About Lunar Blue
Jennifer designs and creates earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and items such as bolo ties, key rings, charms, and lanyards. She has designed and created beaded jewelry for more than ten years. Her Ph.D. in Planetary Science, with a sub-specialty in geology, as well as her B.S. in Astronomy all give her depth of knowledge and insight about the gemstones and crystals she loves. You are on her blog right now!
Amy designs and creates hand-knotted gemstone japa malas, wrist malas, and other prayer beads. She has lived and worked in Japan; and with an M.A. in East Asian Studies, she is drawn to art and craft with an Asian aesthetic
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Amy's Mala and Devotional Blog: coming soon!
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