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Wrap bracelet

Wrap bracelet

I was away on business but was so happy that the jewelry from my last party arrived safely at the hostess’ house. I am posting the comments from two of the guests after receiving their jewelry boxes.

“Hi Sandy, Just wanted you to know I’m very pleased with my new jewelry. Thanks!”

“Me too! I have an event tomorrow and I’ve been having fun figuring out which new pretty combo works best.
Thanks a million, Sandy!”

Jewelry parties are fun

StacktasticI gave my first solo jewelry party at my friend, Marie’s house. We were both a little nervous (different reasons) but the jewelry event was great. First, it was a warmer day than usual and Marie doesn’t have A/C. Her house fans did a good job of circulating the air. We had a nice snack table with fresh fruit, cheese and crackers and beverages to stay hydrated. I was also proud of how I displayed my jewelry samples on the table. Lastly, it’s good to have at least 5 people attend. We had seven ladies.

We started with introductions and looking at the jewelry. After everyone had a beverage and a seat, I started my presentation. There are 5 main topics to include to make it a Premier Designs Jewelry party and I followed the book. Luckily, the audience participated and before I knew it, the show was over. I thought their favorite part of the presentation would be trying on jewelry but it was learning about what NOT to do with jewelry (that’ll be a topic for another day). Orders were placed and I packed up. I left happy and I heard from several people the next day that they really had fun. Hooray for jewelry parties!

In the beginning…

Rose gold braceletI accepted an invitation on Facebook from a former dog trainer of ours because I wanted to add to my sparse jewelry box. Little did I know that by the end of the night, I would become a jeweler with Premier Designs. The jeweler, Denise, was super nice and down to earth. I loved all the jewelry she was wearing and wanted most of her samples. We had fun talking in our little group (on a patio at Chevy’s) and playing games for Diva Dollars. Pol went with me and even he had fun. I thought, “I can do this!” and I would earn free jewelry for hosting a party and more if I became a jeweler. I couldn’t lose and so begins my journey. Here is a picture of my first piece of Premier jewelry that I bought that night.

This is the Rose Gold Bracelet.