Bakery Charms: Review and GIVEAWAY! *CLOSED*
It’s finally time to start introducing you to some of The Whimsical Sweet’s ‘sweet’ sponsors. You’ll be getting a double dose of sugar with our first sponsor: Bakery Charms.
Jenn Lee is the confectioner behind Bakery Charms where she designs realistically cute dessert jewelry in her neck of the
woods ocean on the lovely island of Hawaii. (Surely she must get some of her inspiration from the beauty that surrounds her, no?!) There is no end to her collection of sweet adornments. From popsicles to cupcakes, non-pareils to macaroons, Bakery Charms’ polymer clay creations are so realistic you’ll want to try a little nibble. You know me & my attention to detail? Jenn does not disappoint. In person, the detail is beautiful. Each little piece is so precise and intricate, the pieces she creates are miniature works of wearable art. Initially I thought our daughter would love this jewelry but I quickly came to the realization that everyone should indulge in some tasty jewelry! What fun!!
I just LOVE her motto – “Have your cake and wear it too”. What girl doesn’t want to show her sweet tooth a little love?! Shop online and you’ll find bracelets, necklaces, and earrings among others. Some of my favorites include the pretzels, the macaroons, the sno-cones and the truffles. Oh, and you can’t forget the nutty buddies! Any of these handmade creations would make the perfect gift for that sweet lover in your life, or by all means, treat yourself. Zero calories and tons of fun!
The sweetest news??
Bakery Charms is giving away a NECKLACE OF YOUR CHOICE to one lucky winner!
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: One will receive one (1) Bakery Charms necklace of your choice (a $15 value). Contest begins July 31, 2014 at 12:00am and ends August 7th, 2014 at 12:00am and is open to US residents only. Winner will be announced Friday, August 8th, 2014 via sweet whimsy designs’ Facebook & Instagram pages. Winning prize will be shipped to any of the 50 US States. Entries will be verified.
Full disclosure: Bakery Charms provided my daughter and myself with necklaces to review to be able to write this post. The words written in this post are completely my own; simply a collaboration, and I hope you never thought otherwise, even for a second :).