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ACCENT - Jewelry and Journey

ACCENT  /ak sent/ 1. noun – an individual’s distinctive or characteristic inflection, tone, or choice of words 2. verb –to emphasize a particular feature, to focus attention on, or draw attention to.

ACCENT - Jewelry and Journey

Nanci from ACCENT reached out to me a few weeks ago to work on a necklace design that would fit my blog’s style. I was so excited to be able to completely design my own necklace from scratch! I wanted to play off the classic initial necklaces, but I needed a twist– a banana leaf. The banana leaf symbolizes the journey I am about to embark on as I move to Spain and begin my traveling career. You can find the banana leaf in tropical regions across the globe, which are my favorite destinations to visit since their beauitful greenery inspires me.

ACCENT - Jewelry and Journey

Want to wow your friends and family this holiday season?

You can create the most wonderful and personal gift for your loved ones at ACCENT. You can turn any shape or symbol into a piece of jewelry. I love the idea of turning a handwritten name or note into a necklace.

Need some design inspo? Click here!

It takes 3 weeks to ship, so get designing today! If you are worried about the turnaround, you can also gift store credit, so they can design their own necklace. With my love of jewelry design, I couldn’t think of a more perfect gift. Now you know what to gift your fashionista friends! (or picky friends, hehe.)

How to create your design:

Packaging

ACCENT - Jewelry and Journey

The necklace comes in an adorable velvet pocket pouch sealed with a bow.

ACCENT - Jewelry and Journey

What do you think?

What would you design and for you? Or if you want to treat yourself this holiday season (because you deserve it), what would you make for yourself?  😉