Little Twin Stars Cotton Candy Necklace
~ABOUT THE COLLECTION~
This collection was inspired both by the cutest characters ever and my favorites from childhood: Kiki and Lala aka the Little Twin stars and all those kawaii character themed cafes that have been so popular in recent years. I spent hours and hours developing each charm design and sculpting them by hand. All the details were hand-painted by me. I used my over 10 years of experience as a jewelry artist and sculptor to ensure each and every piece in this collection is the highest quality as well as the cutest designs. I know these pieces are ones you will collect and cherish for years!
This charm was designed to look just like a bag of rainbow pastel cotton candy, you know the magical kind you can get at carnivals? It's even squishy and fluffy just like the real thing! The bag is decorated with beautifully detailed pastel graphic of Kiki and Lala playing on a cloud with a tiny bunny friend and a cute crescent moon. The bag is tied up with a pink satin bow. Charm is around 2 inches long. Comes on your choice of non-tarnish hypoallergenic Gold or Silver finish stainless steel high quality chain necklace, 18" length or a long Pink Ball Chain 28" length (modeled in the last photo).
This charm also comes on other styles: necklaces and earrings.
~THE LITTLE TWIN STARS STORY~
The Twin stars were born on December 24th (Christmas Eve) on Omoiyari Star in the Dream Star-Cloud. To learn how to be the best, shiniest stars they could be, they traveled a long way to Earth.
Kiki (キキ, Kiki), the younger brother, has short blue (or sometimes brown) hair. He loves star-fishing and inventing things. His curiosity about everything can make him a little cheeky sometimes. He wears a long sleeve white gown and has bare feet.
Lala (ララ, Rara), the older sister, has long pink (or sometimes blonde) hair. She can be a little timid, and she loves drawing, writing poems, and cooking! She wears a long sleeve white gown and has bare feet.
Kiki and Lala were introduced in 1975 and enjoyed popularity in the early 80s.
Returns and exchanges are not accepted for limited run items unless the item is faulty or arrives damaged in which case it will happily be repaired or replaced by me. This policy is in place to give a fair chance to everyone who truly wants to buy a limited run item.
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