelry). Those rings had always been very special to me because of that. After she passed away six years ago, she left me those rings. I put them on with such happiness and joy, and I haven’t taken them off since. Everytime I look at them I am reminded that even though she is gone, I will always be her baby girl. I hope you have a wonderful Mother’s Day. :)

  182. says

    My mom and I have spent all weekend watching my nephew while my sister gave birth to their second (a girl!!). It has been so fun!!

  183. Lorrie says

    Mother’s Day has special meaning this year as my youngest daughter graduates from college that weekend!!

  184. Pam says

    I never planned to be a mom, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world! Even better than being a daughter! You’re in for some wonderful moments and memories!

  185. says

    What lovely pieces she makes!

    I am looking forward to Mother’s Day, not just because I’ll probably get to be with my five children, but because it’s another chance to take the focus off myself (all too easy to do) and think about somebody else. In this case, my mom and my mother-in-law. I am so thankful for both of them.

    Thinking of you too, Layla…you are already a mom in many ways, but by this time next year (according to God’s will), you”ll be a diaper-changing, little-boy hugging, up-in-the-night mommy. I am so excited for you!

  186. Allison M says

    My mom and grandmother both loved big necklaces. This is the first year without my grandmother, who passed away in October. One of these would be a lovely gift for my mother!

  187. Tammy says

    29 years ago on Mother’s Day, my husband and I were sitting in church during the baby dedication program with tears streaming down our faces. We wanted a baby so badly and had recently applied for adoption. That very afternoon, we received the call that our “Life Book” had been selected!! Calling my mom right after that and telling her that she was going to be a Grandma for the first time was one of the best experiences of my life!! Two weeks later, our first son Josh was born – BEST MOTHER’S DAY AND MEMORIAL DAY (his birthday) EVER!!

  188. Kate says

    My mother and grandmother were such an inspiration to me. My grandmother was an outstanding cook and my mother was a very patient, loving parent.

  189. Judy Mapston says

    My anniversary is also June 25.. I’m the Mom of 3 grown children. I say ENJOY them while they are young because the time is precious and it goes by way too fast!!

  190. jamie says

    i love being a mom and grandma. i love the inspiration i gather in my heart from people just like you. thank YOU.

  191. sandy johnson says

    I love giving jewelry to my mom for Mother’s Day! These are so special!

  192. Lajuanna says

    My mom passed away four years ago.. She was my first friend, and my best friend. I miss her every minute of every day. She is the reason I wanted to be a mother. Layla, I see how close you are with your mom. It warms my heart and makes me smile when you post the things the two of you do together! I can’t wait for you to add Sweet P to all the fun!

  193. Denise Gebalski says

    I love being a mom. I am the proud mom of a brilliant beautiful daughter, and a equally brilliant strong Navy Corpsman. I didn’t start my family till late into my 20s thinking I was too old! Haha on me. I am so glad I waited. My wish for women and girls is that they wait until their late 20s or later. We need to figure out who we are before we devote our lives to raising our future. Happy Mothers Day to all the moms, future moms , and moms of fur babies!

  194. Cindy W says

    I love mother’s day. I have a saved voice mail on my phone from Mother’s Day 2009 from my girls that I listen to whenever I need a pick me up:)

  195. Rachel says

    Inspired by your journey to becoming a mother, Layla!

    The jewelry is beautiful! Each piece looks like it has a great story.

    Happy early Mother’s Day!

  196. Leigh Pody says

    I love being the mother to a son that that makes me laugh and smile every day! He’s my sunshine!

  197. Judy Martin says

    Mother has been gone a year and a half. Dad misses her so, and so do I. She was so creative and productive. The jewelry reminds me of her creativity. She treasured old family items. She would have appreciated these beautiful creations. I can see why they are favorites of yours.

  198. Heather HS says

    What gorgeous jewelry! My mom has a great pendant watch necklace that I associate with her – it always seemed the height of glamour when I was a kid!

  199. Heather says

    I lost my Mom suddenly to a brain aneurysm when I was 20 and she was only 40. I’m now older than she lived to be, which is kind of surreal. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of her and miss her. She shaped me in more ways than I can count. It makes me sad she didn’t get to meet her grandsons, but I know without a doubt, she’s their special guardian angel!
    I love following your adoption journey. I hope and pray for your little Sweet P to join you SOON!!

  200. Wendy B. says

    I feel so blessed to have the best mom (and dad) in the world! As an adopted daughter I’ve always felt loved and often forget that I’m adopted.

  201. LauraAnn says

    Love all the jewelry…being a mom is the best and becoming a grandmother was even better!!! Happy Mother’s Day!!!

  202. Brenda Chiaradonna says

    Missing my mom this Mothers Day. But I know she will be watching over me and my boys that day :)

  203. Cindy in Oklahoma says

    For some reason this Mother’s Day reminds me of my Grandma, who used to gather some homemade musical instruments when my brother and I went to see her and we’d have a parade!

    Happy Mother’s Day!….. if things get a little boring try blowing on a paper wrapped comb, banging a wooden spoon on a pie tin and marching around the living room!

  204. Teri Cowan says

    Have been praying for your adoption as well as for some friends from Utah who just today are picking up two baby boys from Ethiopia. For those of us who are blessed with motherhood it is a privilege to pray for y’all!

  205. Charlie says

    I’m adopted, and my Mom is my GREATEST blessing… I am amazed by her every day. Happy Mother’s Day!

  206. Stephanie says

    Such pretty pieces for the outside to honor those people who are beautiful on the inside! Love!

  207. dianne says

    I love Lucy’s beautiful jewelry. I especially love that she is using items that would have been trash and she has turned them into beautiful heirloom pieces. You can wear them with anything. Thanks for the opportunity!!!

  208. says

    I have the privilege of providing a significant portion of the care for my 90-year-old mom as she journeys through Alzheimer’s to Heaven. God has used this season to change me greatly and in good ways as well as give me a special kind of love for Mom.

    I like to win, too!
    :)

  209. Lynn says

    My daughter told us ten years ago she was pregnant. We were sad thinking about how her life would suddenly change forever, as a single mom. Never did I realize what a blessing that little boy would be to our family. The father is not involved (a good thing) so I have been very involved in our grandson’s life. I’m so proud of my daughter for the type of mother she is to our grandson – and what a witness she has been to me and to her son. God blessed us beyond words bringing our grandson into our lives!! :-)

  210. Jessica says

    WOW! Just lovely items! I am just so thankful for Mom and Grandma. They have taught me to be a lady after God’s own heart!

  211. MimiG says

    My birthday and Mother’s Day frequently fall on the same day and I love it. Double the hugs and love.

  212. NICOLE LAMB says

    Motherhood is something beyond words. It’s a love so deep and pure and unaltered throughout time. I am grateful every minute of every day for the mothers that have gone before me in this life and for my beautiful and sweet little girls that are now my whole life. There are five generations of women still gathering for Mother’s Days in our family. My great grandmother is 93 and she is the mother I someday hope to be. She is still learning, still evolving as a person. She is not perfect, that’s what I love about her. She’s human. But she loves fiercely and hurts tenderly with her children and great-great-grandchildren when they feel sorrow. She is full of life in her every breath. To mother’s everywhere, especially those that can only be mother’s in their hearts for now, I pray for you and praise you for yours is the work of saving souls one day and one smile at a time.

  213. Ann says

    I am currently 2 days overdue with my second and am so anxious for you to hear more about your little boy. I have been following along your journey and you are always in my thoughts.

  214. Sarita says

    My mother died two days before my oldest son was born. She had never met my sons,nor my grandchildren. She would be proud of them and they would love her so much. Sometimes I will say or do something and it’s just like my mom…that’s a good thing! Thank you for the chance to win gift certificate for Lucy’s jewelry.

  215. Jamee says

    I celebrate my mom everyday! She raised 6 kids on her own and always with a smile on her face!

  216. Karen says

    I never knew what I was meant to be until I became a mom! I am ALWAYS learning something about myself, my daughter, and my family every day. And yes, there are days that are SO hard. But it is the BEST thing I have ever done in my life.

  217. Kara says

    What fun jewelry! Moms are the best – not necessarily me (even though I am one) but all of you guys who put in so much hard work and sweat. It’s a HARD job but so worth it.

  218. Beth Craig says

    My oldest son is graduating from high school, so this year has been a bit emotional for me. How did time go by so quickly! (I am even getting a bit weepy even typing this.) But it has also been a year filled with gratitude to God for making me a Mom. Blessings on your journey, Layla, it goes by quickly!

  219. says

    Love Mothers Day! and as my Mom always tells me you will always worry about you kids no matter how old they are.. Would love to win.

  220. Sharon Herbitter says

    This will be my first Mother’s Day without my son around — he and his family have moved to New York for a great job opportunity. I’m proud of him and happy for their adventure — but boy will I miss him that day (I miss them every day, but it will be especially acute then).

    Your friend’s jewelry is lovely; it would be so exciting to win one of her lovely necklaces.

  221. Sandy says

    What beautiful jewelry and it makes me think of my mom who always wears beautiful necklaces and earrings, even though she is 86 and can barely walk! She is always beautiful, inside and out!

  222. Megan says

    My Mom always wears jewerly. She has a set of gold bangles that she has never taken off for years that all of us daughters want! She has amazing vintage statement necklaces before statement necklaces were a thing. I would love to pick out something beautiful for her this mother’s day!

  223. Danielle says

    These are beautiful! I love them. I’m a mom of a 3 year old and she’s giving me a run for my money right now! I mean crazy!

  224. Leigh Stevens says

    Happy Mother’s Day to my sweet Mama Jo who loved jewelry! She passed the obsession on to me. :) I miss you Mama!

  225. Claudia Phillips says

    Raising two boys (on my own) was one of the greatest joys of my life. Seeing them become men that I am so proud of is fabulously rewarding. Becoming a grandmother topped the cake! It’s the best reward for raising children. Nothing compares with parenting and grandparenting.

  226. Cristina says

    Motherhood is a journey of discovery of our true character. Each one of my four children (Elliott, Nina, Max and Norah) have thought me more about myself, life and true joy!

  227. Cathy Johnson says

    My daughter will celebrate her very first mother’s day this year as a mom to identical twin boys. Happy mother’s day to you Jen, you are an awesome mother!!!!

  228. Miriam says

    Love being a Mom and Mimi. With four boys I now have four girls and by the end of the year I will have eight beautiful grandchildren!

  229. Cathy Johnson says

    My daughter is celebrating her very first mother’s day this year as mother to identical twin boys! Happy mother’s day Jen, you are an awesome mother!

  230. Abby says

    My mama would love one of these sweet necklaces! I’m thankful to have the mom that I do…and excited to celebrate her on May 11th! :)

  231. Maria Everhart says

    I love both having a mom and being a mom. It’s the best, great, wonderful, hard, rewarding, and, at times, bittersweet, job in the world. Thank you for the chance : )

  232. says

    My last blogpost is one big tribute to moms and choosing life! I’m mom to 5 and grandma to 8. I don’t have my mom with me anymore as she died of cancer last year. But I have a mother-in-law who would just love one of those necklesses! Here’s to MOM’S!

  233. says

    I lost my mom a number of years ago in a car accident. Still miss her so much! The older I get, the more I appreciate what a gift she was to me, my siblings, and her grandchildren.I often ask myself, “What would Mom do in this situation?” My hope and prayer is to become more like her. Thanks Mom.

  234. Larena says

    My mom loves to wear jewelry and a necklace would be the perfect mother’s day gift for her!

  235. Melissa says

    My mother is a jewelry fanatic.. and I have to admit, I’m becoming one myself… I’m absolutely in LOVE with your new necklace!!!

  236. Oldita says

    I love being a Mommy to my little four year old Estella! She is is the best and most loving little girl and I am just filled with joy every single day when I see her face. Happy Mother’s day Mom’s!!

  237. Karen Rawlins says

    Being a grandmother has made for the best Mother’s Day ever!!! He is only 2 & 1/2 but is has been a fun 2 & 1/2 years!! Love the unique pieces on Lucy’s Inspired!! Karen Rawlins

  238. Chelsea says

    Can’t tell you how much I love my Mom, and am thankful to be celebrating my first Mothers day this year. Such blessings! Happy first Mothers day to YOU! Just think – this time next year…….

  239. Cynthia says

    Becoming a mother after 6 years of trying was a delightful surprise! Thirty-one years later, it still is. ❤️

  240. says

    My mother is amazing, seriously. I don’t know who I would be or where I would be without her. I moved to Hawaii last July for my husband’s job, which has really put a damper on our relationship, or at least our restaurant dates.
    This year, I wasn’t going to be able to get to see her for Mother’s Day (or my birthday 5/14). I was also really sad because my husband is on a 7 week training mission. So, my mom called and told me, “I booked a flight, see you May 8.” My mom is flying TO HAWAII from ALABAMA to spend 2.5 weeks with me so I am not so lonely. Luckily for me, that includes getting to shower her with Hawaiian love while she is here for Mother’s Day. One of these necklaces would be a GREAT present to surprise her with on Mother’s Day this year.

    Thanks for sharing!

  241. Micalla D. says

    My sister became a mom for the first time a year ago. While OUR mom was (and still is!) a superstar mom, I was able to watch my sister go from cool, carefree older sister, to the world’s most PERFECT mom for her son, Jack. He had a rough entrance into the world, but my sister is Jack’s biggest fan, supporter, encourager, and source of kisses and cuddles.

    Being an aunt is also the best thing in the world. This little boy’s determined spirit to overcome physical hardship/illness has literally been life saving to me.

    I would be honored to win a necklace! I think it would be a “traveling” necklace between my sister and me, so we can both enjoy it’s beauty – even when we live hundreds of miles apart. (Think “sisterhood of the traveling…NECKLACE!” :)

  242. Kim Hebert says

    My grandmother was very special -first person I knew that really lived her life serving others!

  243. Talitha says

    My Mom lives in The Netherlands, I live in the US. What can I say? It’s too far away! Love her.

  244. Mickey says

    I have 2 beautiful daughters, one is a mom and the other not yet, my own mom is still kicking at age 86 and I always played with my grandmother’s costume jewelry…I would love a piece of Lucy’s jewelry. Happy Mothers Day to all!!!! Mickey

  245. Julianne says

    I became a instant mom of 3 when I married my widower husband 10 years ago! It was the best package deal ever!!!!!

  246. Trisha Pull says

    What a fun giveaway! Thanks for honoring moms. It’s so precious to be one. Best and hardest job I’ve ever had.

  247. Laura says

    Being a mom to my five kids is one of the best things that ever happened to me!!!

  248. Amy N says

    My mom died unexpectedly on Mother’s Day last year. So I’m trying not to think about it. I’m busy with my daughter’s Golden birthday she turns 6 on May 6th! She’s soooo excited, therefore, I am too. She misses her grandma terribly, as I miss my mom see her grow up. So this year, I’ll call my dad and siblings and check in. But I’m just gonna take it easy that day and let my grief have a day. I do love the jewelry! It’s so vintage.

  249. Kim says

    Such pretty jewelry! My 4 year old took a good stab at this momma’s heart this morning when he asked if I could snuggle under the blanket instead of going to work…..oh how tempting it was!! I’m a substitute teacher so no days off for me until May 30 but then I’m all snuggles!

  250. Angie Miller says

    My Grandma and My mom both made jewelry in the 70’s with wire and plastic beads. At the time I thought they were silly, and “old lady like”. What I wouldn’t do to have them both here with me today watching them make those necklaces.

  251. Sandra says

    I absolutely love the pieces of jewelry you have pictured in this post, especially the orange one. It is so different and unique.
    I wanted to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day-To-Be! There is nothing like the bond between a son and his mother. So excited for you and I can’t wait for you to experience this! You are going to be such a wonderful mother. :)

  252. Janine Schuster says

    Jewelry that reminds us of, or resembles that, of woman folk before us is truly the best. Nothing feels better than a memory of precious people in our lives.

  253. Ter'e says

    As I am watching the storms heading your way…….I am hoping and praying that you kids will be held in a safety net!!!! Please be safe.
    Xoxoxoxoxoxox Ter’e

  254. Ashleigh hall says

    The most precious thing in this world are my children and I love my husband so much for giving them to me!

  255. Ellen K. says

    I’m the mother of six fabulous children. It’s the hardest but most fulfilling job I’ve ever had!

  256. Laura R says

    Nothing more special than moms….always make you feel better, no matter how old you might be :)

  257. Jennifer Mc says

    As an adoptive mom to 2 daughters from China, I will always hold my first Mother’s Day close to my heart. I honestly can not wait for your first Mother’s Day holding your sweet P close to YOUR heart!!

  258. Christine says

    I have been blessed with a wonderful mother-in-law. I don’t call her that – she’s simply Mom and has been for the last 17 years. She has changed our family tree – my boys are 5 & 7 and I look forward to welcoming their spouses as my own children someday, just as Mom has me.

  259. says

    I’ll always remember my first Mother’s Day as a mother. I had just miscarried our first baby, and I thought about the fact that I was a mother, even though I didn’t have a baby in my arms. I later went on to birth two babies, miscarry two babies, then birth three more babies. So I have three babies in Heaven and was given five babies to raise. I sincerely treasure every moment. :)

  260. Niki Blake says

    Being a mom is the absolute BEST thing in my life next to my relationship with Jesus….and my hubby. So blessed to also have the best mom on the planet. God has been so good!! Thanks for the chance!

  261. Debbie says

    Oh, I would love to share one of those beauties with my mom! Happy Mother’s Day, everyone!

  262. says

    my mom allowed me to flap my wings, never once held me back…she trusted me, had faith in me and believed in me from the very beginning…That gave me the courage i needed to be a single mother of 3 and being a one-woman-show for The Strawberry Patch…xo

  263. Shelley Wetton says

    I always dreamed of being a mom and was lucky enough to have one child (though I’d dreamed of more) :) Motherhood is the most wonderfully terrifying experience – the love, worry, fear, joy are overwhelming. It’s a joy and privilege to be a mama.

    ~love your blog!!!

  264. Shawna Taylor says

    My mom and I grew up together. We are only 16 years apart but she is my best friend. We have seen each other through so much. I love this jewlery and think its great how she repurposes stuff. If chosen I would pick a piece out that reminds me of my mother / best friend!

  265. Theresa in Nebraska says

    A very special Mother’s Day for our family this year. Our youngest daughter is expecting a little girl. We are blessed!

  266. Holly Farr says

    I didn’t think it would happen, but, finally one day I got the title of Mom, and it was the best day ever.

  267. Tamara says

    My mother had the best jewelry: Colored pearls, colorful brooches and beautiful hat pins. She is not here anymore and I can remember what her jewelry box looked like – inside and out. I imagine one of my many family members or siblings took her jewelry when she passed. I at least have my memories of her sitting on the side of the bed primping for church and bedazzling herself…how much I loved her!❤️❤️❤️I also love Lucy’s jewelry. I had the pleasure of meeting her at your chapel Market last fall. My friend purchased a chandelier prism necklace. The market was beautiful but I mostly remember how beautiful the spirits of Karri Anne – thistle wood farms and Lucy were.

  268. Suzie12 says

    It’s been so fun to see and learn about the generations of Moms in my family, even more appreciated after I became one!

  269. Terri says

    I love Lucy’s jewelry and so would my Mom! This will be my first Mother’s Day without her. I want to honor her by being as great a Mom to my 2 boys as she was to me.

  270. Sylvia says

    I can’t imagine not being a mom to my wonderful son. Mother’s Day is a very special day, indeed.

  271. Jennifer Mitchell says

    I absolutely love my mom, and feel that one of the highest callings in life is to be called a mom. I am not one yet, however, I cannot wait for the day that I hear my precious one say “mom” to me. I pray about it and dream about it often. Love all those incredible mamas!

  272. Jan says

    I lost my mother 2yrs ago on the 23rd of this month. I would to have a piece of Lucy’s jewelry to honor her.

  273. Philicia Martin says

    I look forward to wishing you a Happy Mother’s Day VERY soon! You will be an amazing Mama!

  274. says

    Hi
    I would love to give my ‘Mother this gift. We nearly lost her just over a year ago. She fell and had complications and slept for 3 months under many great doctors care in AL. She is independent now and doing well after many prayers and love.

  275. cheryl siciliano says

    Mother’s Day is bittersweet for me. My Mom is suffering from dementia and it is difficult to talk with her and realize she is slipping away. God has blessed us because my daughter is having a child in September. Things will change in the coming year, hopefully my Mom will come to share in our joy. 4 generations. I am blessed.

  276. Wenda says

    Love the jewelry and love my children and grandchild – they complete my life! I can’t wait for the day you get to meet your little guy and then bring him home!

  277. Donna Leverett says

    So proud to have raised two girls who are now awesome mommies! Also the bonus is being nana to 6 plus one on the way grand babies!

  278. Terri says

    I’m 44 and engaged to a wonderful man who has a 17 year old daughter. I don’t have children of my own so this will be my very first celebration as a new mom. #soblessed

  279. Bridget in Minnesota says

    Oh, my! I have a Grandma Evelyn, too, and she will be 101 on May Day!!!!

    She and I share a love of costume nad a-little-bit-fancier jewelry!

  280. michelle realinj says

    Well we all know that life isn’t simple. Circumstances left me to be raised by my father. He played both rolls, that of father and mother. He did the job of raising a very sensitive, artistic, and broken daughter(due to the rejection from my mother)and he did the job so so very wondrfully. Every mother’s day i send him a card just to remind him how much i love him and how much i know he tried his very best to raise me, and he was a wonderful father and mother figure.

  281. ali t says

    Best piece of advice my mom told me about being a mom is to never stop dating your husband because when the kids are out of the house, he will still be there…HA!

  282. jamie says

    There’s no greater joy than to be mom! Happy upcoming Mother’s Day to all the mothers and daughters out there!

  283. TracieB. says

    My Grandmother’s name was Evelyn too, Layla! :) I love spending Mother’s Day with my mom and now being a mom I love the little things my children make me for Mother’s Day. Very unique & beautiful jewelry…I can see why you love it so!

  284. Michelle says

    I love being a mom. It is what I was meant to be. My boys (20 and !4) are the best gift ever. I am so blessed. Happy Mother’s Day!

  285. Betsy says

    My Grandma was never without her gold charm bracelet. It had silhouettes of all 14 grandkids with our birth dates engraved on the backs. I Loved sitting on her lap and hearing it jingle.

  286. says

    My last baby (of 5) will graduate from high school in May! It is time for Mom to have a new piece of jewelry to celebrate!!!

  287. Belle says

    I lost my mom 8 years ago. Miss her so much–there are still things I need to ask her!

  288. Meada Spencer says

    I love your blog and have stalked you for some time now. Every Mother’s Day is special to me, my four children are beautiful blessings that I enjoy each and everyday. This Mother’s Day will be bittersweet. On March 12th, just 6 weeks ago, my first blessing passed away at 19 years old. I feel so very fortunate to have had her with me for 19 years, and as I struggle through this Mother’s Day I will be ever thankful for the three healthy children that will be with me and pray for all the mothers out there who have lost a child. God bless you both.

  289. Teresa says

    My dear mother passed away one week ago today. She absolutely loved jewelry and would have adored these pieces. I would love to win and pick out something in her memory!

  290. says

    If I can be 1/2 as strong as my mom, 1/2 the mother she is, 1/2 the wife she was to my dad… I’ll be the best I can be!

  291. Paula says

    I would love to win this for my daughter, who’s birthday is today. She’s the most amazing mother to my 2 beautiful grand daughters.

  292. Verna Collier says

    What beautiful jewelry. I loved being a mom, but being a grandma is the BEST ever. Love those babies!

  293. Kari says

    I love Lucy”s jewelry, so clever and unique! Mom related…I am a mom and it’s the greatest privilege I will ever have, and I was lucky enough to be blessed twice!

  294. says

    I remember playing with my Nana’s gaudy bangles, pins and necklaces as a child. I am forever searching for vintage pieces which remind me of them! I’m so sad that she “trashed” them all and I can’t share them with my daughter. I remember them being really awesome, colorful and unique. My gal would absolutely adore them, I’m sure.

  295. Jenica says

    My first Mother’s Day since my son was born. He was named after his grandpa who died a few months before his birth. Life is funny. Just when you say goodbye to someone, you look in the eyes of a new baby and realize that the other person is still with you.

  296. Jane H. says

    Love all the sweet things my two kiddos have done for me each Mother’s Day… Homemade cards and heartfelt words!

  297. says

    I recently heard a special little piece about mom’s the other day on my local radio station… it went something like this:

    A job was posted online welcoming applicants with strong communication skills, flexible schedules, experience in sewing, cooking, cleaning, driving, etc. The job description didn’t give a title to said position. Once applicants were selected for phone interviews the hiring manager asked them a series of questions such as during the Holiday season business will grow so they’ll need more hands on deck during that time, there is a good chance they won’t have any vacation, sick days… or pay for that matter.

    The applicants were baffled that someone thought a normal person would take such a job! When they asked what the job was, the hiring manager gave an astonishing percentage of people already holding this title…. mothers.

    This made me smile and of course think of my mama. I have yet to become a mother, but I hope that when I do, I’m half the mom she is to this day. Thank you mom! Loves!

  298. Dee Nevins says

    Layla I have been reading your blog for a long time. I always new you and Kevin were special and that I really liked you. You will be wonderful parents. I am a mother of two beautiful daughters and grandmother of 5 precious grandchildren. When you become a mother your life will never be the same. It will change your whole perspective on life. All for the better. I know someday your sweet one to come will rise and call you blessed! Prov. 31:28

  299. says

    My husband and I are currently trying to start our own family and by reading your blog, it reminds me how truly blessed we are. Reading your blog brings such joy and happiness not only to myself, but to everyone who reads it. Gos has truly blessed you with a gift, and I can’t thank you enough for sharing it with all of us. Thank you! XO.

  300. Cindy Jones says

    Not only was I blessed to have four wonderful children, but now they have blessed me with nine grandchildren.

  301. Janelle says

    There is no greater feeling than finding out you’re going to be a mother for the first time. You’re constantly reminded of how loved and special you are to that little person when only your kiss can heal a boo-boo or turn the bad into good just by a simple gesture like a hug or snuggle. So excited for when you get to bring Sweet P home, Layla. You’ll know exactly what I’m talking about, it’s a feeling like no other. You’ll never forget it and you’ll carry it around with you like an invisible cloak, always feeling it’s warmth. <3

  302. Ivy says

    Happy Mama’s Day, all! What gorgeous pieces with thought and intent behind them. (Just like Mama’s!!)

  303. Nikki Burke says

    Can’t wait for my first Mother’s Day! I’ve dreamed and prayed about this for years, and I finally get to celebrate by dedicating our sweet boy at church that day. <3

  304. Denise says

    My dear mother passed away many years ago. Mother’s Day still brings tender feelings as I miss her wonderful laugh and her listening ear. Would love to have a beautiful vintage necklace to remind me of her! Thank you!

  305. Ellie Parker says

    Best comment from our boys now 19 and 21. “Mom, kids these days have no manners…..thanks for making us have manners!”

  306. Colette J. says

    This will be my first Mother’s Day without my mum. I am going to think happy thoughts.

    • Kelly Simmons says

      I have a very special birthday! I was born on my Moms birthday! What a special day. My Mom always says I was her best gift ever! We usually share this day with Mothers Day, May 11th…extra special!!!!

  307. Trina Thiry says

    It has been almost two months since my mom went from living here on this earth to living with Jesus. It was bittersweet as she suffered with Alzheimer, We miss her, but know that her life is one that is now completely healed and full of awe.

  308. Dottie says

    I never cease to be amazed by the wonderful moms I have witnessed in all the phases of my life – first the examples set by my own mom, then the overwhelming magical love I felt when I became a mom myself, and now in a new generation of women who were little girls not so long ago and now have become mommas themselves. Layla, your magical time is close and it will be the best time of your life!

  309. Hillary Jane says

    I LOVE these! So lovely! Kinda reminds me of how much i loved playing dress up in my mom’s jewelry and makeup when i was little. Poor mom probably had to rearrange her closet weekly becuase of me! I love seeing my niece play dress up now. My sister is such a wonderful mother too- warms my heart to see them together.

  310. Jaime DeArman says

    How beautiful and unique! Her pieces are just wonderful. I’m excited to be celebrating my first Mother’s Day this year after we were blessed with our precious baby girl last year.

  311. Sherrer says

    I am blessed with a Christian mother and Christian mother-in-law. They are both very Godly examples for me to follow.

  312. Mary says

    Beautiful work! Would be a perfect and unique gift for my mom this Mother’s Day. I really need a special one this time around, too, as she is helping us to decorate our very own new cottage!

  313. Dori says

    I remember my mom wearing the prettiest hats on Mother’s Day and when we were little she sewed us all matching dresses. Fun memories.

  314. Brooke Park says

    This Mother’s Day I’m grateful for all the moms I know who work so tirelessly loving on their kids! And my prayers are for all those mommas still waiting on their little ones!

  315. Anissa says

    My fondest memory of my mother…she would make sweet potato pies and sell them to folks for Thanksgiving. Then take the money and on Black Friday shop-til-she-dropped for toys. Then during the holidays she would have a big Christmas party for kids in the community and giveaway all of the toys! A true angel.

  316. Liz says

    yay to all the mothers!!!! I LOVE being a mom, and feel so lucky to be inspired by my kids every day.

  317. Martha says

    My mom was in the delivery room with us when our daughter was born. As I was being moved to another room, I told my mom, “If I am half the mom you are to me, she will be just fine.” I love my mom. She is best!!!!

  318. Terri says

    Two children who are grown… with children of their own… but they always include Mama … which in turn.. always makes me smile!! I am blessed!!!!!!!!! Thanks Layla for the opportunity!!! Gorgeous pieces!!!

  319. Penny says

    My son was born on Mothers Day.

    That was the best present ever.

    I’m a rusty metal type of girl and this jewelry is so perfect. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  320. says

    I miss my mom. Hug yours while she’s here to hug! Thanks for the chance to win one of these beauties!

  321. Olivia says

    Being a mom is the most wonderful and challenging job there ever will be. I thank you mom everyday for doing such a wonderful job with me and my sisters! I thank God every day for letting me have my own 2 to raise and I know you being a mom, Layla, will be just what you and Kevin need to make your lives full (and busy, and emotional, etc. etc.). It’s been so fun seeing your journey and i can’t wait for that final “reveal”!

  322. Darcy K says

    Happy Mother’s Day to all of us Moms and Moms to be! Unique jewelry, thanks for the chance.

  323. Debra says

    I thank God that He includes us in His miracle of creation when a new life is born. It is such a blessing to be a mother and grandmother!

  324. says

    I love her things – i’ve clipped images into my notebooks for the longest —this would be an amazing fun giveaway to win. BTW – I LOVE LOVE LOVE the way the hall is coming together.

  325. Kimberly Harvey says

    If I can be half as good of a mom as my mom is, then I’ll have some lucky kids!

  326. Janet Mann says

    This will be my first Mother’s Day without my Mama. I was her caregiver for her last 3 years with Alzheimer’s disease. I still miss her.

  327. Judy Meek says

    I am the mother of an army soldier. You don’t really know what turning your child over to God means until you have to go through all of the emotions of an Army Mom. Oh, BTW, he is adopted, too!

  328. Kathy Scruggs says

    This year, for the first time in 55 years, I will not have a mom to celebrate. My mother passed away many years ago. My mother-in-law passed away in June, 2013. I never had the opportunity to be a mom. Here’s to all of you out there who still have someone to honor. Cherish them!

  329. Casandra says

    Both my mom and grandma are big on red. They tend to go towards that color for any accent piece.

  330. Amanda says

    Being a mom has given me such a greater appreciation for my own mom and all of the work that she put into raising me and my three sisters. It is the hardest, yet most rewarding, job I have ever had! :-)

  331. says

    I LOVE her stuff! I always find a piece or two that reminds me of my grandmothers as well. Always great to have those little tidbits of reminders of wonderful women in our lives!
    xo Heidi

  332. Bre B. says

    I’m currently six months pregnant with our second baby (who coincidentally we are naming Lucy!) and I could use some beautiful jewelry to make me feel a little more pretty :)

  333. Erica E says

    I love the new necklace. Isn’t it great how jewelry can tie you to a memory of a family member. My most incredible mother (still living) passed down her opal ring that was her grams to me. I love the ring but more so I love the note that she sent with the ring. I love to look at her handwriting. It reminds me of all the loving things she did for me, all the times she wrote checks for things I wanted to do even though money was tight or the notes she wrote excusing me from school after she had taken care of me while I was sick. I see her handwriting and think of coke on crushed ice to settle a sick stomach, violin lessons to help her daughter get to the next level, outfits for special occasions and a host of other things but most importantly I think of her love.

  334. Jen W. says

    My mom has been helping me plan my wedding for the last few months. As the date approaches, I realize I never respected or loved her more than I do at this stage in my life, knowing how much she’s sacrificed for me, and how much she clearly loves me and wants the best for me.

  335. Angela says

    I am so fortunate to still have my Mother this Mother’s Day, but I sure miss my grandmother. Hug ‘em while you can!
    Lovely creations!

  336. Lisa says

    Being a mom is, without a doubt, the BEST job in the world! My “babies” are now 23 and 21 and I now have a new son-in-law, which is special in itself. I can honestly say that every phase of their lives has been more fun than the one before – and I look forward to future phases!

  337. Lindsey D. says

    My mom raised me as a single mom for 15 yrs. As I’ve gotten older I realize more and more the sacrifices she had to make. She’s my hero!

    P.S. I love the necklaces! So beautiful! I hope I win :-)

  338. Kim Johnson says

    My Mom passed away in April, so this is an emotional month. Would love a piece of Lucy’s jewelry!
    Kim J

  339. Deb Peters says

    My 85 year old mother will return from wintering in Fla. tomorrow. I cant wait to see her.! Shes still beautiful and active,. My mother raised 5 of her own and 2 neices. Way back then my mother sewed our clothes , made the bread, and cooked us a warm meal morning and night. I dont know how she did it!!!!!

  340. Cindi P says

    The best thing about being a mom is watching your children become moms. I have been reading along on your adoption journey and wondered how excited your and Kevin’s moms must be too. Thanks for the chance to win.

  341. Evy Boese says

    I love the vintage jewelry. My name is really Evelyn. I am wishing every Mom and mom to be out there a Happy Mother’s day! Make sure and take time if you still have your mom here on earth how much you love her!!

  342. Sarah says

    I am a mom to two beautiful adult daughters adopted from Korea when babies. I always say, ” God always has a plan, what a blessing He planned our lives together”.

  343. Jennifer says

    I think Mother’s Day is up there with the top holiday favorites for me. It’s a day to celebrate being a mom, it’s a day to be celebrated by your kids and it’s an awesome day to celebrate our own mother’s and let them know why they are so special to us as their children and grandchildren. Here’s to an early Happy Mothers Day to you all!

  344. Amanda says

    Just had twins and now I’m a mother of 5! Would live this love gift for Mother’s Day:)

  345. says

    I met Lucy at Haven and bought a necklace. It is my favorite. I love the vintage style and how it can dress up jeans or look great for going out too! My fingers are crossed. x

  346. Raquel says

    I still remember being pregnant and almost suddenly one day having this strange new appreciation for my own mother and all she did as a mom to me. It felt as if I were seeing her in an entirely new way–and I could sense the love she had as a mother because I felt it too in that moment. I think that’s what a revelation is.

  347. Mary says

    My mom took great delight in teaching me to look for and love God’s handiwork in all things. Such cool jewelry!

  348. Shannon Fox says

    My grandma was my most favorite person in the world. She wasn’t a huge jewelry person, but she did have three key pieces that she wore every day, and when I see anything similar, I think of her. My favorite was a somewhat large rectangular cut citrine ring. It was (and is) sooo HER in my mind. I always smile when I see one.

  349. Rebekah Lynch says

    Missing my mom everyday, and I try to wear something of hers every time I go out. Love Lucy’s jewelry.

  350. Marie says

    I want to celebrate my daughter this Mother’s Day. She is a true example of living a selfless life. My daughter is a single mommy of three beautiful children, two on the Autism Spectrum. She works tirelessly, volunteering and fundraising, to support Autism awareness.
    I am so proud of the strong and giving woman she is. Happy Mother’s Day to my beautiful daughter.

  351. Cherie Phillips says

    I love being a mom. I never thought I wanted to be a mother but I know that God designed me to be a stay at home mother. I am thankful for my mom and her legacy that she has left. I miss her every Mother’s Day. So thankful that she met all three of my children and told me that she was proud of the mother that I had become.

  352. Brandi N says

    My Grandma loved jewelry and the bigger the better. She didn’t go anywhere with out a necklace and clip earrings. She was even wearing her rosary beads and earrings when she went to meet Jesus (at 98 yrs old). And that makes me smile!

    Brandi N

  353. Meredith says

    looking forward to spending the day with my mom and my daughter (and hopefully ice cream!)

  354. Shirley D says

    My Mom has been w/ Jesus for 12 1/2 yrs now but I still miss her. She was an incredible example of a humble spirit & living w/ conviction. I wish I could talk w/ her often lately. I think she was a saint.

  355. says

    Being a mom is such an amazing experience that God blesses us with. I can’t wait for you two to get to share in this awesome blessing. Everyday if full little things where you see God.

    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

  356. Jane Tlougan says

    1st.Mothers Day without my mom and my HERO! But even more than that MY BEST FRIEND !!
    My mom has been ill most of her life with one thing or another.These past 3 years have been her biggest battle with mouth cancer.She never smoked or drank,it was a rare side effect from a medicine for RA. that destroyed her immune system.

    My mother was 4’8″ tall and weighed 67 pounds.But she was the strongest woman I have ever known.In the last weeks of her life at one point we were all called to the hospital ,the DR. was going to give her enough medicine to put her in a coma state.

    We all said our goodbyes,hugs kisses and when the Dr. started the medicine,mom was holding my hand and my sister-in-laws and asked “Why is it so hard to die?” A little bit later she started to cry and say she was afraid.To hear those words from her broke all our hearts.She has been living in pain everyday,but always positive.

    It broke my son and my nephew in half,both of their statement said in eyes full of tears “When the bravest woman I have ever known,my grandma,is afraid that is more than I can take:”
    They had to leave.

    My mother hung on for almost 4 weeks more,her will to live was incredible.Her wishes were to make it through Christmas and have everyone home.Her 4 kids,grandchildren,great grand children.

    Her biggest wish was to see her last great grandchild born.Again she did! At the hospital,she held her new grandson in her arms,even though she was so week and her eyes were clouded over from the drugs.Her smile could not have been any bigger.Grant was 4 days old. Talk about the circle of LIFE !

    My Mother past away on February 2nd.Remember everyday to tell YOUR MOTHER HOW MUCH YOU LOVE HER !!!!!

    They are Our Blessing here on Earth.

    SO! Mom I miss you more than words can say.But I know You are in Heaven Dancing with your Soul Mate and Best friend ! Our Father.

    I LOVE YOU !! THANK YOU FOR BEING MY MOM and MY BEST FRIEND AND HERO!!!

    Jane…I apologize for the length…..

  357. Ann Mullins says

    My mom is 79 years old and I treasure each day i get with her! She is the VERY best example I could have for how to be a beautiful mother!

  358. Clare says

    Thankful for all the spiritual moms out there in addition to the bio and adoptive moms!

  359. says

    Oh my gosh! The necklaces are BEAUTIFUL. This is so unique and amazing. I’m in love!!! As for my mom comment, I have to say, being a mother of 3 little ones, has been challenging to say the least, but at the same time, NOTHING compares to the feeling of PURE LOVE and JOY, that a child can bring into ones’ life. I feel so blessed. I barely found your blog a couple of weeks ago, but have read a good bit of it because you are A-MAZ-ING. I hope so badly that you will get your little boy soon Layla. I think you are incredible and are so inspiring with your positive attitude and love of Christ. You are a beautiful person. xo Amber

  360. Barbara says

    I’m visiting at my mom’s this week. I drove 830 miles by myself to visit. We made new cornice boards for her kitchen today and they look great. Right now she’s on her computer looking at FB and I’m looking at blogs. Soon we’ll be heading for bed to store up energy for a shopping outing tomorrow! :)

  361. susan says

    Beautiful pieces! My mom, grand moms and mother-in-law have certainly been jewels in my life.

  362. Susan says

    Every year that passes I have more and more respect and admiration for my mother. Rock on!

  363. Kristine Kelley says

    I never appreciated my mother properly until I became one myself. Now I just hope to live up to her shining example!

  364. Katie Saba says

    I only have one mom, but I have so many women who step up and play mom when I need it!

  365. Terri says

    Being a mom was the only career I ever wanted! I absolutely loved every aspect of it, from flowers handed to me with the roots still attached, to kissing boo boos, answering all the whys and what ifs, priceless artwork, sweet conversations and most importantly teaching them about Jesus. Now they are married and we have 8 precious little grandchildren, And there is nothing like GRANDchildren! I didn’t think life could be any sweeter but there is nothing like seeing my own children become mommies and daddies and passing on the legacy of a loving Christ centered home.

  366. Jenn says

    I’m not a mom yet, but I appreciate the example my mom has been. She worked, but was still able to be around for us. I’ve been having a hard time making that choice between working or being a mom, but she has shown me I can do both.

  367. Julie Stevenson says

    My mom died the day May 11, 1985. It happened to be the day before Mother’s Day that year. I still miss her and wish that she could have lived long enough to meet her one and only grandson. She would have been so happy. This Mother’s Day will be my first Mother’s Day without my son. He has moved out (finally!!) but I definitely feel like a sad mom even though I know this is what the goal was! Those years fly so fast!

  368. catherine says

    For the past 4 years, I’ve been without a necklace due to little hands always grabbing them. I think it’s about time I start wearing them again :)

  369. Joanna. S. says

    Finding the joy in mothering is sometimes hard. It’s when I wear personalized necklaces with meaning to them that remind me where my joy is found as I hear the necklace jingling as I move throughout my day.

  370. Shirley Thomas says

    Love Mother’s Day because we get to have my daughter, me and my mom together. Also my sister and her kids as well. Love time with family. We have a wonderful lunch and time together with our families and the grandkids.

  371. carrie fisher-hinkle says

    There’s nothing as special as a Mother’s love! I hope all Moms get to have a hot meal while sitting down on this Mother’s Day! ;-)

  372. Pamela Welch says

    There is nothing more satisfying than being a Mother and Grandmother. I love Lucy’s jewelry! She is one of the most talented young ladies ever, destined to go far!

  373. Kathryn says

    My kids make me the center of their attention on Mother’s Day, and I absolutely eat it up! There’s something about receiving their collective love that makes my heart overflow.

  374. Michelle Owens says

    Hi Layla! I’ve never left a comment before but I found your blog about a year ago and I just love it! I am mom to one sweet little lady who just turned 12 years old this week and she is the absolutely the highlight of my life!

  375. RebeccaLL says

    Happy Mother’s Day to my Mom! You are a rock to me and an amazing example of being a Godly mother and wife! Love you!