Can I just say that I am in LOVE with our new charm bracelet!! I’M IN LOVE!!
I have thick wrists (and everything else! Lol) and sometimes bracelets are too tight.
When I ordered my charm bracelet I did also order two extension pieces- just in case! BUT guess what?? I didn’t need them!! I’ll find a way to use them.
I was able to put it on and as you can see in the video at the top- it moves freely and is perfect!!
The bracelet has hidden clasp so the charm pendant slip on. The bracelet itself has good size loops, would look great by itself……
BUT it looks fabulous with the charm pendants. The charm pendants are a good weight- they feel solid. I like them all but my favorite is the family tree pendant- it opens, you can place crystals in it!
The charm pendants can also be worn on a simple chain. The pendants are a perfect size- not to small- not to big.
Save the date! This is traditionally one of our most popular, beautiful collections that launches during the year and it’s perfect for gifting. I don’t want you to miss out on a single second, so comment below if you want an invite to the big reveal on March 25!
Origami Owl is thrilled to announce its next officially licensed jewelry collection featuring Warner Bros.’ beloved, Oscar-winning film, The Wizard of Oz.
The new, officially licensed collection is in celebration of The Wizard of Oz’s 80th anniversary and will be released sometime in May.
“This Oscar-winning film appeals to audiences of all ages,” shared Chrissy from stage, dressed as Dorothy. “We are really excited to partner with Warner Bros. for this new, officially licensed collection coming soon.”
According to a recent study, The Wizard of Oz is the most-watched movie in film history.
“So many people connect with this movie for many reasons,” shared Chrissy. “We know this is going to be a collection you love, too.”
Official pictures coming soon BUT……. we have some creative designers who have come up with some looks- check it out
I found this and love it! It’s true. I love my mom and I also know there are people who have either lost there Mom or don’t talk to there mom for whatever reason – but they have a ‘mother figure’ in their life.