Jewelry Review: Little Words Project


As it gets closer to the holiday season, I wanted to share one of my favorite bracelet companies, The Little Words Project.

The Little Words Project’s goal is to spread kindness from woman to woman. Their bracelets are made out of fine-cut jewels and inspiring words. The company encourages girls to share the bracelets like friendship bracelets. For example, I have a bracelet with the word “Courage” on it, and I like to give it to my friends when they need courage in their lives.

It is so easy to customize your bracelet. First, you pick the color and then you pick the word. Some of the popular words are dance, brave, confidence, and inspire. There are also many beautiful colors to choose from. My favorite jewel colors are Rose Water Opal and Light Turquoise.

Next, you choose from the following sizes: S/M and M/L. They stretch and easily fit on your wrist. I’ve never had a problem of their bracelets being too big or too small. They are comfortable and they look great with watches, bangles, and other bracelets.

My favorite part about this company is the message behind it. They encourage woman to empower each other. There are many times in life when we need strength and courage. These bracelets are little reminders to stay strong.

They make the perfect gifts for birthdays, the holidays, or graduation. When my friends and I graduated college, we all bought the same Little Words Project bracelet. They had green jewels (green is the color of our sorority) and they had the word: memories. Whenever I am missing college and being with them, I look down at my wrist and I think of the memories that we all shared together.

If you are looking for a gift for your best friends, sisters, or family members, you should definitely look into this company. The bracelets are trendy and they have a beautiful message behind them.



  1. Karen Raymond
    November 12, 2016 / 8:09 pm

    Hey Steph.. just started following.. love the posts so far……See you Thanksgiving.. Love you Aunt Karen…

    • November 20, 2016 / 10:58 pm

      Thank you so much Aunt Karen! 🙂

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