Sunday, June 30, 2013

Origami Owl Review and Giveaway! Win a $30 Origami Owl GC!


Disclosure: I received Origami Owl product(s) and information to facilitate and host this review by Jacqueline Woods Independent Designer. I received no other compensation for this post and was under no obligation to post a positive review. The opinions contained within, are my own and reflect my experience with the product(s). Your own may be different. 

Once upon a time, not so very long ago (last month) I was given the opportunity to partner with two wonderful ladies, an Origami Owl Independent Designer Mother/Daughter team and was able to work with them on a review+giveaway.

Although Origami Owl has made quite a splash with their entry into the world of Jewelry some of you may be wondering what Origami Owl is. To sum it up Origami Owl is by far one of the most unique and creative Jewelry companies on the market today; their lockets are 100% custom created..by YOU, right down to the so, so cute charms nestled within the locket face.

Origami Owl was founded by, then, 14yr entrepreneur Bella Weems, who is now 16; it started with a dream, to save up enough money to buy a car for her 16th Birthday and turned into a sea of success!

"I have always believed that you can do anything you set your mind to. With a focus in sight, I spent hours hosting jewelry parties instead of hanging out with friends. I wasn't going to let anything keep me from making my dream a reality. And I did, in the form of a white Jeep I call Alice!"

I for one am so glad Bella stuck with her idea and didn't give up on her dream!

The lovely ladies of the independent Designer team, Jacqueline Woods and Rachel Thompson, credited me $50 to use in their Origami Owl shop and the process of creating my own Origami Owl Living Locket began!

Step 1: Select the CHARMS that tell your story or represent things you love
I chose the May and March Birth stones to represent my two Daughter Sophia and Desmond. Jacqueline and Rachel were also surpremely thoughtful and added in a 'Family' charm as well!

Step 2: Choose a LOCKET

I went with the Large Silver Locket. I am after-all just a simple country girl. 


Step 3: Choose a CHAIN

I chose the 16-18" Silver Ball Stationary Chain as I do like a little bit of extra length in my chains. 


Step 4: Add a hand-stamped metal PLATE

While I didn't originally pick out a plate the so, so sweet ladies at the Jacqueline Woods Independent Designer shop included a beautiful "Always" hand-stamped metal plate. 



Step 5: Add a DANGLE
There were so many cute Dangles to choose from and in the end I decided to go with the Guardian Angel Wing.
The end result? A Living Locket that not only reflected the story of MY life but that in doing so turned out to be one of the most stunning pieces of Jewelry I've ever owned!


My Origami Owl Living Locket is now one of my most cherished pieces; isn't it just beautiful?

Another thing I love about the Origami Owl Living Lockets is that you can change your lockets look from day to day. The locket face opens right up and you can take out the charms inside and or add in new ones. New day, new look. Like I mentioned before the Origami Owl Lockets are 100% customizable to your look/mood.

Its no wonder Origami Owl has taken the Jewelry market by storm!

To learn more about Origami Owl you can find out more by heading over to their Independent Design site at Origami Owl!

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Want to Win Origami Merchandise: Jacqueline and Rachel have very generously donated a $30 Gift Card to their Origami Own online Store! Just fill out the easy Rafflecopter form below and stay tuned to see if you're chosen as my winner! 
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11 comments:

  1. I love the locket you created. My sister got me one for Christmas and I love it. So neat how you can personalize it.

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  2. I have heard such great things about Origami Owl. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  3. I received one of these necklaces as a gift and it is just beautiful!

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  4. I have been in love with Oragami since they started so I would taylor it for me:)Love it!

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  5. I would love it for myself but I think I would give it to my mom we lost 2 brothers and I think this would be a great way to honor them :')

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  6. i would give it to my sister

    velvetelvis46@yahoo.com

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  7. I'm selfish, this is so beautiful, I'd keep it for myself *wink*

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  8. i want it for mee!! this is so beautiful!

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  9. Claire RheinheimerJuly 9, 2013 at 11:59 PM

    I'd love to have one for myself, but this would be a gift for my mil.

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  10. I would like to make a locket for my daughter

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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