the terrarium necklace
macrame bracelets from my good friends, the eden's rose foundation.
they look great stacked up with turquoise, beaded, and rhinestone bracelets!
our eden's rose macrame bracelets for free people!
The Eden’s Rose Foundation helps indigenous communities around the world support themselves through diverse programs. The Macrame Project is one of their community development programs. Mostly when handcrafted items are sold the profits do not reach the people of the community in their entirety, or some of the profits get swallowed up in commissions. The Macrame Project seeks to reverse this trend by using direct trade to put the money directly in the hands of the people doing the work. So the hands that craft the beautiful macrame bracelets are the ones that receive the money.
i love jaimie's style, she always picks out the statement pieces!
and i love when one-of-a-kind pieces go to my girlfriends, b/c i still get to see them!
this is the one-of-a-king apophyllite necklace she's rocking:
the ammonite ring
statement amethyst ring - buy it here!
the feather ring. get yours here!
lindsay (left) is wearing:
the moroccan fringe bag - $150
mandala leather cuff - $48
gypsy junkies cashmere poncho - $78
adorn signature crystal necklace - $98 (buy it here)
carved crystal ring - $78 (buy it here)
juliet (right) is wearing:
embroidered leather satchel - $48
eden's rose macrame bracelet - $58
scrapbook stripy knit top - $88
brass shell necklace - $88 (buy it here)