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Inspirational Charm Necklace

By Smart Girls Jewelry

$19.95

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This kid’s charm necklace encourages girls to follow their passion and showcase their interests. Each is one is put together by a kid Maker in Boston to help other girls feel good about showcasing their interests—from reading and running to astronomy and math. A duo of sweet charms is complemented by a sparkly bead.

  • Made in USA: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Materials: Bead: Glass with lead-free zinc alloy; Charm: Lead- and nickel-free zinc alloy; Chain: silver-plated zinc alloy chain; Jump rings: Silver-plated iron alloy
  • Includes one 18" silver-plated chain with lobster clasp, two charms, and one bead. See below for more details on each necklace
  • Features giftable box packaging
  • Perfect gift for birthdays or graduations
  • Warning: Choking hazard small parts, not for use for children under 3
  • Dimensions: 0.6" x 3.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.02 lb.
    Necklace Designs:
  • Bookworm: With a very special "I Love to Read" charm, the Bookworm necklace is for the person who loves to get lost in a good book
  • Math Mind: With a mini abacus, an owl, and a special pink gem, the Math Mind necklace is perfect for a math magician
  • Sporty Smart: The Sporty Smart necklace is specifically designed for girls who are smart and love sports. Featuring a soccer ball and calculator charm
  • Studying Science: For the science lover, the Studying Science necklace brings out your inner curiosity. Featuring a teddy bear and microscope
  • Runner: The Runner necklace is for girls with quick feet and a quick wit, who go the extra mile in everything that they do. Featuring a flower and running sneaker
  • Musician: The Musician necklace is for girls who are in tune with the beauty in the music that's all around us. Featuring music notes and a songbird
  • Shoot for the Stars: The Shoot for the Stars necklace is for that special dream we all want to reach. Featuring a rocket ship and “DREAMS” cloud

4 Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Broken chain

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I pursued two necklaces for our granddaughter’s they both loved them, but one chain broke. I now need to purchase a chain, but otherwise I’m very happy to support a wonderful group of girls.More > < Less

5

Great granddaughter

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My Great granddaughter loves it

5

A unique gift item for girls that inspire all of us.

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I love these unique necklaces and the way they call out the interests of girls all around us. Having the three charms, each symbolizing something different, brings together the necklace and its meaning. I know the receiver will feel that this necklace is special. The multiple options are wonderful and I can't wait to purchase more as additional gifts. Perfect.More > < Less

2

Good concept

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I gave it two stars instead of 1 because I liked the concept. However, the quality of the necklace was really cheap. I ordered the book necklace and you can’t even read the words on the charm. The metal on the back side of the charm was mottled. I ordered two and will be sending them both back.More > < Less

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About Smart Girls Jewelry

Charmed

Marlie Kass created her take on a kid's charm necklace to encourage girls to be proud of their interests. Marlie wants to help girls like herself defy the typical stereotypes—you’re either a princess or a tomboy—and prove that they don’t have to fit into any particular category.

Thirteen-year-old Marlie is all about self-expression and her necklaces are a sweet combination of sparkle and smarts that showcase what a girl is into. The charms she selects aren’t for the cookie cutter crowd but are for girls who are thinking outside of the box and appreciate pretty things, too.

Each necklace has a theme like reading, math, running, or Marlie’s favorite: a "dream big"-inspired set of charms that encourages girls to reach for the stars—maybe even literally. Marlie began Smart Girls Jewelry when she was 10. Three years later, she’s still happily at work putting necklaces together at home in Boston.