The holidays are coming fast and I know I can’t be the only one with folks that are hard to buy for on their list. I have told you guys time and time again that personalized gifts are my absolute favorite…that’s where Origami Owl comes in 🙂
Origami Owl lets you tell your story with beautiful, unique charms! You can select from hundreds of available charms that have special meaning to you or match your personal style. They make perfect gifts for mothers, grandmothers, brides, daughters, or any special woman in your life. The lockets are available in three different sizes and stay closed with strong magnets. This type of closure allows you to add, remove, or change out your charms as much as you want.
I got a locket and several charms for my mom for the holidays. I know she is going to just love them! Make sure not to tell her – tee-hee.
Origami Owl is a social selling jewelry business. Create a Living Locket with custom designed charms that tell the story of your life and represent the things you love! Founded in 2010 by a 14 year old girl named Bella, this company is growing by leaps and bounds and is becoming hugely popular across the US. With only 40,000 Designers, this is still a ground level opportunity for women interested in Direct Sales.
April knew that you guys would love to get a head start on your holiday shopping too, so she has offered a Giveaway.
One lucky I Heart Saving Money reader will win a $50 Gift Certificate! This giveaway open to US residents only.
Entry is simple…you just need to complete the tasks below! Just make sure that you leave one entry for each one — up to a total of 2 comments. As a reminder, comments left on Facebook, Twitter or other posts will not be included. I will choose the winner at Random on 11/15 at 11 pm.
- Visit Origami Owl here and leave a comment with what your favorite charm(s) are.
- Like April’s Origami Owl’s Facebook.
Disclosure: I was provided with the product listed above to assist in my review of the product. All comments and opinions are my own. I Heart Saving Money is not responsible for the shipment of the prize.