Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Charming Christmas Gift Idea and Giveaway


Do you have a little fashionista in your family? My daughter loves playing jewelry and dress up. When we saw the new Charminis line from RoseArt we just had to check it out. It is super simple and easy for kids. It is a great gift and wonderful way to inspire creativity in your little diva. 

The Charminis Deluxe Studio comes with everything you need to create and store your own jewelry. Make your child's creations come to life with Charmini's. The best part is there is little to no mess and no complicated instructions to follow. Simply paint the water on the Charmini pieces you create to make them stick together and add a loop. Your charm is ready. You can add glitter for more glitz and then thread your necklace or bracelet in whatever favorite color you choose. All of your child's creations stay in one place with the included hanging jewelry tree. 

  • 100+ charm pieces to customize endless charm combinations
  • Multi-functional jewelry studio serves as a decorative jewelry stand, charm organizer, and creation station complete with charm glitterizing feature
  • Glitterize your finished charms to accent your personal style - bonus play pattern!
  • Make and wear stylish bracelets and necklaces with 4 colors of cord to choose from
  • Fun &  Easy Process - charm pieces simply fuse with water
The fun doesn't stop there you can buy extra refills to make more and more Charmini pieces. It is great for entertaining girls at slumber or birthday parties. They can each take home their one of a kind jewelry creation!

Make sure to check out RoseArt for all your gift giving needs and be sure to follow them on social media below:

One Charminis Deluxe Studio



  1. I would love to win this beautiful prize for my niece because she loves jewelry and crafts
    Thank You for the chance!

    Fiona N

  2. My daughter would like this because she is creative.

  3. My niece because she is creative and loves to be as she says a girly princess


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