Makin’ A Statement Thanks To Jenna


Humor / Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Y’all know Jenna from Call Her Happy right? She’s like this crazy embroidery diva. She just started her Stitch-a-Long with a free succulent pattern.  Last week she wrote up and shared another pattern for Lent at CatholicMom.com.  And if all this leaves your fingers cramping because embroidery sounds hard and impossible, she even has a tutorial up to walk you through the whole process. 

She’s got talent that far outshines my finger knitting skills. So when a package arrived from her last week, I was so giddy, because I knew she was getting ready to launch an Etsy shop full of cute mini embroidery hoop charms. Guys, it was better than anything I could have imagined!

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How did Jenna know I needed a new statement necklace?! She’s a mind reader folks! Paired with my house slippers and my puffy vest, I’m pretty sure I look like I stepped straight out of an Usher music video.

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Here’s a off-color close up of the pendant. Now don’t worry. If you’re not into large necklaces, Jenna has more petite designs as well. AND she’s running a giveaway on Instagram right this very second to celebrate the opening of her shop. Do swing by and enter and if on the off-chance you can’t find something in your style, she’s all over your custom order too.

Thanks again Jenna! Hopefully I’ll be rocking this at Edel since otherwise, someone(s) doesn’t want to be seen in public with me wearing it coughcoughWHOLEFAMILYcoughcough. But I’m storing it on the wall in my dining room, surrounded by family pictures where it makes everyone do a double take so, that’s pretty awesome too.

6 Replies to “Makin’ A Statement Thanks To Jenna”

  1. Let’s talk about the real artist here: you. You have taken my creation to a new level of high fashion Bra. Vo.

    And, thank you one million for this. You’re a gem, and I had a blast making this for you!

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