To be honest, I don’t wear a lot of jewelry. Just my engagement and wedding rings, plus a small hoop through the top of my ear that I never take out. I also have a couple necklaces and a few pairs of earrings that I’ll throw on when I’m going out. But, I mean… come on! Tree slice earrings?! I just had to have ’em.
So I hopped on over to Etsy and found a shop called MountainAdornment, which is based out of the Canadian Rockies – a place I spent much time in as a child. The shop owner Janell was so lovely and helpful and sent me – upon my request – the smallest pair of tree slice earrings she had. They’re made of spruce and I absolutely love them.
All of the nature themed jewelry pieces below are handmade and all come from Etsy. I chose shops located in Canada and the United States since most of my readers are from those countries. But many of the shops ship internationally for a reasonable price – or free! You could also try searching for nature-inspired jewelry and see what you find near you.
These nine items are just a small portion of what is available on Etsy. Feel free to look around and see what treasures you come up with!
Note that this post contains affiliate links, meaning if you click on a link and make a purchase a small percentage of the sale goes to yours truly. Please know that I only link to products that are good for the earth, good for the soul, or both!
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OH, AND LET’S BE FRIENDS TOO…
Posted on February 19, 2019
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