__'s Keep Collective Social
* AN ONLINE PARTY *
Keep Collective was launched by the creators of Stella & Dot in the fall of 2014. This is an exciting new line of one-of-a-kind personalized jewelry.
How it works: Start by picking a bracelet or necklace base (called a “Keeper”); then choose charms (“Keys”).
The best part: By adding, rearranging or removing a key, the look is changed. You could wear the same piece of jewelry tomorrow & no one would ever know!
* Bonus if it's a leather keeper - each one is reversible. You have two colors to choose from! *
What kind of jewelry would YOU design? Check out the pics of unadorned keepers and keys just below. Once you've gotten through those pics, you'll see a few finished creations. There's really no limit to what you can create, so click that link and get creative!
THE PARTY LINK IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE!
WANT HELP FINDING YOUR ITEM(S) ON THE SITE?
Email me and list each item. I will put the order together & email the link. You just look it over for accuracy and check out (or contact me if changes need to be made).
Could shopping get ANY easier?! :)
Step 1: Select Your Keeper
STEP 2: Select your Key(s)
*Finished Creations - Leather*
*Finished Creations - Bangles*
*Finished Creations - Pendants*
Build over time
No need to purchase your entire creative idea at once - build over time! Start with 1 keeper and 2 keys - those 3 items can still create 8 to 10 different looks (pic at the very top right shows 10 looks created!
One last thing...
(Saved the best for last)
During the month of October, Keep Collective will donate net proceeds from the Pink Awareness Key to the Noreen Fraser Foundation to benefit Breast Cancer prevention and research. This is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for breakthrough research that advances precision medicine for the prevention and treatment of women's cancers.
What does "net proceeds" really mean?
Simply put, Keep Collective does not make a profit on the sales of this awareness ribbon.
Who is Noreen Fraser?
Noreen Fraser was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in 2001. By 2003, her cancer had metastasized to her bones. After years of fighting, Noreen has devoted herself to raising money for focused research - finding new techniques to prevent and fight cancer.