When I was told by a friend that in one of her visions of Our Blessed Mother She wanted a creation with a baby theme she thought maybe a new mother and at that time I thought it was for someone else because I had already had a vision with a baby theme
On Saturday Our Blessed Mother was very clear with Her message, I had a vision of Our Lady of Guadalupe holding Her beautiful face with both hands crying and when she pulled them apart I could see Her tears and She wants us to continue praying for those unwanted babies that people keep refusing in their lives.
I could just feel Her pain and felt compelled to create this bracelet to represent Her pain and a reminder to continue to pray for those babies.
I truly wish I could convey all of Her pain but it is difficult but if this bracelet can serve as a reminder, I accomplished part of Her message
I added a one decade rosary and baby charms.
The cameo on this bracelet was sent to me by a lady that I buy other cameos from but I didn't buy any of these dark cameos of Our Lady of Guadalupe because they were too dark, but in my vision of Our Lady when She was crying, Her mantle was dark and it just over whelmed me to see how it was meant to have received this cameo.
Throughout the time I have been creating my religious jewelry I have had the privilege to have met some wonderful Spiritual people that in t...
My inspiration to continue making my inspirational jewelry
Virgin Mary- This image appeared while taking a picture of a necklace I created in honor of Our Lady o Victory. This is a reminder that Our Blessed Mother is always present in our lives. We must continue to give Her and Our Lord honor thru prayer
On December 2013 I was inspired to create my Silent Whispers Fans. All came from an inspiration by Archangel St. Michael, where I was shown this beautiful white fan with blue light emanating from it. It took me a while to grasp what I was shown and when I was guided and inspired once again, that is when I decided to follow that inspiration. I began creating them with love and respect on January 2014