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Origami Owl Giveaway

My friend Sarah from My Joy Filled Life is giving a piece of custom jewelry from Origami Owl! Isn't that just awesome?!? You can enter below :) 

Tell your story with an Origami Owl Living Locket

Wearing an Origami Owl Living Locket is a creative way to share who you are, where you've been, and where you're going - it tells your own unique story.  They also make meaningful gifts for the special people in your life - let that special someone know just what they mean to you with a custom Living Locket that you made just for them.

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Haven't heard of Origami Owl?

Origami Owl is a customizable jewelry company that helps you tell your own personal story and show off your personal style with jewelry.  By choosing from the wide variety of chains, lockets, charms, plates, and dangles, you can make your own unique creation that is just as unique as you! The company started back in 2010 when 14-year-old Bella had a dream of buying a car for her 16th birthday.  Her parents told her to start saving her money, so she began selling customizable jewelry to family and friends, and now Origami Owl is sweeping the nation. A Living Locket is a wonderful gift to give yourself, but it is also a great gift idea for any woman in your life – a sister, mother, aunt, friend, daughter…..  With Christmas right around the corner, this is a great opportunity to get some of your shopping out of the way, and a great opportunity to buy a very thoughtful and unique gift for your loved one.
5 StepsHere are some ideas to inspire you and get your creative juices flowing:

Celebrate Life

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Spread Awareness

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The Blessing of Family

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Showcase Your Hobbies

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Show Your Team Spirit

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A Special Occasion

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Would you like even more Living Locket ideas?  Take a look at this Origami Owl Inspiration Pinterest Board!
  If you are ready to tell your story with an Origami Owl Living Locket, or bless a loved one with one as a gift, visit Independent Designer Sarah Avila's website to place your order. And........  if you are ready to try and WIN an Origami Owl Living Locket with chain, charms, and dangle, use the Rafflecopter form below to enter.
Origami Owl Giveaway

Independent Designer Sarah Avila is graciously giving away one Origami Owl necklace that includes 1 Medium Rose Gold Living Locket, 1 18" Rose Rolo Chain, 1 Clear Quatrefoil Dangle, and 5 charms (2 April Heart Birthstone Charms, 2 Rose Gold Snowflake Charms, 1 Pearl Charm).

Giveaway ends on November 19, 2013 at 11:59pm EST; winner will be notified by email.

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