Sometimes awesome things happen on this blog. For example, I'm giving away an iPad Mini. And now, just in time for some lovin' for Valentine's Day, I'm giving away some wicked cute bracelet from the new cult of cool that is Cruciani.

If you have been living under a rock and have no idea what Cruciani is, I promise I won't judge you [okay, maybe a little].

Here's the PR schpeel:

Created in 1992 by Luca Caprai, Cruciani carries the highest possible levels of craftsmanship and quality. Different and distinctive, the label evokes an art de vivre, a cosmopolitan attitude and an elegance in which rules are creatively relaxed. Created for the young, casual and sophisticated, it is timeless wear with truly inspired design.

Cruciani's cashmere bracelets, created by Arnaldo Caprai’s lace company, encapsulate Italy's values of sophisticated aesthetics and high craftsmanship. Absolutely coveted, their high quality makes them easily distinguishable from increasingly frequent imitations. Each bracelet is sold with a Cruciani guarantee certificate, which also carries a thoughtful message of good wishes.

The non-PR schpeel? They're pretty bracelets you can covet and buy and layer to create some major arm candy. I love them. I always have several things on no matter where I go - one of my watches, a thin, gold ring with the tiniest diamond that was a birthday present, a vintage ring with a ruby from my Mum, and now, I've taken to wearing Cruciani bracelets with my usuals, and they add a pop of colour on my otherwise strictly-metallic hand-and-wrist area.

The Blonde Salad is a fan, and so are all these people on Instagram!

To get you started on your Cruciani collection, the good people at Cruciani Singapore have sponsored five red Heart macramé lace bracelets to thedramadiaries readers.

All you have to do is 'Like'  Cruciani Singapore's Facebook Page and leave a comment with your email address here by 13 Feb, 2359hrs.

All comments will be screened and winners will be contacted on 14 Feb. All bracelets will be sent to winners by normal mail. Registered postage is available at an additional fee.