It was never my intention to just sell jewelry. There is a passion and purpose behind each piece I add to my Boutique. There are 4 things that set this jewelry a part from all the others.
#1 – I am local
My goal for a while was to only grow my business online. Now, having worked with many of the boss babe’s of Spokane, my number one goal for growth is to reach out into my own community – setting a foundation.
It’s amazing what collaborating with other local business women does not only for a business, but for a girl’s heart. Business can be lonely when you have no one to share success or even failures with. Building these relationships can be encouraging and elevating to a girls soul – mine specifically 😉
Sharing and building together hand in hand, we build a better future for our families and communities.
#2 – There is a message behind the jewelry that sets it a part
Jewelry has never just been jewelry to me.
I’ve used it for many things…
As a way to feel pretty.
As a way to treat myself when feeling – blah. It’s amazing what a little glam can do for a girls mood, am I right?
When something weighs heavy on my heart and I feel lead to pray over it I wear a necklace – this one specifically – to remind me to lift the weight of it up to my Father above.
I’ve also worn jewelry to inspire courage when facing a difficult situation. Remembering God goes before me – He’s given me all I need to show up and accomplish the task at hand. No matter how difficult or intimidating. >>> That is what THIS necklace serves to remind me.
#3 – Each jewelry piece carries a story
There would be no jewelry line if I didn’t feel heavenly encouragement to share many of the stories on my heart. Story’s of brokenness, hardships, sadness, marriage difficulties, financial difficulties… you name it. Life’s struggles go deep. But through the mess God has always reigned victorious, picking me up when I had nothing left and opening doors that changed my entire world. It’s not by my strength but by His.
I have felt the need to share my stories and so I do – one piece of jewelry at a time.
My hope is these pieces connect us. We can encourage one another and press on together knowing we are never alone when we walk through difficult seasons in life.
#4 – Community
I am in this business not only to sell inspiring jewelry, but to build a community of women who love unconditionally, know the mess of life and seek to find the beauty in it. I want to build friendships through this business. I want to get to know you!
Can jewelry do all these things?
Not the jewelry it’s self, but perhaps, the inspiration behind it. What it serves to remind us.
My hope is this jewelry (and the journals I plan to add one day) can encourage us to keep our eyes on Jesus and what He can do in and through us when we face the difficult seasons of life.