Origami Owl Custom Jewelry – Review + Giveaway

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Hi friends! Have you heard of Origami Owl Custom Jewelry? Well if you haven’t, today’s your lucky day because I’m sharing with you how fun and amazing customizing your own jewelry can be! First, let me introduce to you Amy Homan, an Independent Designer with Origami Owl! Here she is on the right, with Origami Owl founder, Bella.

Amy Homan, Independent Designer

Origami Owl Living Lockets, their most notable jewelry item, are perfect for any occasion and make excellent, personal gifts! You can show your support for causes, celebrate milestones, or just show off symbols that are near and dear to you! 

Origami Owl Custom Jewelry - Review and Giveaway at { anightowlblog.com }

And building your own Living Locket is so easy! Just a few steps…

Build Your Own Living Locket at Origami Owl!

And you’ve put together one beautiful, personal piece that anyone is sure to love. So I decided to make one for someone special in my life, my Mother! She’s an amazing woman and I knew she’d love a Living Locket! So I went through the simple steps and picked out some things she’d love…a gold locket and chain, a “MOM” stamped plate, and a few fabulous charms! I LOVE how it turned out…and so did she! It really is the most perfect gift.

Origami Owl Custom Jewelry - Review and Giveaway at { anightowlblog.com }

So are you SOLD? You should be! So if you’re interested in shopping around and learning more, definitely visit Amy’s Origami Owl site! And today we have a special treat for you – a $50 Giveaway to Origami Owl! You can start an amazing locket with that amount, so be sure to enter to WIN today via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

Origami Owl Custom Jewelry - Review and Giveaway at { anightowlblog.com }

a Rafflecopter giveaway

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Giveaway is open to US residents ages 18 and over and ends at 11:59pm EST on February 25, 2013. By entering you give the right to use your name and likeness. Number of entries received determines the odds of winning. Approximate retail value is $50.00. One winner will be selected. All liabilities and responsibilities with product is directly responsible by Origami Owl. Winner will be drawn by random.org from all verified entries, contacted by email provided, and announced on this page at the end of the contest. Winner has 48 hours to respond or prize will be redrawn. Entrant is responsible for the email address they provide, whether through typing it directly or through the Facebook entry method. A Night Owl is not responsible for lost or misdirected emails. All prizes will be awarded. No prize substitutions allowed. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook and we hereby release Facebook of any liability. Information is provided to A Night Owl, not to Facebook and your information is never sold or shared. Facebook is not a sponsor of this giveaway. Amy Homan is a sponsor of this giveaway. Prize is awarded directly by Amy Homan and requires confirmation of delivery. Protected tweets do not count as an entry method for tweeting. Tweets must come from a public account. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

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Comments

  1. Renee Richardson says

    I would love to build a love themed necklace to remind me of husband. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  2. Whitney F says

    I would get some charms for my mom, sister, and best friend. I have bought each one of them their own O.O. necklace and they love them!

  3. Karen Urias says

    My friend Jessica got a necklace for Christmas, I have wanted one ever since!! I want to get my 2 sisters and I a living locket with the lung cancer ribbon in them in honor of our Mother.

  4. Christine says

    I would get the rolo chain in silver with the Hope and Faith charms, with the Open my heart dangle and gold key dangle.

  5. Erin(P)G says

    A few of my relatives got the Living Lockets for Christmas, I thought they were so cute. Now, if I won the giveaway I could get an extra boost to the start of my own cute living locket. The hard part is trying to decide which cute charms to put inside! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win!

  6. Karen Glatt says

    I had a hard time picking what I would get because of so many beautiful items, but I would use this to build a really pretty necklace with what the items that I looked at!

  7. courtney hennagir says

    i would start with the large silver locket and add the april birthstone girl and the september boy for my kiddos,the december heart stone for my hubby and the sand dollar for our honeymoon.

  8. Nancy Carr says

    This is a wonderful concept that can be personalized. I saw so many things to make a beautiful gift for my granddaughter who is my heart. These make wonderful gifts for young and older.

  9. says

    It’s a tough choice, but I would get a Living Locket for my brother’s girlfriend for her birthday. She’s usually difficult to shop for, but I could personalize this with the laptop charm and whatnot….yay!
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  10. Rachel Salina says

    I would make a medium brushed gold locket with the charm letters of my husband and me, the camera charm, the Origami Owl signature heart dangle, and the open my heart dangle. Love it!

  11. Melissa L says

    It would be so hard to decide. I would probably make a grandmother’s necklace for my mother and a mom’s one for myself.

  12. Barbara Osburn says

    WOW…Start with a locket, chain and charms pertaining to cancer surivor and give to my Daughter in Law, because of her MOM.

  13. Pam B. says

    If I were to win the Jewelry, I would use the Rose Gold Chain and Locket. I would put a birthday stone for each of my 3 children. (grown ups) I would also put Angel Wing for our late son. I would have charms that reflects special things from their little days. A dog,an airplane,a book,a music symbol, and a Cross. Thank you for the chance to win these beautiful things. I can’t tell you the joy I got dreaming about the jewelery and other things.

  14. Tina says

    If I won I would buy BIRTHSTONE JAN. BOY charm and a SILVER INFINITY charm. A CRYSTAL CROSS DANGLE. MEDIUM SILVER LOCKET WITH CRYSTALS

  15. Lorna England says

    ..so glad to see the rose gold!.. Would do a rose gold chain, “faith” plate, gemstone dangles and have to spend hours deciding on the charms!

  16. Jean F. says

    I would use it to start a large gold locket with charms to symbolize my husband, children, late mother, career, etc. Thank you!

  17. Sallie says

    I love the silver locket to start and I’d fill it with charms that remind me of places I’ve traveled – Eiffel tower, London telephone, Plumeria, etc.

  18. Debbie H says

    I would pick items to make a necklace for my daugter who lives too far away and is about to move even farther away from her Mama!
    gussek at hotmail dot com

  19. Crystal says

    There are so many beautiful things!! It is so hard to choose, but I would definately make a necklace with the red shoe, my kids initials, and several other charms. Love it!!

  20. LunaRaven says

    I would buy a living locket necklace wit the rose gold base and the following charms: my birth stone, the first letter of my name, a musical note, a complementary stone, and a cameo.

  21. Heather W says

    I’d get a large rose gold charm, with the rose gold ball chain. I like the dog bone charm, the dog charm and the coffee cup charm for starters!

  22. Candice Hull says

    I would do a large silver locket with crystals and have it be family based. I would definitely get the Love hand symbol because that has a lot of meaning in our family
    Thanks

  23. Jennifer Reed says

    I would build a locket with silver locket, and the charms- I love my dog, a wine glass,laptop, and maybe the initial J.

  24. Vikki Billings says

    I would get the 24-26 Inch Silver 2mm Rolo Chain, Medium Silver Locket with Crystals and the June and July birthstones

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