Your Personal Story In A Locket
Lockets are one of the oldest types of jewelry. You can read about these in novels and historical stories. Often the owners of these jewelry pieces have pictures of their loved ones inside their lockets – some of those mentioned in mystery novels would even have secret compartments for hidden notes. There’s a modern take on this type of locket.
This jewelry company started from the dreams of a teenager. It was her goal of buying her own car on her 16th birthday that motivated Bella to start this jewelry company. Unlike the ordinary teenager partying the weekends away, Bella hosted jewelry parties instead and sold her own designs. The money started coming in and soon enough, she was able to reach her goal. She now has her white Jeep and has made it her mission to help other people do the same thing to achieve their dreams and aspirations. Independent designer Jennifer Beagle is one of those who are working for financial freedom by selling their jewelry designs.
Beagle created a custom locket for me. I chose the gold crystal cross which symbolizes my faith; the family heart and the wedding ring which reflect my family-oriented nature and the silvered D initial of my name.
I just love the way that these modern lockets can be customized depending on what you want to be reminded of. These charms and dangles are mostly symbolic, unlike the photographs in old lockets. There are various categories of charms and dangles that you can choose from. If you want your political leanings to be represented in your locket, you can choose to have a republican or a democrat charm. An aspiring writer can also choose the vintage typewriter charm to remind her of her dreams. You can also pick anything from their selection of chains. The experience of putting together a locket that is meaningful and customized just for you is really incomparable.
Giveaway Date: ENDS June 22, 2013 at 11:59 PM EST
Eligibility: Open to US only, ages 18+
The winner will be notified via email and need to respond within 48 hours. Failure to do so will void the winning and we will draw another qualified winner. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with nor sponsored by Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. No purchase is necessary.
The sponsor, Jennifer Beagle by Origami Owl is responsible for the prize fulfillment. For questions and concerns, please email hotfunstuffs(at)gmail(dot)com.
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