Look at 'em. They're just rocks... They used to hang out in wild places like Michigan, Massachusetts, Arizona, and Idaho. From what I hear they were tumbled around in the waters of lakes, rivers, and streams...probably for a long, long time. Their colors are diverse and beautiful, but my workshop lighting doesn't show them off well at all. (look at the pics at the bottom of this page for better colors) These rocks were pretty enough to catch the eyes of collectors who picked them up, took them home, and drilled a hole in them...ouch!
And then I bought 'em. Since pickin's are slim for beach stones aka river rocks here in Florida, I buy these babies from others.
I add a little something here and there, not that they need it. However, I need to hang them somehow! We all could use a little adornment and stones work well.
Got a little more work to do putting together these bits and pieces.
You can buy stones like these at http://www.stoneme.etsy.com
http://www.stonestudiostoo.etsy.com and http://www.plymouthrocks.etsy.com
A little wood here. A little bling there and these rocks are ready to be worn.
After-all, they're just rocks, right?
Look for these pieces at http://www.hendywood.etsy.com