Every week I will do a spotlight on a gemstone available in my shop. This week I will talk about agate!Pictured above are bamboo agate beads. Agate comes in many different patterns and colors (both dyed and not). There is a little something for everyone!
Here are some different kinds of Indian agate beads:
I love the mixture of light and dark greens in the beads pictured above. I also have Indian agate beads in different, gorgeous colors.
Also available are agate beads in a lot of fun colors that are great to mix and match!
Lastly, here is one of my favorites: crazy lace agate. I love all of the different colorings and patterns on each bead:
Check out more agate beads HERE in my shop! Thanks for stopping by!
Every week I will do a spotlight on a gemstone available in my shop. This week I will talk about howlite!
Howlite is naturally a white gemstone covered with interesting and unique dark lines.
Because howlite works well with dyes, there are many colorful howlite options available.
“Imitation turquoise” is created using white howlite and dying it to represent turquoise stones, making it a great, affordable substitute.
I have many fun and whimsical howlite beads available. Here are some of my favorites:
Check out my other howlite beads available HERE.
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Every week I will do a spotlight on a gemstone available in my shop. This week I will talk about aventurine.
Aventurine is said to be a lucky stone used to cultivate abundance. It eliminates negative thoughts and lets in the positive.
It is such a pretty stone; just gazing at it’s light green hue brings a sense of clarity and calmness.I also have aventurine available in other colors. These blue aventurine beads have a glistening effect that comes from small natural inclusions of shiny fuchsite, a mica material.Here are red aventurine beads. All of these aventurine beads are a form of quartz. Tiny inclusions of other minerals occur naturally within the gemstones to create a subtle shimmer.
I have several different kinds of aventurine beads available in my shop. Take a look HERE.
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Every week I will do a spotlight on a gemstone available in my shop. This week I will talk about amethyst, the birthstone for those born in February.
The amethyst gemstone beads in my shop come in both a beautiful shade of light and dark purple.
Other than the beautiful color, some say that amethyst quartz is calming stone that can cultivate peace, balance and intuitive energies.
I have round amethyst beads available, as well as amethyst chips and a mixture of gemstone bead nuggets as shown above.
Feel free to check out the many other gemstones beads I have available in my shop.
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