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About 2018-01-29T20:01:41+00:00
EMBRACE YOUR UNIQUE-NESS

Just Go With It & See Where It Leads…

 

My name is Heidi, and my specialty is in custom hand stamped jewelry pieces.

I have been creative most all of my life in various aspects, and found myself launching So Simply Quaint in early 2013.

My goal was to create sleek, simple and stylish designs that can be worn with anything.

Every metal piece is hand cut and every letter is hand stamped. They won’t be perfectly square, and the letters won’t be perfectly aligned …but that is what makes each piece uniquely yours! A little, “hint of whimsy” in your perfectly, quaint design. Seeing my customer’s face light up when they receive their custom piece makes the whole process worth it.

I pride myself on a commitment to quality and a desire to provide great service. I do my best to add that little “personal touch” that everyone is looking for in a final product.

I enjoy making custom pieces and am open to just about any ideas my customers may have. There is nothing like seeing the joy from customers who purchase my pieces, and hearing the stories they are willing to share about why they are purchasing a specific piece or the special person they are buying it for. It brings a smile to my face and warmth to my heart.

WHY THE NAME…

Quaint – charmingly odd, cleverly made, artful, attractively unusual, being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird.

Yep! That about explains it!

ONE OF A KIND…

Every metal piece is hand cut and every letter is hand stamped. They won’t be perfectly square, and the letters won’t be perfectly aligned …but that is what makes each piece uniquely yours! A little, “hint of whimsy” in your perfectly, quaint design. Seeing my customer’s face light up when they receive their custom piece makes the whole process worth it.

I enjoy making custom pieces and am open to just about any ideas my customers may have to get their perfect gift finalized.

Jewelry has the power to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique.

Jennie Kwon

Trends come and go, and style evolves. It’s important to have pieces of jewelry that are timeless and look chic despite ever-changing fashions.

Karen Elson