My friends, I'm about to share something with you, that will rock your world!!!!

Looking to shake up your wardrobe with out breaking the bank? Keep reading and I'll fill you in!! I promise, it's good!! There's something in it for you too!!! :)

I am an accessories junkie. It's very rare that I don't have a necklace around my neck, or two and a simple bangle to dress up my casual, Mom-on-the-go uniform of shorts or skinny jeans and my simple Gap tee. I've got my favorite accessories that I wear often, but I like to switch things up...which is why Rocksbox is amazing!!! Every gal who likes to accessorize but hates the hefty price tags that follow, will love Rocksbox!

Rocksbox, is a designer jewelry subscription other words, pretty little packages delivered to your door with a selection of high-end jewelry {I'm talking Kendra Scott , Gorjana, Perry Street and more} curated by a stylist, just for you each month! YES!!!! No more shopping with the kiddos pulling at your legs while you try to decide what will work for that upcoming date night!!

With Rocksbox, you can refresh your looks with new pieces each month, for a flat $19! That's less then the cost of one designer piece, you might only wear a few times!!! You can try new and trendy styles and then switch them up when you want something new! Fall in love with a necklace and can't bear to send it back, no problem! You can purchase the piece with a major discount and it's yours to keep! Loving it, right??

So, you want to see what came in my first, Rocksbox this month??

This Rayne Necklace by Kendra Scott has to be my favorite! 
I've been wearing this Gorjana necklace, everyday!

Three, gorgeous pieces arrived on my doorstep, wrapped in this cute little box and pink ribbon! I was gushing just looking at the presentation! I love a good, present-ation! (wink!) My first set came with: 
  • A Kendra Scott, Rayne Necklace (Currently at Nordstrom for $80)
  • A Gorjana Taner Bar Necklace (retails for $50)
  • A pair of Tessa Drops by Margaret Elizabeth (retails for $189

Once I unwrapped this adorable package, I was pleasantly surprised to find my stylist had selected some pieces from my wish list {which you'll make, once you join} and the third piece, gorgeous earrings I can't wait to wear for my upcoming birthday!! 

Now, here is the exciting part for you!! I've partnered with Rocksbox, to share this awesome service with you, my Prose & Company readers.... you get a FREE month to try this out for yourself!  

Use the code : ProseandCoxoxo at check out and viola, a FREE month to try a new trend you've been seeing or just plan for a special event coming up! There's no obligation if it's not for you, so why not give it a try? 

You will love it though & I'd love to see your pictures when your little Rocksbox arrives! :) I'll be sharing more pictures from my Rocksbox on Instagram, so be sure to follow along! 

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Oympic Fever

We've got Olympic Fever over here!! I've always loved the Olympics. Maybe it's because, I still remember my 10 year old self, wishing to be Kerri Strug from the '96 Olympics! I still get excited to watch the US Women's Gymnastics show their skills at each Olympics! To attend the Olympic Games, is something on my bucket list! Who knows, maybe one day I'll be there cheering on one of my boys in a sport of their own! :)  

Jack, is really excited about the Olympics this year & of course, we share that in common! So, when he asked us to DVR the games for him to watch during the day, we were all about it!!! 

In honor of the Olympic Games and wrapping up our Summer Break, I wanted to do some fun crafts with the boys! It was messy, but oh so fun!! Check out the fun afternoon we had making our very own medals and our own Olympic flags! 

Olympic Medals-

To make your own medals, you'll need the following:
Blue, Black, Red, Yellow and Green paint {I like using a washable tempera paint, find a similar one here}
Yellow or Gold card stock
Paint brush
Patriotic ribbon

Jack is concentrating hard on making his rings on the medal! He was really into this project!! 

After waiting for the paint to dry, {and a snack break} we were able to put our medal together. We glued the card stock to the ribbon so it would hang nicely on his chest. BAM! We just won GOLD! :)

Olympic Flag 

To make the Olympic flag, we used the tempera paint and white card stock. We used hand prints as our rings on the flag! This was a tad bit messy with a curious toddler, but fun none the less! 

 Max giggled each time I painted his hand for the next color! I only wish I could have grabbed video! I used the timer on the camera to catch this shot! :)

And this is where things got a little messy! A quick run to the sink to clean up before I had a 2 year old paint a mural on my kitchen walls! LOL!

We had a blast making these Olympic crafts and I hope you will too! We are rooting for Team USA and hope for more GOLD medals this week!

The Great Outdoors with Family

Woah... Is it just me, or did the Summer fly by? There's one last weekend before school begins for us, and if you're looking for a quick little getaway with the family, hope on over to The Mommy Spot Tampa to check out my latest post!

I'm sharing some of our favorite spots to visit for some good 'ole fun, in The Great Outdoors with Family!

Hope it's been a wonderful Summer! For me, bittersweet as we get ready for Kindergarten over here, but more on that later!! XO!