Clipping Money: Review: Zymbol Interactive Jewelry


Review: Zymbol Interactive Jewelry


Recently, I was sent an amazing piece of jewelry. ZYMBOL is a line of interactive jewelry that was accidentally created when Sally Short, the founder, wrote "Love is All U Need", stacking each number on top of the next. She added a peace sign to complete the design and called it the Love and Peace pendant. When the Short family finally received the pendant after it was cast, they saw it sitting sideways and noticed the letter K.  Sally's daughter, Merida, exclaimed that there is no K in the phrase LOVE IS ALL U NEED, and that got the family to search for more letters that weren't in the  phrase. It turned out, every letter of the alphabet, as well as every number can be found within the symbol. SCORE!!

The Short Family decided they would use that inspiration to start a line of Interactive Empowerment Jewelry based around that symbol and they named it the Zymbol because it's a symbol of all the letters from A to Z.  

Zymbol is interactive because it allows whoever receives the pendant to trace out a message of inspiration while wearing it.  So whether it means the same thing to them each time, or they seek out a new meaning each day, it still means something and the possibilities are endless.  

And here's something very touching about Zymbol - for each symbol sold - one is gifted to a Children's Hospital!!    Check out this link to watch a touching video about this huge act of kindness. 

ZYMBOL spreads love, hope, inspiration and empowerment to children.
For every Zymbol you purchase, we GIFT an acrylic pendant to a child in the hospital.

With the pendant, each child receives an activity sheet with blank practice Zymbols to TRACE and S-P-E-L-L out their personal message of inspiration and encouragement. That message can change and evolve each day, or remain consistent.
I received a Large Pewter Pendant from ZYMBOL and I love how unique and interesting it is.  It is a great statement piece and it's not hard to find and trace whatever letters you want in order to make out an inspirational word or quote. My children loved coming up with a few quotes. There was never a wrong answer. Didn't matter who came up with the phrase... my 11 year old, my 7 year old or my 4 year old. The possibilities are endless!!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.