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Published on May 13th, 2014 | by gatsbyadmin

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MotherGaia Jewelry

Check out MotherGaia Jewelry!! Perfect for giving your spring and summer wardrobe that little extra flair, these custom pieces are unique in every way because they’re locally hand-made by Kylie Popejoy out of Carbondale, Colorado. She specializes¬† in the art of wire wrapping stones, arrowheads, dreamcatchers, and crystals and much, much more, given that she can do completely custom orders – just message her on her Facebook page!

Gaia is known as Mother Earth. She is the spirit of our planet and all of life on it. Shells, crystals, stones and other natural pieces of the Earth used in Kylie’s jewelry are a part of mother Earth, and now you can carry a piece of her with you when you wear a piece of custom MotherGaia jewelry!

Check out some examples of her awesome work below. Follow MotherGaia on Instagram, Facebook, then head on over to the MotherGaia Etsy page to make your first of many purchases!

 

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