Catholic Confirmation Gifts For Her Unveiled By PinkSaltRiot Jewelry

A new line of Catholic Confirmation Gifts for Her has been launched by PinkSaltRiot Jewelry, in time for the many Spring Confirmation celebrations that will be happening across the United States.

Oklahoma City, United States - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

PinkSaltRiot Jewelry has announced additions to its line of Catholic and Christian jewelry, in time for the wave of confirmation celebrations that will happen in the wake of the Easter season. The focus of the line is “Catholic Confirmation Gifts for Her,” and has been launched by PinkSaltRiot Jewelry to help catechumens and confirmandi celebrate their reception into the church.

The various jewelry styles can be viewed on their website: https://pinksaltriot.com/product-category/confirmation-gifts/

When asked about her jewelry line, Jill Simons, PinkSaltRiot’s creative director and founder, shared these thoughts, “Pink Salt Riot jewelry is unique because it puts the simplest words and phrases of the Christian faith directly into the daily lives of our customers, creating that moment by moment call to prayer and communion with God. It is a really spiritually grounding experience to be able to grab your keys or fiddle with your necklace and have that simple action turn your thoughts to God.”

The jewelry commonly, including the Confirmation Jewelry Line, features charms that incorporate words that are designed to inspire, including phrases around the themes of hope, joy, peace, love, truth, and grace.

Every piece of jewelry is handmade in the Oklahoma studio overseen by Simons. “We make products that help you remember to practice joy,” stated Simons. “Our lives are crazy and hectic these days; our jewelry seeks to be fashionable, and yet provide a gentle little reminder to the wearer that the should always focus their lives on their relationship with God.” She continued, “the purpose behind our jewelry is not to be boisterously overt, but subtly covert. When you wear our jewelry, most people will assume at first glance you’re simply wearing a normal piece of jewelry; however, the wearer will be reminded – every time they feel the jewelry – of the calling they have to be holy in the world.”

Some of the jewelry is intended to be used in prayer, such as the Rosary bracelets that they make. Rosary bracelets can be viewed here: https://pinksaltriot.com/product-category/rosary-bracelets/

One fan of the company stated, “What I like about PinkSaltRiot is that it’s not just ‘jewelry featuring Jesus’ – it’s got this simple and sublime beauty about the whole design and presentation.”

PinkSaltRiot Jewelry features various kinds of handmade jewelry for various occasions, including confirmation, first communion, graduation, and more. They make various styles of jewelry, including necklaces, rings, pins, and more.

Contact Info:
Name: Jill Simon
Email: hello@pinksaltriot.com
Organization: Pink Salt Riot Jewelry
Address: , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159, United States

For more information, please visit http://pinksaltriot.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313763

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