'Ring' ing in Christmas!

9:32 AM

Hey friends!

Christmas is quickly approaching and we're all scrambling to find the perfect gift.  Many of you (myself included) loves to take advantage of all those fantastic Black Friday sales, and an even better way to do that is online!  You can shop to your heart's content, snuggled under a blanket while in your pajamas with messy hair.

I recently purchased two fantastic rings from an Etsy shop out of Atlanta, GA called Ringcrush!

Look how pretty the box is!

The shop includes a widely creative group that all work together to craft beautiful handmade rings, necklaces and earrings containing raw gems and crystals.  They have several metal selections, such as rose gold and natural gold, and all the stones are hand sorted and selected for each piece.  Ringcrush is having a Black Friday sale that started last night, and are offering 25% off 3 or more items, or 10% off a single item! If you have anyone you're buying for that loves eclectic and handmade jewelry (and at a great price!), check them out!

I chose a moonstone for the base ring, and an opal (my birthstone) for the secondary, both with a gold band.

"Moonstone is a master healer for women; it brings soothing, healing, calm energy and helps regain your power and inner balance. If you wear your moonstone often, you will also start receiving insights into how you are mistreating your personal energy and how to learn to love and heal yourself." -The Spruce

"Opal amplifies traits, whether those traits are good or bad, and brings characteristics to the surface for transformation. It enhances self worth, confidence and self-esteem, and helps you to understand your full potential. It also brings lightness and spontaneity. The stone is said to help stimulate originality and dynamic creativity, encourages an interest in the arts, and aids in accessing one’s true self. Because the stone is absorbent and reflective, it helps you to pick up thoughts and feelings, amplify them, and return them to their source. It is a karmic stone- it encourages putting out positive emotions and teaches that what you put out comes back to you. The opal is also a representative of justice and harmony, and is a protective stone in dangerous places." -Jewels for Me

Shop local and/or handmade this Christmas!  Avoiding fast fashion is a great way to support your community and artisans who are keeping a dying craft alive.

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