More Than Jewelry: Why Started An Online Boutique!

Hey there! Have we met? Either way, my name is Bryttani Graddick. I'm a wife, mother, daughter, sister, musician, senior HR executive, and - oh, yeah - I have an online boutique where I sell one-of-a-kind jewelry creations.

As you can see, HeartWear Jewelry was not started from a place of lack. I don't lack things to do with my time, I don't lack responsibilities to devote my time to, and I don't even lack purpose in what I do professionally. I thoroughly enjoy my time spent with my husband and my kids and my family, and I have great fulfillment in my "9 to 5 career."

So what led me to start this journey into entrepreneurship in the area of fashion jewelry? While I do love jewelry, what I cherish more is the way that jewelry can make a person feel. I've witness the transformation that comes when a person is wearing a piece that was either purchased for them thoughtfully or, in the case of gifts I've given prior to starting the business, made specifically for them.

More than jewelry, I feel that I am purposed to remind women everywhere of how special they are. When they open the packaged boxes with their jewelry items inside, they get that "Christmas morning" feeling of unwrapping a gift that is just their own. And when those gifts are custom-made? Well, that's just the icing on the cake.

Along with our online store, the community of women that we work with and learn from is wonderful benefit to being part of the HeartWear Jewelry family. The lasting connections that we make while bonding over a shared desire to be our best selves is inspiring and encouraging.

So, the bottom line is this -- I'm on a mission to remind women of what they already know deep down inside, and to remind them of what the Bible says of them. They are "fearfully and wonderfully made" and are more than worthy of feeling special at all times.

If you're interested in working with me, I'd love the chance to connect with you. Schedule some time on my calendar so that we can get started on your next creation or simply answer any questions that you may have about the process.



Talk soon,

Bryttani Graddick

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