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P.O. Box 672
Zionsville, IN
United States of America

469-515-1096

We specialize in unique handmade jewelry, created entirely from fruit and seeds found in the Amazon Rainforest by a small group of Colombian women artisans.  Our goal is to create an exotic, environmentally inspired look for you, while empowering these women artisans through sustainable work opportunities and added financial support, that goes beyond fair trade.

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Testimonial from Dana in New York

Carolina Locker

Dana from New York is the reason we do, what we do!

Dana from New York is the reason we do, what we do!

Dear Colombian Girl Jewelry,

I am writing to tell you how much I Iove my new necklace that I received!  I ordered the "Bosque del Amazonas" in Blue Rainbow, and wasn't sure exactly what to expect.  Can a necklace made from a tagua nut, acai berries, and cantaloupe seeds really look fashionable?

When I received the necklace, I fell in love with it instantly!  The necklace is exquisitely well-made, well-priced and so original.  It was very easy to adjust with a well made mechanism, and the matching earnings were really cute.  I have worn it so often, it dresses up any outfit.  I have also received many compliments on it - it's a great conversation starter to explain what the necklace is made of, people honestly can't believe it.  They are so original that I am planning to get a few more items as gifts. 

I also love that the women in Colombia benefit from every necklace sold, it's very empowering.  I hope your business continues to prosper.

I have attached a "selfie" of myself wearing the necklace and matching earrings with a plane sweater and jeans. Feel free to post on facebook and tag me!

Most Sincerely,

Dana

Finding Inspiration in the Simple Things in Life, May 12, 2014

Carolina Locker

This little Colombian Girl touched our hearts.

This little Colombian Girl touched our hearts.

This little Colombian Girl left a lasting impression on us during our latest trip to Colombia.  Indeed, Colombia is a place where the little things can make all the difference ... afterall, what could be better then enjoying a bunny and lollipop, all at the same time?  :)  This is the country we love, and we're doing all that we can to make a better day, and better life, for many other "Colombian Girls" through our jewelry.  Read more about them at:

http://www.colombiangirljewelry.com/about-us/.

"Shop Til You Drop" on March 22, 2013

Carolina Locker

One inspiring woman named "Pat" creates all her purses from hand, each infused with its own special inspiration.

          We hit the road for our 2nd event of the year "Shop Til You Drop" in Parker, Texas.  This event was sponsored by the Parker Women's Cub, a non-profit organization providing opportunity for women of Parker to support their city through community service, charity, and fellowship.  Items available at the show included handmade gifts, home decor, furniture, and of course JEWELRY!  Yet again, we met an incredible ensemble of women who are "plugged in" to their community, supporting local women through the purchase of goods, selling products they created at home, or who were simply out to encourage us.  One such inspired woman we met, named Pat, is from CrossMyHeartBags http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrossMyHeartBags, and she handcrafts purses from recycled fabrics, all with a wide range of meaning, conveyed through descriptions and little messages on the side of the purse.  Her core message is one of Christianity, but she also creates custom jobs ranging from sports teams to pets.  Pat reminds us a lot of the women artisans working in Colombia to produce our jewelry, intent on producing a unique work of art with their hands to the delight of female consumers, all over the world.  That "delight" of the creative female artisan is not equivalent to the dollar amount on the price-tag, cannot be expressed through science or formulas, and certainly does not come from a machine  -- it is spontaneous and it really feels like "magic" for anyone that has ever dared to create!

          Thank you Pat for making your "purses with meaning" available to the rest of the world!  And thank you to the women back in Colombia for their innovation and passion, allowing us to finally experience organic jewelry here in the States.

Our First Event "Diamonds & Pearls: A Celebration of Women" March 9th, 2013

Carolina Locker

Our first official booth, showing off our new line of "organic jewelry."

          Hello world!  This was our first official jewelry fair, and what an event it was, all in support of emerging women leaders.  Sponsored by Millenium Professionals at Collin College in Frisco, Texas, the keynote speaker was Dr. Patricia Williams who addressed a large crowd of women on the importance of strong women leadership at home and in corporate America.  The brief symposium was immediately followed by a marketplace consisting of local women businesses/vendors.  This was our first opportunity to sell directly to clients, and we were happy to hear strong words of encouragement, not only in terms of the natural beauty of our jewelry but also in support of the women in Colombia that actually create it.  It appears this collection will take strong root here in Dallas, and has the potential to bridge a large geographic and cultural gap between women living in the U.S. and women living in Colombia.