September Featured Birthstone Lanyard is the Sapphire Lanyard at WI Girl Designs

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Birthstone beaded lanyards are great gifts for co-workers.

Kim Arendt, owner and designer of WI Girl Designs, designs two styles: Birthstone and Silver lanyards and Birthstone with Pearl lanyards. The first beaded lanyard is created with Swarovski crystals, clear flat beads, and sterling silver spacers. The second style of beaded lanyard utilizes clear plastic beads and white pearls instead of the sterling silver spacers.

Each lanyard is uniquely designed, as Kim touches every bead. Swarovski crystal beads, one of the highest quality beads, are used as the birthstone color. Both designs are feminine and elegant. Do not underestimate their sturdiness, though. Being a medical professional and wearing a lanyard at her workplace, Kim designed each piece to withstand the workplace stress.

WI Girl Designs started a year ago when a co-worker commented on Kim's lanyard. She had re-designed one that was given to her as a gift. The co-worker was hoping she could buy one from Kim. This launched a new business.

Kim’s beaded ID badge holders make wonderful gifts for those employees who must wear an ID badge at work.

Healthcare workers, government workers, event staff, teachers, and corporate workers need to wear a form of ID badge at their workplace. Kim says, “If you have to wear a badge, you may as well look good wearing it!” WI Girl Designs can help with that.

Kim has multiple beaded badge holder designs, including Southwestern styles. The birthstone-beaded lanyards are the most popular. Jet black and clear lanyards coordinate with most everyone’s wardrobe. Multi-colored lanyards are also favorites.

Birthstone necklaces, eye glass holders, and bracelets are also featured on her website. ID Badge reels are also displayed on her website, for those who do not like to wear necklaces.

Kim offers customization. Team colors, corporate colors, and favorite colors are common requests. You can reach Kim by going to WI Girl Designs website at http://www.wigirldesigns.com.

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