Monday, January 28, 2013

Origami Owl Review and Giveaway



For years I have wanted a piece of jewelry to symbolize my children. I held off, however, not sure when our family would be complete. With the birth of my son in April, I knew that I could now consider finding that perfect piece. At first, I was thinking about a mother's ring-that is until I had the opportunity to review a locket from amazingcassie.origamiowl.com

At amazingcassie.origamiowl.com, you can create a locket that tells your story. To create a locket, you first start by choosing charms that represent things that are important to you. Next you choose your locket, which comes in gold, brushed gold, rose gold, and silver, as well as the size, either medium or large. After choosing your locket, you can choose a chain, plate, and dangles. As I read the story of Origami Owl, I was amazed to find out that the company was founded in 2010 by a 14-year old girl who wanted to save up enough money to buy a car for her 16th birthday. Today the company partners with thousands of women across the country who own their own Origami Owl business.


I was lucky enough to work with Cassie from Origami Owl to create my own locket. When it arrived in the mail I couldn't wait to open it. When I took it out of the packaging I was surprised to see a cute little take out box with a fortune cookie jewelry pouch. Inside that pouch was my locket. When working with Cassie, she asked me to pick out four charms and she would create the rest. My Living Locket is a medium size silver locket on a beautiful silver ball station chain. Inside the locket were the four charms I chose-three little boy charms that contain each of my sons' birthstones, as well as the silver infinity charm which has a two-fold meaning for me. First it represents the love for my husband, but it also stands for my love of math. 


My locket was just perfect-exactly the piece of mother's jewelry that I have been looking for. I also love the idea that it is a locket, so I can order charms later on and add them to it. To top it off, the Living Lockets at Origami Owl are affordable. Each charm costs $5, while the lockets range from $20 to $38. If you choose to add on dangles and plates, they are very reasonable as well. 

With my locket I chose to tell the story of my family. What type of story would your locket tell about you? If you are interested, stop by amazingcassie.origamiowl.com and have Cassie help you create that perfect locket. Below is her information, as well, in case you have any other questions.




Win it: Cassie has offered to giveaway a medium silver locket with four charms to one lucky reader. Just enter below...
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclosure: I received a locket to review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own and are my honest opinion of the product.

30 comments:

  1. I love the "Mom" heart in silver charm

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  2. I really want the diamond initial letters for every member of my family, as well as the survivor plate- I am a survivor of a rare heart condition, induced by pregnancy, and have fought with congestive heart failure at the age of only 34. I also want the diamond hearts!

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  3. I like the Birthday Cake Charm
    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  4. I love the watch gear charms - small gold and large rose gold.

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  5. Love the bright eyed owl!
    hanner.da.nanner@gmail.com

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  6. Like the inspiration tags .. thank you for the chance.

    ghalim at yahoo dot com

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  7. Recently heard about Origami Owl, such a cute idea!

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  8. I would like the Silver T with crystals.

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  9. i would love to have the angel wing charm
    jenny lloyd

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  10. i like the little girl birthstone charms

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  11. The birthday cake is cute.

    Laura
    Laurasu82 at yahoo.com

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  12. Being an absolute owl lover, I am in love with the bright eyed owl.

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  13. So hard to pick! The I Love to Read is definitely one of my faves.

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  14. Thanks to everyone that has entered! Please be sure to like my facebook page and let me know if you have any questions. I did a shout-out to you all on my page. <3

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  15. I like the heart with wings charm!

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  16. I like the support our troops ribbon!

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  17. I would love the anchor charm to represent the family vacation we just took.

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  18. I love the Grandma Heart
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  19. The I Love You sign (hand) means a lot in our family, so definitely it
    Thank you

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