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This review was done by Sweet N Sour Deals
Do you love personalized jewelry? Well, I know I do and I had been looking for something truly unique for awhile now when I ran upon Origami Owl. I was so excited when I contacted Rebecca Corvin and she agreed to let me do a review for Origami Owl. With Origami Owl you get to choose your locket and what you would like inside it to tell your own story. Here is a little about the company before I start my review. When 14-year old Isabella Weems started Origami Owl in 2010, she only wanted to raise money to buy a car in time for her 16th birthday. Little did she know that her dreams of buying the car of her dreams would lead to a full-scale direct sales company, giving thousands of women in the country an opportunity to start their own business. Now, Origami Owl offers one of the best ground floor opportunities in direct sales, giving aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to finally fulfill their dreams of owning their own direct sales venture. The Origami Owl Business offers quite the opportunity for interested designers. Origami Owl’s sales representatives are called independent designers because the company believes that each person representing their products has a hand in designing the necklaces that would soon be worn by their customers. Regardless of your budget and the initial needs of your business, you can expect to find a starter kit from Origami Owl that would best suit your needs.
Now for my experience with Origami Owl. I met Rebecca at a near by Burger King to sit down and look at all she had to offer. When making your necklace there are a few steps. First you choose the charms that you would like inside your locket. There are so many to choose from. There are numbers, birthstones, letters, crosses, just about anything you can think of. When I met Rebecca it was just a couple of days until my husband and my 10 year anniversary so I decided that I would like to make a special locket for that occasion. I looked at all the charms she had and there were so many that at first I had a hard time choosing what I liked. After a little thought I decided to choose the numbers 1 and 0 for 10 years, a cross to symbolize our faith and for fun I chose a tiny diamond engagement ring which I absolutely love!! After choosing my charms it was time to choose the locket for my charms to go in. I chose the medium silver living locket. The locket is silver around the edges and clear glass on both sides so you can see your charms. Last I chose my necklace for my locket. The chain I chose is very pretty! Here is a picture of my final creation.
There are also other things you can add to your Origami Owl locket such as plates and dangles. The neat thing about the lockets is that you can add whatever you like at any time and change it to suit the occasion no matter what it is. Now if you would like to start creating your own Origami Owl locket you can contact Rebecca by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook, or on her website www.rscorvin.origamiowl.com. You can also contact her to get information on starting your very own Origami Owl business, there are endless opportunities with this company. Overall I give Rebecca and Origami Owl a HUGE 5 stars. I truly love my locket and it will be something I always have and cherish to remember our 10 year anniversary.
Now for the fun part!! Rebecca is giving away a $30 gift certificate so you can create your very own locket!! Just enter on the rafflecopter below!
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