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Nurse bling: 5 handmade items for LPNs!


While most of the items we round up in our Nurse Bling stories can be customized for any type of nurse, we wanted to give a special shout-out to our LPNs this week by finding five items just for you! All five of our favorite finds are handmade and sold online, so you can feel good about putting your hard-earned cash right into the pockets of the artists designing and making them.

Call out your profession in style with one of these handmade badge reels! (JK Bowtique, $6)

There are a few options for charm LPN necklaces, but we really love this one! It features a 5/8″ sterling silver disc, hand-stamped, and a solid LPN charm in sterling silver. The discs are paired with a Swarovski crystal birthstone or Swarovski pearl, your choice. It hangs beautifully from your choice of 16″ or 18″ sterling silver ball or cable chain. (Shiny Metals, $41)

This personalized tote includes a design and your name with your choice of thread color. The bag is made out of 600 denier polyester and features a zippered opening, large front pocket, adjustable web handles, pen holder loops and two side water bottle holders. Dimensions: 14.875″h x 12.75″w x 5.125″d. (Cre8ive Gifts, $25)

These cute LPN wine charms are made of silver plated loops and high quality flattened chrome bottlecap charms. The five charms are approx. 1 inch long each. (Charm Me Leigh, $12.50)

This classic brooch would look perfect on your nursing tote bag! Made in the late 1990s by the Jonette Jewelry Company. (Doll Her Up, $10) Psst! Doll Her Up is offering Scrubs readers 15% off of any purchase in the shop! Just enter the code SCRUBSMAG on the purchase page. Code expires December 31, 2013.

LPNs, which item is your favorite? Do you have an LPN item that you love? Tell us about it in the comments!

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