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Thursday, July 10, 2014

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Bringing you lovely readers beauty on a daily basis is something we don’t take lightly here at the BSP. It is an honor and we truly enjoy the opportunity to be a part of introducing you to these amazing artists and makers. The inspiration we take away is really just the icing on the cake. Today’s contributor is yet another example of why we love what we do.

Kristen Molenhouse of Glamrocks Jewelry creates stunning, one-of-a-kind pieces that honor simplicity with a modern edge. Molenhouse handcrafts every piece out of her studio in Chicago and her work is simply gorgeous. The Sandstorm Necklace is a personal favorite. Glamrocks Jewelry is a haven for the kinds of pieces you save and pass down. There is meaning and intention and a timeless beauty attached to each piece. Take a look through the shop and find your own inspiration.

Glamrocks Jewelry is giving away one Rattlesnake Bracelet, Upper Arm Cuff to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, July 17th.
Please visit Glamrocks Jewelry and tell us: What advice would you give to your twelve year old self?
Start checking the winner’s box on Tuesday, July 22nd, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Tiffany says:

    Enjoy every moment life brings you. The good, the bad, you can learn from everything that comes your way.

  2. 2
    Juliet Farmer says:

    remember all the boys who break your heart from here on, because one day you’ll have an amazing husband and most of those boys from your past will be divorced! 

  3. 3
    Jessica says:

    Kelly Kapowski IS wearing shorts under that scrunchie adorned shirt. Do not go to school without pants. 

  4. 4
    Holli says:

    Do more. Enjoy more. Get off the couch and explore more. TV can wait. In a decade, all the shows you can’t miss now will be on demand for you to enjoy whenever, wherever.

  5. 5
    Elizabeth says:

    Dear Twelve-Year Old Self,  
    I’ve got some great news for you.  No matter what you do, you aren’t going to totally ruin your life.  Take a deep breath, and let yourself have permission to make some mistakes. And one more thing. You need to learn to do something REALLY important.  It doesn’t seem important now, but I promise you, it’s VITAL.  You need to start telling people how you feel.  You need to tell your dad when you don’t like going out on “dates” with him.  You need to tell your mom when she’s hurting your feelings.  Yes, it’s easier to hide your feelings because it makes other people happy, but, oh baby, it’s going to hurt you SO much in your life.  If you keep hiding what you are actually feeling, thinking, and wanting, you are going to have a lot of sorrow.  Still, like I said earlier – don’t worry.  You’re not going to mess up your life.  Sorrow is okay.  What’s beautiful is what follows that sorrow.  It’s not the falling down that reveals who you are (we all do that!), it’s how gracefully you get up. 

  6. 6
    Susanna B. says:

    Don’t stop playing music! Everyone is telling you to stick with it and you’ll be happy you did when you’re an adult- they are right! 

  7. 7
    Carolyn says:

    Seek help earlier. You spent over a decade being sad without knowing why, but there are answers and solutions. Don’t feel like you have to do it all by yourself.

  8. 8
    Nikki says:

    Don’t grow-up to fast, you will get to be a beautiful adult forever–just enjoy being a beautiful kid for now! All the things you are longing for will pass into your life, you don’t have to hurry up and make them happen!

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    Kat says:

    The world is much bigger than what is around you right now.  

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    Lauren P says:

    Don’t be afraid to try. You might feel embarrassed, scared, and lost, but those feelings are temporary. What you gain from putting yourself out there is worth the risk and lasts a lifetime. 

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    Samantha S says:

    Don’t let the haters get you down, twelve-year-old self–you’ll grow into your face and you’ll even think you’re pretty someday. Also, don’t worry about what your classmates think, refuse to play dodgeball. You had the power to stop the strong kids from ganging up on the weak every day.

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    sam says:

    Don’t take everything personally.

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    Donna F. says:

    If he doesn’t like you, he doesn’t see your real beauty!

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    Norma Holleman says:

    enjoy your age……..life goes by way too fast……it’s a beautiful time of growing and maturing.  Stay true to yourself and don’t let others make you feel unworthy or unloved!!

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    Monse says:

    Enjoy the little things! Don’t let the negative get to you…learn to let go and enjoy life. Be a kid for as long as you can, you have years to be an adult. 

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    jane says:

    dear 12-year old self,

    life’s gonna throw you some fast balls. you’ll miss some but you’ll catch some too, so don’t get too upset about those you missed, learn from those, practise and then you’ll be able to catch the rest.
    people are gonna diss and put down what you believe, but stand firm. there are things we’re willing to live for, but true convictions are what we’re willing to die for. find something you’d not only be willing to live for, but also to die for.
    time flies too fast, so treasure every moment. no one can predict those random curve balls like losing a classmate to cancer in less than 10 years, or seeing your former teacher get married and having not 1 but 2 babies within 3 years! some surprises sting but others rock, so always expect the unexpected.
    remember not just to love but also to show it. because people won’t know that you love them until they see it, so don’t let it be too late.

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    brenda says:

    So you don’t have everything else has…You have enough.

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    brenda says:

    typo…above 🙁
    So you don’t have everything everyone else has…You have enough.

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    Jenn says:

    Stop trying to be perfect. It doesn’t not exist. That is what makes this world beautiful. Imperfection.  

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    Sparrow says:

    Stop being so damn self conscious and just do. Play music without caring how you people perceive you. Kick trash in gym class. Be smart. Don’t take rejection so personally. And when that bully pinches your bum in social studies and the entire class laughs, turn around and clock him.

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    Andrea Drummond says:

    That it’s okay to wear clothes from the thrift store. One day it will be fashionable and  you can rest assured those bullies that made fun of you are now years behind  you in fashion!

  22. 22
    Jennifer says:

    I would say: you’re beautiful, thin and perfect, just the way you are. Stop sweating the small stuff and do the things that make yourself happy. And study harder.

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    Heather S says:

    Don’t try so hard to do everything right, to be perfect. Do your best, that’s all you can do. Don’t be afraid of failure, that will hold you back. That will stop you from doing the things you want to do. It’s ok to make mistakes. You’ll learn more from your mistakes than doing things the right way. Everybody makes mistakes, there’s no shame in that. And most importantly, try. Always try. The worst thing that can happen is that you don’t succeed, and it’s not the end of the world. Keep trying, never stop trying. The best things in life don’t come easily, you have to work hard for them. You’ll never get them if you don’t go for it.

  24. 24
    cindy says:

    Don’t worry about what everyone else thinks. Do what makes YOU happy.

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    Amie A says:

    Trust me… you’re really going to appreciate having small boobs.  

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    Kelly M. says:

    Every body is different. Not ‘everybody’ – every. body. Love yours, not matter what it looks like.

  27. 27
    Melinda KE says:

    Don’t put off  learning or trying to do things that you are passionate about out of embarrassment that you are new to it.  Being good at something takes time and practice, but you have to start somewhere before you can get to where you want to be. Some people will try to embarrass you or make you feel small for not knowing certain things, but rest assured we all must start somewhere. 

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    Charlotte D. says:

    Enjoy your childhood.  Don’t be in hurry to grow up because there is plenty of time for that.

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    Shayna says:

    Hi folks, it’s a small thing, but i thought i would share.I was at Costco in the mddlie of the day, with time to spare. How rare!I noticed that the two folks behind me were each holding a single item. Well, no problem. I asked each of them if they would like to go ahead of me, and what do you know they did!Since the checkout crew at Costco are a well-oiled team, it only took an extra 3 minutes out of my day, and made those customers pretty happy.Pay It Forward!

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    Nelson says:

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    Sue F says:

    FINISH COLLEGE
    DON’T DO DRUGS AND
    LISTEN TO YOUR PARENTS