Garland-Of-Roses Launches New Web Site To Offer Crystal "Wrap Style" Bracelets For Less

North Haven, CT (PressExposure) November 20, 2008 -- Garland-of-Roses creates stunning, handcrafted, wrap style bracelets, using only Swarovski crystal products. Our pricing model makes our product very affordable, so that everyone can enjoy their beauty and purpose. Log onto the new website, [], and browse this site for your favorite styles and colors.

Looking for a special gift? A rosary bracelet from Garland-of-Roses is a perfect gift. These bracelets are made using Swarovski crystals, which are known for being the world’s finest crystals. These bracelets not only make wonderful gifts but will be cherished keepsakes in years to come: a keepsake of First Holy Communion or Confirmation. Give a bracelet to that special teacher to say “Thank you,” to a bride-to-be or create a Mother’s Bracelet using her children’s birthstones. The wrap style bracelet is the perfect gift for anyone especially since one size fits all and there are no clasps to struggle with.

Designer Suzanne Hamling came up with the idea of Garland-of-Roses three years ago. Her inspiration came from a rosary bracelet that she received as a gift. This gift, along with her own love for Our Lord and the Blessed Mother and her devotion to the Rosary, inspired her to share them with others. Her hope is that these beautiful bracelets, inspired by images of Our Lady and the beauty all around us, will bring others’ closer to their faith through prayer. The rosary bracelet is a wonderful way to share and witness to the faith. There is much power in prayer.

About Garland of Roses

Garland of Roses is a small family business located in Connecticut. We offer a number of handcrafted wrap style rosary bracelets through our website and several retail locations around the country. We hope that our work will inspire you to pray!

For additional information, custom creations and weekly specials go to: [] or email them at

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Press Release Submitted On: November 19, 2008 at 12:41 pm
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