Etched Reflections from Stamp the Moment


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Last year, my dad was diagnosed with cancer and 63 days later, he passed away.  I was heartbroken and absolutely devastated.  He was so young – only 57 years old.  I miss him.  Every single day I miss him.  I have memories, I have photographs but it wasn’t enough.  Then I found Stamp the Moment’s Etched Reflections.

My birthday fell before my dad passed and he sent me a card, it’s the very last thing I have from his written hand and it’s something I absolutely cherish.  Etched Reflections is a new custom laser-etched line of stainless steel jewelry in which you upload custom images, handwritten initials or signatures, doodles and even footprints.  The sky is the limit!  I knew just the thing I wanted etched on a necklace, the last two words he wrote on the birthday card he had mailed to me.

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Isn’t it amazing?  Right there, it’s his handwriting.  Just looking at it brings tears to my eyes.  It was such an emotional process creating the necklace, but so easy. Easy at 1, 2, 3!

Etched Reflections Steps
I simply snapped a photo of the card and uploaded it to the pendant of my choice.  There were several pendants to choose from and all are $59.99.  I selected the oval pendant as it had a scalloped edging.  Simple and sophisticated.  Once I uploaded my image, I had the option to resize, rotate, invert or make the pendant double sided (this last option has a fee).  Once that was done, I selected my chain option – free options are the 18” stainless steel ball chain and the stainless steel keyring.  Other options are available for different prices.  I selected the 20” stainless steel cable chain for $7.00.

Etched Reflections
And that’s it!  When it arrived, I couldn’t have been happier and I’ve worn it every day since.  It’s like I have a part of my dad that I carry with me.  He was greatly loved and is forever missed.

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Prize: One (1) Eighty MPH Mom reader will win a code for their own Etched Reflections pendant from Stamp the Moment.  It’s a $59.99 value, but any extras or upgrades are the responsibility of the winner.  ARV: $59.99 Ends 11.28.16

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About Author

Sky is the mother of two children, ages 16 and 9, and she resides in Nebraska. In addition to being a contributor at Eighty MPH Mom, she has plenty of blogging experience, as the owner and author of Seeryus Mama for over seven years.


  1. I’d like to create a piece of jewelry for myself to create a memento of my mother who passed away a few months ago. Thanks.

  2. elizabeth miller on

    I have to say that I am very torn as to whether I would make one for myself in memory of my daughter who only lived 1 day or if I would have one made for my mother in memory of my grandmother who passed last year and my mom has had a really hard time over.

  3. Julie Lundstrom on

    I would love to create a piece of jewelry for my daughter. She just got married and I would like to make her something for that.

  4. I would like to create one for my daughter! She would really like it and wear it all the time. She is very sentimental.

  5. i would love to make something for my mom! she is always doing something for me or my kids! she would be thrilled to have something like this!

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