I am an Origami Owl Blog Ambassador and this post has been compensated. All opinions are mine alone. #O2Journey
Thank you for following along with me as I blogged my #O2Journey on becoming an Origami Owl Designer. It has been a wonderful experience and I’ve loved learning about the company and experiencing their products first hand. I’ve loved it so much that my grandmothers will be getting Origami Owl in their Christmas stockings this year with birthstones that represent all of their grandchildren. I also started a new Origami Owl tradition for my daughter (thank you to my facebook follower for the idea). I got her a locket and will be putting in 1 new charm every Christmas. This year she is getting an “A” charm for Amelia. I can’t wait to add new charms and look back on our memories together. I get teary eyed browsing through the charms and thinking about what will end up in her locket – maybe a ballerina or a graduation cap or a wedding ring charm when she marries. If you are interested in signing up to become an Origami Owl Designer, keep reading!
WHY ORIGAMI OWL?
As a mother, a huge perk of being an Origami Owl Designer is that I can tailor my business to meet my family’s needs. I can work the hours that are most convenient for me and my schedule is totally up to me. Origami Owl offers one of the highest personal commissions in the home party industry (50% on Charms, Plates and Dangles + 30% on all other jewelry).
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
You can join our team and order a Holly Jolly Box of Happy, a starter kit that has everything you’ll need to start your business, HERE. If you have a daughter, 12 years old and up, she can sign on to the Owlette program and sell right along with you.
One of the many awesome things about this company is that once you sign on to be a designer, they pair you to a mentor that can help guide you and answer any questions you might have as a newbee. There’s also an entire website for designers that offers training, marketing materials and more. They give you the tools you need to succeed as a designer and are there to cheer you on. Once you have your Holly Jolly Box of Happy in hand, you can plan your first jewelry bar and start making money!
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