"Moxie" Art Deco Triple Circle Sequin and Beaded Headband: Giveaway!

Month with Moxie: Celebration Giveaway

Moxie was born in May 2010 with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. She had already miraculously healed from her diffuse fetal hydrops and the holes in her heart. She was named "Moxie" as she had shown that she was full of it: courage. Verve. Vigor.

Moxie has challenged us to do the same: to live our life, our one precious life, with a little

moxie.

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This month is Down syndrome Awareness Month and we are celebrating a Month with Moxieliving life with moxie.

 

We have a host of awesome Awareness Champions that will be helping us all celebrate by giving you really cool products they made or produce.

 

Today's Champion is Bethany Lorelle, who says:


When creating all my pieces, my aesthetic for bethany lorelle, is inspired by the heroines of Jane Austen (who felt the empowerment of their own inner beauty by adding a simple ribbon), 18th-century France (a time when even a short walk to the market was a reason to accessorize), and the decadent glamour of Old Hollywood (Hepburn). My greatest joy is creating adornments for clients to treasure and pass down for year's to come.

For more photos visit www.bethanylorelle.com


Bethany Lorelle has been seen in Elle Magazine, Lucky Magazine Online, Style Me Pretty, MSP Magazine, Lucky in Love & Minnesota Monthly.

Follow for exclusive sales and sneak peaks:

– Twitter @bethanylorelle – FB bethanylorelle And BethanyLorelle on etsy: SHOP

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The Moxie is gorgeous:

I don't know how she does that bead work, but it's super fine, dainty

I mean, look at all that tiny little small beadwork! And sparkly!

*love*

To enter – please jump into the Rafflecopter (below):

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Details: Giveaway open to US/Canada residents. Open from 10/08/12 – 10/15/12, winner  announced directly via email. "Moxie" Headband is handmade by BethanyLorelle and retails on her shop for $25. Please visit her shop and show some love!

 

Meriah
Meriah Nichols is teacher and artist who lives in a yurt off the grid. She is deaf, has 3 kids (one with Down syndrome) and a lot of chickens. She writes about travel, disability, and getting dishes done. She likes her tea Earl Grey and hot.
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