Introducing our Framed Conifer Wonderland Pendants - Beth Millner Jewelry

Introducing our Framed Conifer Wonderland Pendants

July 20, 2018

Introducing our Framed Conifer Wonderland Pendants

There is nothing quite like a conifer forest. Needles crunching underfoot, the smell of mint laced sap, and the warm sun trickling through the shady branches. It's the perfect place to go exploring, or curl up at the base of a tree to read. In a hectic world, these spots are where you go when you need to slow down.
Each Framed Conifer Wonderland Pendant is handmade out of recycled metals and Michigan Greenstone. The frame design makes these one of a kind pieces look like tiny pieces of art that allow you to bring a sense of beauty and stillness with you wherever you go.





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