Monday, December 20, 2010

All sterling silver 3D jewelry by Poe-Rap-Tic

I love hearing about people who are trying to start up their own business.  I've been a freelance writer for about 15 years now and have worked solely from home for the past 7 years.  There's a sense of pride and freedom that comes with running your own business.  But it takes a lot of hard work, and if you have an actual product it takes money. 

The other day, Melissa Dotson, creator of Poe-Rap-Tic three-dimensional jewelry reached out to me asking if I could blog about her jewelry and company.  Well, here I am!  :)

On the Kickstarter website she has a video explaining her project and showing a few of her jewelry samples.  They're truly unique and very well made.  They are over the top and meant to be that way.  She offers pendants, pins, neclaces, bracelets, bangles, and cuff bangles. She's seeking pre-order pledges to get her business off the ground.  If she can raise 15k then Kickstarter will back her. 

The pledges all come with perks and 3% of every pledge goes to the (Saideh Browne Founder/Director)

If you pledge $15 you will receive a thank you knote, your name mentioned in her brochure and on her website, and a 15% discount off any Poe-Rap-Tic item.

A pledge of $25 will get you the same perks as the $15 pledge, plus a free ticket for the Poe-Rap-Tic launch event which includes a celebrity speaker.  She will also mention your name in her coming memoir.

Pledges of $50 will receive all of the perks that come with the $15 and $25 pledge, plus a sterling silver star char, a Kindle ebook, and her memoir Virtuous Women.

There are other pledge levels with many more perks, up to $325 or more.  Melissa wants to thank you for your backing and belief in her, so she makes sure you don't walk away from your pledge empty handed. 

This lady has so much spunk and spark, I know Poe-Rap-Tic will really take off is she's given the chance.  And who doesn't want pieces of jewelry that are unique and so well made?  People will surely walk right up to you and ask where you got it. 

Stop by Melissa's page, watch her video and give a generous donation.  Remember, kindness and good deeds always come back to you three-fold!

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