Giveaway: Inspiration Packed BITS OF LOVE BOOB Ring

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We kicked-off Breast Cancer Awareness month by telling you about BITS OF LOVE jewelry’s new BOOB ring, a cheeky, but powerful design created to be a BOLD show of LOVE and HOPE for women everywhere. Now we’re closing out the month by giving one of these inspiration packed rings away.

Handcrafted in sterling silver and set with two genuine pink rubellite tourmaline “O’s”, Cheryl Laughlin, the founder and head designer of BITS OF LOVE, developed the BOOB ring with one very special woman as her muse… her grandmother Genevieve, who fought breast cancer for five years, after being diagnosed at age 69. The pair always shared a deep appreciation for the power of humor to get you through the down days.

“I dedicate this ring to all the wonderfully strong women, like my grandmother, who’ve fought breast cancer and keep us inspired every day.” – Cheryl LaughlinWe like to think of this ring as an edgy and much cooler version of that red string tied on your finger to remind you to do something really important. In this case, to feel your BOOBies so you know what is normal for your breasts, making you better equipped to notice if any changes occur.

But the BOOB ring is also so many other things: a tiny kick of inspiration for women battling breast cancer, a linguistic badge of courage for women who have survived the disease, and a wearable homage to those who fought really hard trying.

Throughout October, BITS OF LOVE has been donating 15% of the sale of all BOOB rings to The Feel Your Boobies® Foundation, a non-profit breast cancer organization that targets women under 40 (pre-mammogram age) about breast awareness, via the hands-on act of doing self-breast exams, a.k.a. “feeling your boobies”.

Enter To Win… Right Here, Right Now!

There is ONLY one way to enter to win this BITS OF LOVE BOOB ring... just leave a comment on this post below.

Ring size: 7 (only)
Retail value: $150.00

One entry per person. Giveaway entries must be posted in the comments section below by Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 11:00 pm (EST). One winner will be selected at random.

If selected winner does not claim prize within 30 days of being notified, a new winner will be selected.


  • Dorn

    I’d like to be the winner of that ring.

  • Kim

    My mother-in-law is a breast cancer survivor — would love to give this to her for Christmas!!

  • IsisWisdom

    Thank you for using humor to empower, reframe, remind and re-inspire! Hate doing self-exams but this helps to honor the body in the process. Bravo!

  • Heather Williams

    I love the use of the ring to bring awareness to the cause in a fun & fabulous way! The whole line of Bits of Love is inspiring!

  • Jess Tholmer

    I absolutely love the way this post is written, and the cool new way to remember something! Who actually uses the string? That just makes me want to forget on purpose.

    I <3 your inspiration!

  • Samir

    Who’s gonna say no to a chance to win boobs?!

  • Anna Wolak

    Really??? Only 6 comments for a chance at winning such a fabulous ring? This ring and this cause should not be a secret! It’s way too important to keep quiet.

    • WomenYSK

      Anna – LOVE your enthusiasm & we could not agree more! The post just went up today, so you got the jump on it. – The WYSK Team

      • Anna Wolak

        Good to hear it’s still early in the contest. I’m doing what I can to get the word out.

  • yebbasue

    Sooooooooooo Inspiring and cute too!

  • carol85

    very pretty and a great inspiration!

  • Tracy Dobransky

    This would be fabulous to wear to work in The Cancer Center, I would be the envy of all the girls!!

  • kidjock

    Truly a wonderful cause. Also great seeing the NFL being such a great partner!

  • Kathy

    Love the Pink and what it stands for……

  • Judith

    My own boobs are smaller than the ring and not as pretty to look at.

  • gargouille

    This is one way for me to get me some and by far the cheapest.

  • Cris Pigg

    I’m a 6 year survivor and I would wear this proudly!

  • gare e

    My friends daughter is a survivor,

  • Marilyn Susan Stephens

    I am a breast cancer survivor. Thanks.

  • sara

    Brilliant idea for a ring!

  • Amy F.

    BITS OF LOVE jewelry is amazing and I need a BOOB ring! My cousin is going through chemo after a masectomy so I’d love to send it to her.

  • AJ

    I’d love to give my sister, a breast cancer survivor, this ring. I’m in!

  • Jody Gregory

    My step mother past away this past January from stage 4 breast cancer. What a way to honor her and the valuable lessons she taught all her children by wearing this ring.

  • Susan Bladen White

    I am a six year survived! Yeah Me!, the ring is a hoot!


    How can I or anyone resist the opportunity to win a boob ring? Count me in!!

  • Liz Donley

    what an ingenious way to get the message out there!

  • Starr Frazier

    Here’s to all our S/hero(s) who fought/are fighting and won/are winning this battle <3

  • Kelli King-Tanghe

    I admire Bits of Love and Cheryl Laughlin for her creation of the Boob ring! Great way to honor survivors and women still fighting Breast Cancer.

  • erika

    grandma passed away 4om cancer (love U welita)

  • nlquinton

    Save a life squish a boob!

  • JoAnn Wagner

    Lets all help in the fight to win.

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  • Amber

    I’d wear this every day to work at my bank 🙂

  • Amy McReynolds

    Well goodness, I would certainly wear a boob ring all the time! Great opportunity to remind people to get checked and make appointments.

  • Becca

    This is such a great ring! I hope I win!

  • Maren

    Boobs and a ring. Love it, want it! 😀

  • Yuko

    I love to feel my boobs and with this ring I can do it ALL the time!

  • Christina Wolfle

    Yay 4 Boobies <3 <3 <3

  • Ali

    B <3 <3 B

  • Margaret

    I need this!

  • Margie

    Nice ring I would donate it to my local cancer society if I win they have a lot of

  • Carl

    My wife is a survior and I appreciate the effort.

  • Benet Younger Ayers

    What a great ring!

  • Samantha

    Female sexual objectification is not going to cure cancer or make people more aware or breast cancer. This ring is ridiculous, and I’m sorry that the sexualization of a body part, of a disease, this shallow aspect of our society, has become the status quo. It is rather embarrassing.

  • Kathryn Finn

    I’d like this to go to a survivor of breast cancer. If I won, that’s who I’d give it to.

  • AutumnZ

    This is a wonderful concept. My aunt survived breast cancer.

  • Casey Moore

    I’d love to have a spare set of boobs!