Twitter Name Necklace

I don’t usually blog about fashion as I stick to what I know, being a gluten free vegan with now raw tendencies, but I had to blog about my name necklace. I have never been able to get anything with my name on it, not in north america anyway, and I’ve spent hours of my life looking through those turn displays with children’s names on pens, cups, you name it only to be disappointed. Not even Lidia with a y. Apparently the name Abigail is popular but not Lidia? Bah.

I decided to do something about it. I found a site called Mynamenecklace.com and picked the yes, they call it what you’d imagine it to be – the Carrie “Sex and the City” style. It’s made of Acrylic and that is perfect for my skin type. I find I always have a reaction to any type of metal.

I picked my twitter handle @lidialf. Here are the instructions when you order if you’re curious:

Name Necklace Instructions
One name or word per pendant.
One capital letter per pendant.
We recommend limiting the name/word up to 9 letters/characters.
The chain length mentioned at our website does not include the pendant.
The length of the pendant varies according to the chosen name.
The average pendant size is:
2-3″ / 5-7.6 cm.

There are 9 different colours:

Image from Mynamenecklace.com

I chose green, which at first I was worried was going to be this neon green, but it actually turned out dark green, which is fantastic because this is the colour I preferred.

Here’s my custom necklace:

I am so pleased with this necklace and I don’t care how cheesy it is, I love social media and I might as well enjoy it.

 

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5 Responses to Twitter Name Necklace

  1. Cute necklace! I know your struggle. As a kid, I’d always look for my name on pencils, stickers, and little bike license plates with no luck. Meanwhile, all my friends named Amy, Michelle, Heather, and Ashley could buy them by the handfuls.

    • aireater

      Hey Cadry – high five! I am glad I am not the only one. It’s amazing how such a small thing upset me as a child. I realize that my name is perhaps old fashioned, but it’s not that uncommon. Ah well. Enjoy our unique-ness!

  2. I think it’s a cute idea. :) Definitely one-of-a-kind!

  3. I can’t say enough how much I love this necklace. I am tempted to get one myself but my twitter name isn’t as cool as yours so I would end up getting just my name.

    I want to get the two finger ring off that website with my name. It’s super cute! :)

    • aireater

      My twitter name is just my name, not really ‘that’ exciting, I suppose I could have picked something cute, but I’m a geek at heart. What’s your twitter handle?

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