Madison, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Angie Gorres, owner/designer, Blossom Squared (http://www.blossom2.com) announced today that her “Inspired Charm” Necklace, which was gifted to Selena Gomez at the after party for the actress/singer’s performance at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 6, is now available on the website, just in time for holiday gifting.
Gorres designed and handcrafted the inspirational charm necklace, which consists of four small glass pendant charms representing love, good fortune, elegance and fairy tales, especially for the event. The necklace was created using Gorres’ signature technique of capturing collaged paper under glass.
Says Gorres, “This charm necklace is bold when it comes to sentiment but deliberately understated in appearance, so it can be worn with jeans and tee shirt, a sweater and blazer or a dress. It’s special because it keeps love and good fortune close to the heart, and is also a reminder that by applying effort, grace and style, we can all have our own fairy tale ending.”
“Inspired Charm” came to be in the Selena Gomez swag bag as the result of an invitation Blossom Squared received from The Artisan Group®, a California-based arts promotion organization. The company also gifted Selena’s band and crew its single pendant charm necklace.
The “Inspired Charm” Necklace is available at Blossom2.com, along with hundreds of other designs, including 20 different inspiration charms that range from “Sunshine” to “Strength” to “Dance in the Rain.” From November 29 through December 6, Blossom Squared will be offering free shipping on all items to shoppers using the coupon code GIVETHANKS at checkout.
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In other Blossom Squared news, the company will have its charm necklaces included in swag bags presented to celebrities stopping by The Artisan Group® exhibit at GBK’s Luxury Gift Lounge in Honor of the 2014 Golden Globe Nominees & Presenters. The Gift Lounge will take place January 10-11, 2014 at an exclusive location in Los Angeles, California.
Each celebrity will receive a specially designed pendant with an antique silver tray frame. The pendant will hang on an elegant hand-rolled silk cord. “I’ll be making 100 of these charm necklaces for the gifting, and each one will be unique,” said Gorres.
Also, Blossom Squared recently contributed to a collaborative gift bag prepared by The Artisan Group® to benefit children’s charity, The Joyful Child Foundation (thejoyfulchild.org). The gift bag raised more than $2,000.00 at auction.
To learn more about Blossom Squared jewelry, contact Angie Gorres by phone or email. Become a fan on Facebook (blossomsquared) and follow the company on Twitter (@blossomsquared). Shop Blossom Squared at blossom2.com. For more information about The Artisan Group®, visit theartisangroup.org.
ABOUT BLOSSOM SQUARED
Angie Gorres has been collecting interesting papers for years, but little did she know that her passion for ephemera would blossom into Blossom Squared (http://www.blossom2.com).
Born of a simple concept—capturing collaged paper under glass—the company has become known for its picture pendants that let you wear your personality on a chain. Whether it’s a flower or a word to inspire, Blossom Squared lets you keep what’s special to you, close to your heart.
Angie handcrafts each piece in her cozy studio on the banks of the St. Croix in Wisconsin.