Gifts for your Inner Child!


My muse has been busy these past few weeks. When I am not at the Needle Factory, my spare time is usually spent playing with beads, baubles and crystals. This past winter seemed extra brutal. Many of my patients, as well as my husband and myself came down with that nasty flu virus that seemed to last for an eternity. The weather was cold, dreary and no snow! During that time my muse reappeared. A new line of crystal jewelry and Faery Bubble Wand Scepters was born. Our house looks as if a bead factory exploded. Glitter and beads are everywhere. (I think the faeries like it.)

Now that summer is almost here my intention is to play more, enjoy life and allow my inner child to have some much needed fun. I encourage all to do so. All work and no play makes for a cranky acupunk!

Do you remember blowing bubbles as a child? Why did you stop playing? Bubbles are precious moments of magic. Fragile rainbow orbs floating to heaven. Bubbles have been used in art since ancient times to represent auras and halos of Angels, Buddhas and Hindu deities. Glinda the Good Witch in the Wizard of Oz movie floated down in a beautiful pink bubble. Those who practice meditation or do protection rituals against negative vibrations visualize a white bubble of light around them before leaving the house.

These beautiful bubble wands are adorned with crystals, shimmering beads, sea shells, magical charms and repurposed sari ribbon. Every bubble scepter is unique. Each bubble scepter wand comes with an easy ecofriendly recipe to make your own bubbles at home

Each wands holds a bit of enchantment waiting to be unleashed. Make a wish as they dance around you. In the words of Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother… Bippity Boppity Boo!

Go play.

To see the entire line of Faery Bubble Wand Scepters please visit:

Bubble Wand Pendant with Clear Quartz Crystal, Labradorite, Rose Quart. 24 inch silver ball chain included.

XL Bubble Wand Scepter with Quartz Crystal, Rose Quartz and Chalcedony

Mermaid Bubble Wand Scepter with Starfish

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