Friday, December 14, 2012

Jenny Present 26.2 Mini Medal Review

Have you heard of Jenny Present (HERE)??  Jenny and I bonded via email at "single mom".  So happy to be working with JP and promoting her products, just in time for the holidays.  If you haven't heard of Jenny Present, here is a little bit about Jenny and her custom jewelry ......
Jenny Present has seen her share of hardships and instead of letting life knock her down she's taken it head-on, maintaining her positivity, grace, elegance and charm. As a confident single mother and owner of her own jewelry line, Jenny Present is making it her mission to show women that no obstacle is too large to overcome. With the proper mindset and support, any goal can be reached.

“My passion for jewelry dates back a couple decades. As a young girl, I routinely scoured my grandmother’s extensive jewelry collection. I would stand in front of the mirror trying on every piece of jewelry I could get my little hands around.

Through that passion, my entrepreneurial spirit, and an inspiring support system I was able to form my company. ”

Jenny has made a life for herself inspired by the strong women surrounding her and her beautiful son. The St. Louis native has created a line for every woman, with pieces that not only exude simplistic class, but also serve as daily inspirations to those wearing them. jp jewelry is on the rise, and with a face and spirit like Jenny's behind it, it's easy to understand.

“My collections are meant to inspire and empower the women that wear them. I truly love what I do and hope that translates through the designs I create.”

From delicate chains with unique charms to elegant earrings with subtle details, each piece allows a woman to express her own style and personality. Worn alone for a chic simple look or layered for a bolder statement, whatever the look, every woman can make jenny present jewelry their own.


JP creates some awesome running jewerly, called Mini Medals (HERE).  I received a silver 26.2 Mini Medal.  These are super dainty and light.  I love how they flutter on your neck or wrist.  I received the charm in a pretty cinch gift bag and could put the charm on just about anything.  What a nice way to honor your achievements and journey.
About Jenny Present Running Jewerly:
The early morning runs. The burning legs and worn out sneakers. The grueling training plans. And then a race day that’s just as challenging as (if not more than!) all the preparation was. It’s all worth it when you pass the finish line! For the new runner who finished her first 5K or the woman who just ran a marathon, jenny present jewelry is a unique way to celebrate those amazing accomplishments.
As a half-marathon runner herself, jewelry designer jenny present knows how great it feels to receive a race finisher medal—you never want to take it off! That’s the inspiration for the jenny present Mini Medal™, wearable necklaces that stylishly celebrate running triumphs. These carefully crafted necklaces for runners can be personalized with the date and location of completed races, a few motivational words, or “13.1” or “26.2” to represent the number of miles ran. For every running triumph after the first big one, customize another hand stamped mini running medal to add to your necklace. It’s well earned!
JP also offers the Proud Mama Collection (HERE).  They offer some really unique, customizable gifts for the holidays.  Make sure you bookmark JP for Mother's Day or mom's birthday next year.  She will be ecstatic when opening one of these lovely pieces.  With customizable initials, names and charms - you can specify exactly what suits your family and your mom's taste.
I placed my 26.2 Mini Medal on a silver bangle bracelet.  I can wear it alone or layered with others, for a really fun look.  I can sport my marathon achievements, even when I'm dressed up for work or going out.  I can also easily take off the Mini Medal if I want to place it on a necklace or other bracelet.
Interested in placing an order???  Use coupon code BIGFAN to receive 10% off your order!
Don't forget to check out Jenny Present on Facebook (HERE)

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