We have utilized these bracelets as a staff appreciation gift several times over the past several years. We have created an activity, where we gather everyone’s words, make the bracelets for them, and then - we draw a random bracelet, have that person come up and share why they chose that word - then that person picks another bracelet and puts in on the next person…. we carry that out until all bracelets have been given - it’s a way of connecting our entire staff one by one. It’s really a beautiful tradition and we love these bracelets for that purpose.
It’s also really special to be the person making the bracelets. For each person, I look at the word and then think of all that person has done for our staff with each letter that I stamp. I also share this with my staff to let them know just how meaningful the process is for me as a supervisor. 🥰
Our neighborhood circle of 15 each got a bracelet with “lifeline” hammered on it made by me as we all got together outdoors, masked and 6 feet apart during the Covid pandemic…keeping up support for one another.
I have had My Intent bracelets before (first Tom in 2016) and I wrote it 24/7 for about a year until it broke. I saw the option to make them available to my team. We did the word choice exercise and each person choose their word. I made each of them a bracelet, concentrating on each letter and word as them. It was very moving for me, bite even more so for my team when each person received theirs in the mail.
I'm going to do them for my family next!
This system makes it so easy to create unique pieces of jewelry!
I fell in love with this idea. Once I got a bracelet, I easily created a meaningful way for me to stay grounded, with the mindset that I wanted to carry with me all day. I have worn my bracelet for a month now and love it more every day. I plan to make a new message each month and already know what next months will be. I bought many more for clients, who love the lasting and impactful reminder that I was able to personalize for them. They gave me a word and I gave them a bracelet. Love up :)