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I've made jewelry for as long as I can remember. I started young with those big plastic beads. In fact, I still have a couple of necklaces. As I got older (and had more money), I started working with semi-precious stones. They aren't cheap to make, but I love how pretty they are. The New Age part of me shines through as well, because you can use stones for healing as well. (Whether the stones actually work, or it's more mind over matter, I'm not quite sure. ;))

For awhile now I've been saying I should open an Etsy shop and sell some things.  Two things are holding me back, (one) I have little time to make pieces and (two) what if no one buys anything?

Whether or not I actually start a shop, I will still make jewelry because nothing makes me happier than wearing something that I created!

Chakra earrings
Red jasper, carnelian, citrine, malachite,
turquoise, lapis lazuli and amethyst


Chakra bracelet with carnelian,
as well as amethyst, lapis lazuli, turquoise, aventurine, citrine, and garnet chips

Carnelian's properties include: Protects the user from all negative emotions. Wonderful protective energy over rage, resentment, bad tempers, and anger in self and from others.   It helps one banish sorrow or depression.  Grounds energy and attention into the present. Healing for kidneys, which is one of the reasons I wear it.

Chakra jewelry helps to realign and balance the energy fields of each specific chakra, aligning and harmonizing mind, body and soul. Each color represents a specific part of the body and soul.



Rose quartz necklace

Rose quartz brings peacefulness and harmony to the wearer.
It helps balance emotions and heal emotional wounds and traumas,
even grief, bringing peace and calm.



Comments

Susan Anderson said…
I would buy those earrings in a second!

=)
Unknown said…
When can I place my order?
Ann said…
Because of the family discount I would buy from you. Plus I like those earrings, cuz they go with everything :)

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