Peitersite

Hubby found these beauties at a pawn shop a few weeks ago. Loving these high vibrating stones. Also known as the "Tempest Stone". Known to take Shamanic journeying to a whole new level.

Amber

When Amber contacted me about creating a mala for her, she asked for energy and patience. A single mom with small children at home. She also works with children daily so she needs both, for sure. Her favorite color is brown so the first stones that came to mind were Tiger's Eye. I've also had... Continue Reading →

Yellow Tiger

Not too long ago I was at the bead store and this bright yellow strand was just screaming for me to pick it up and study it. It reminded me of summer and a slice of lemon pie. Fascinated to see what I could do with it I brought home a few. Nothing quite seemed... Continue Reading →

Coral

I have this friend and she's super amazing. She inspires me daily just for the fact that she lives life out loud. Damned if she doesn't have some really rough days and with all honesty, throws it out there for everyone to see. If you read her blog she leaves it all on the table... Continue Reading →

Mookite Power

There are some days when I walk in to a bead store and certain stones will just call to me. This was the case with Mookite. I had visited our local store a few times before I decided to buy them and I was oh so excited to work with them. Enamored with the different... Continue Reading →

Kayla

Born at the end of February this girl is a mini me. Only a couple days into Pisces and she was raised by an Aquarian mother so she's a little wacky. A loyal friend to all, she's experiencing this lifetime in full color. Created using mixed Tigers Eye, Carnelian, Onyx, and Rose Quartz. Flower medallion... Continue Reading →

Re-purposed Rosary

I was asked to incorporate a rosary that was given to my husband by his friend. It had been purchased in Jerusalem by his friends aunt and through the rounds became my husbands. For years it has been hanging on every car mirror we've ever had but had finally lost most of the beads and... Continue Reading →

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