Keepsake Capsule Review & Giveaway!

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I love anything that helps me look back and remember cherished moments in life… like a child losing her first tooth, or getting his first haircut, or a special family vacation.

That’s why I am so happy I can introduce you to Keepsake Capsules today, and offer you the chance to win one for yourself!

Keepsake Capsules are plastic keychain vials that can hold a small object (such as a tooth, hair clipping, etc.) and a picture. They are 100% made, printed, and packaged here in the USA – in my home state of North Carolina, actually!

You can use them to commemorate any special event in your life, or in the life of a loved one. I think they would make a perfect gift for anyone with young children since it is such a challenge to preserve memories of milestones in childhood.

I am saving mine for when my daughter loses her first tooth… she will turn five in a few months so it is bound to happen in the next year or so!

There are even helpful instructions available to assist with sizing and printing your photo to fit in the capsule. 

Keepsake Capsules are $9.95 each and come in three different colors. For a limited time shipping is free with any order!

You can enter to win a Keepsake Capsule to keep or give as a gift in the Rafflecopter giveaway below. If you are already following, just click “Enter” to get your free entries! Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. age 18+ only. Thanks and good luck!

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6 Responses to Keepsake Capsule Review & Giveaway!

  1. Ashley says:

    This is so cute! I love the idea of saving the first tooth. A great memory to look back on.

  2. Liz says:

    Oh this is cool! I can definitely see how this would be a fun way to preserve something from and/or for your kids.

  3. Nekeyeta Newkirk says:

    This is a super cute idea and great for parents. I am not a parent yet but I can totally see this in rotation.

  4. Leah says:

    I think lots of people use them to preserve memories of pets, Nikki. I’m sorry you lost your friend, I’m sure you miss him still.

  5. Nikki says:

    You know, I wouldn’t mind having one for my dog. He passed away last year and it was very difficult for me. I’ve been thinking about ways I could memorialize him and this seems like a great idea.

  6. Mary LEigh says:

    Such a cool thing! I bet kids really like them, and adults, too! I remember having so many key chains when I was younger and one that is so personal would be really awesome!

    I love your idea of preserving things from childhood milestones – I can even think of using it to save those first locks of hair from a first haircut!

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