Brazen to be Blue


True blue certainly does stand out in an Earthly crowd.  Most life forms seem to opt for an earthy hue of beige or taupe.  You have to be quite brazen to be blue.  These gemstones are compelling examples of blueness in nature.  Whatever waves of light the stones are absorbing, they are certainly bringing Rebena’s blog and your eyes good vibes this morning.

Bling or Blasphemy?

GraveyardWhat do you think of when you see crosses?  A lot of designers just want to grab a cross and flip it sideways — making the cross into a creative, beautiful piece of jewelry.  How about those upside down crosses that you see on t-shirts?  The prudes call it shallowness vanity.  The easily offended call it Satanist.  The fashion folks call it cute and crazy.  Although the cross trend is probably gone for another few years, we do like a good controversy mixed with a mysticism.  Rebena predicts that we will be seeing a lot more religious symbols mixed with bones, wicked florals and full moons in the future.