My New Addiction: Origami Owl Living Lockets

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Have you heard about Origami Owl Living Lockets yet? I am totally in love with them!

Origami Owl Living Lockets

My friend Mia just recently became an independent designer for Origami Owl and I placed an order for Origami Owl Living Lockets for myself and for Angeline. They are so pretty!

I went with a travel theme for my own, choosing charms that represent different elements of travel: an airplane, a suitcase, a camera and a little heart. I get so many compliments on this gorgeous piece of jewelry everywhere I go, and people are constantly asking me where I bought it.

Origami Owl Living Lockets

I love the way Origami Owl Living Lockets work, they are the ultimate customized piece of jewelry!

How to Build Your Origami Owl Living Locket

Origami Owl Living Lockets

Step 1: Choose Charms

  • Choose accent stones, or themed charms (a few examples: travel, vocation, military, food, family, causes or holidays)
  • Charm prices begin at $5 (most are actually $5)

Step 2: Choose a Origami Owl Living Locket

  • Size medium or large
  • Gold, rose gold, brushed gold or silver
  • Embellished with crystals or without
  • Origami Owl Living Locket are priced between $20 – $38

Step 3: Choose a Chain

  • 16, 18 – 20, 22 – 24, 30, 32 inch options as well as extenders available
  • Available in classic ball chains, rolo chains, flat oval links, faceted ball chain
  • Available in silver, gold and rose gold
  • Prices begin at $10

Step 4: Add Optional Plates

  • Plates serve as a backdrop to your lovely charms
  • Choose from themes like Love, Wish, Dream, Inspire
  • Available for small, medium and large Living Lockets
  • Prices begin at $7

Step 5: Add Optional Dangles

  • Add additional charm to your Origami Owl Living Locket by adding jewels and other cute charms to hang onto your chain or locket
  • Prices begin at $6.

Origami Owl Living Lockets

Aren’t these just gorgeous?!

I love how inexpensive they are, and how easy it is to change up the look by trading charms, adding dangles and using different plates. You can easily create a new piece of jewelry each day just by adding a dangle or charm!

The Origami Owl Living Lockets open very easily with your fingernail, they stay nice and securely closed otherwise.

The possibilities are really endless…which can be a good thing, or a bad thing if you are like me and want to spend all of your money ordering every possible charm and dangle!

Origami Owl Living Lockets

You can check out Mia’s Origami Owl site to browse through their beautiful jewelry and to come up with some ideas for your own Origami Owl Living Locket. You can easily buy yourself a Living Locket complete with a chain and charms for under $50.

Sounds like the perfect Valentine’s Day gift, doesn’t it ladies? On Mia’s Facebook page, she has a Valentine’s Day wish list that you can print out and give to your significant other, or just message her and she will help you create one!

While you’re at it, I would love if you would take a moment to like Mia’s Origami Owl Facebook page! She shares photos of her style ideas and special promotions too!

A special thanks to Mia for introducing me to Origami Owl Living Lockets and getting me started on my addiction!

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    • says

      Thank you, Emily! They are definitely unique! I get comments on mine alsmot everywhere I go! Love that! :-) Let me know if you have any questions on creating a locket or ordering!

  1. says

    There are so many to choose from. I love the laptop, typewriter, and book of course, the Air Force insigna is cool too. I also like the sorority alphabet though I don’t think I’d choose that. Love the fleur de lis and angel wings.

  2. Terri Betz says

    Love the Vintage Cross in silver! Also the stars! I’m afraid there are so many cute ones I’ll want them all, just about! Love the variety!
    Thanks for this giveaway!

  3. Michelle says

    I have jus recently heard about these beautiful lockets! After looking at the charms the first one I would start with is the best friend one……probably have her make one at same time so the halves could be split and placed. I already have it in my head what I want!

  4. Samantha Middleton says

    Choosing an O2 charm is so hard but I would have to say the cupcake is one of my favorites.
    I love to bake!

  5. Sarah M. says

    I have several that are a favorite. That’s why I love how so many can be in the necklace at once to tell a short story. :)

  6. says

    I pretty much love allllll of the family charms!!!! These are insanely cute. I will be asking for one of these awesome lockets for valentines from the hubby!!!

  7. says

    I love reading everyone’s picks for favorite charm! Especially because I know there is a lot of meaning behind each choice! Being an Indpendent Designer is by far the most fun job I’ve had! :-)

  8. Julie Thompson says

    I love the love, the horseshoe, and the four leaf clover and the I love to read charms and the august, february, and November birthstones thank you for the giveaway

  9. Jane Ritz says

    I didn’t have to look far or think at all. I’d like the Grandma. I have 7 grands. Thanks so much for this wonderful giveaway.

  10. Helen May says

    Awesome giveaway! I’m not sure which charm I like the most. decisions decisions…..owls cute, kitty, I like too many of them :)

    • says

      Hi Kobi! Origami Owl also makes an AMAZING gift for your bridesmaids and Maid of Honor! Contact me and I can send you some sample photos of lockets for bridesmaids! :-)

  11. Candice Hull says

    I love the I love you hand because my parents and I always sign it to each other when we are driving off after a visitThank you

  12. Lisa says

    I’ve been trying to speak with someone at customer service and have been on hold for 20 mins. I called because they never responded to my email I sent to customer
    The hold message is on a loop and it’s very annoying. I tried to order a living locket off their web site and I could not.
    Still on hold….it’s 2:31

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