I don’t know about you, but I find that gift giving gets tougher year after year. I’m constantly on the hunt for ideas to out-do what was gifted the previous year. I’ve always loved the idea of an engraved gift, but as sentimental as that may be, sometimes the item being engraved isn’t quite useful/functional.
Remember in a prior post when I introduced to you wood watches by Jord? Well, do I have news for you. Recently, Jord launched wood engraving either on the side of the wood presentation box that the watch comes in ($45) or on the back plate of certain watches ($35-note character limitations). So now you have a gift that is functional and sentimental! I call that a win-win situation right there.
With this awesome gift idea, I decided it was perfect for one of my oldest friends, Beth. If you ask any of our friends, they will all agree with me when I say that she is one of the kindest, most caring and patient humans I know. A little over a year ago, Beth welcomed her little boy Jack to the world. Since that day, she only has eyes for this bundle of joy and given her all to her perfect little family. Pre-Jack, it was rare that Beth would splurge on herself, and now, forget it! Because she is an amazing friend and a wonderful mom, I wanted to give her a thoughtful gift – splurge for her. To make the gift extra special, I took advantage of Jord’s watch engraving services and had Jack’s name and birth date imprinted on the back of the watch. And if you are wondering, she loved the gift and mentioned that she needed a new watch #PerfectTiming.
Oh, if you are planning on gifting a wood watch (w/ or w/o engraving), follow this link and enter your email address for a $25 gift code: https://www.woodwatches.com/gi/5564
I selected the Frankie 35 in sandalwood & slate for Beth because of its simple and sleek look. The rose gold details are perfection.
Engraving is available for the Frankie 35, with a 15 character limit and the choice of script or block engraving. Note that engraving can extend your delivery time up to 7 business days.
(While this post was sponsored by and watch was c/o Jord, opinions are my own.)