Talisman Set #31: Oak, Ivy, and Ribbon Jasper

This talisman set has sold.

I’m leaving this post here anyway, exactly as is, because most of my sets are shown through private viewings, e.g, my newsletter, so I list a few sets here to introduce my sets to site visitors. Blessed be!
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Consisting of three unique talismans, the set is for one buyer who’ll think, “This is mine.”

I ritually blessed all the amulets in a major Faerie rite.

I scored, acquiring a handful of one-of-kind carved stones, carved with true artistry. Having them near me makes me happy, pure and simple, because I love stones, drink in beauty, and am thrilled to find unique pieces to create amulets for unique individuals.

Among the carvings was an amazing spider I made into an amulet for this set.

This talisman wallhanging calls Spider Goddess(es) into your home to bless it:

My experience is every Spider Goddess I’ve met, regardless of the culture from which She arose, gave me the power to bring the metaphysical into the most mundane activities, so they embody spiritual and physical beauty, bring contentment, and are of immense service to others.

The stone is ribbon jasper, which I find exudes happiness and contentment.

I am hooked on ribbon Jasper, can’t get enough of it. It has a happy, grounded energy that is always a good addition to my day. Plus, that earthy feeling doesn’t keep magic away but, instead, helps plant my feet on the ground so my head can be safely in the clouds. I also love the way the stone’s different layers of color come forth in a carving.

This amulet will do its magic when hung anywhere in the home. Or put it on your altar. You could instead use this charm to bless a space other than a home.

Stone and wood combined delights my Fey heart. Copal (the large bead) is somewhat like amber and comes from trees, so for me it’s like wood, but with its own special traits. My experience is that copal is an ancient energy that is both solar and grounding. The three larger green beads are chrysocolla.

All the beads are designer beads. The tiny ones might actually be limited edition. It takes time to find the right looking beads, let alone with large enough holes for what I do. Even tiny designer seed beads might be costly. Time and money spent are worth it; I try to create sacred songs with jewelry; the wrong beads might make the melody go flat. Modern bead makers have amazing techniques. For example, beads can be etched or subtly multicolored, as if time had weathered them, creating an aged look perfect for my designs. Or a luscious patina can add an otherworldly feel.

This set also has a talisman pendant crafted of oak.

This amulet:
* Gives you strength, prosperity, protection, and overall
blessings.
* Opens a door into enchanted realms and their Fey Mysteries.
* Empowers you to find the power and potential in that which is small.

On one side of the pendant, I wood burnt the Ogham letter for oak. My pyrography is done ritually to add yet more power. (Pyrography is the art of burning designs in wood.)

The natural markings on this and the following pendant are beautiful on both sides. Wear either side front.

This set also includes an amulet pendant crafted from ivy wood.

Ivy is commonly known as sacred to the Green God. Thus, ivy wood could give you vitality and free your energy, so your confidence, determination, and overall power come forth more fully. Ivy also revs up your sexuality.

Since ivy “belongs” to the Green Man, I think it should also belong to the Green Woman: Elen of the Ways. For me, She has all the powers of the Green God. My sense of Her also is that, for those who want nature’s power but need it channeled to them gently, She can do that for them. He can too, but sometimes a person finds it easier to accept that gentleness and sensitivity from Her.

Since the Green God and Green Goddess both embody living fully, I feel this ivy amulet would help you be in the moment.

This is good jewelry to wear in honor of the wild Green God and Goddess.

On one side of the amulet, I pyrographed the Ogham letter that corresponds with ivy.

This ivy pendant was actually mine. The time came when it wanted to move on. So I gave it a nice cleaning with an oil-beeswax finish and added a fresh new cord to it.

If you want ivy wood, grab this set. I only have one other piece of ivy I will part with and may not be able to acquire more.

To benefit from the power of either pendant, when you don’t want to wear it or otherwise carry it on you, put it on your altar.

Cost for the set is $130 plus $8.50 shipping. I ship only to U.S. non-military addresses, via USPS priority. Pay securely with PayPal:





Your set will arrive with simple care instructions to keep your talismans beautiful. I’ll also enclose a print up of this PDF.

All wood was ethically harvested, and finished with a natural beeswax and oil treatment. All the amulets are strung on waxed cotton cord.

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