Custom Devotional Necklace

Here it is! My custom-made necklace from Seb:




I was both excited and nervous about placing a custom order. I know Seb is an amazing artist and I like almost everything he makes, but I also know that I am ridiculously picky about what I like for myself. I gave him what I consider very loose guidelines to work from. I didn’t have my necklace perfectly envisioned in my own mind, which left much up to his creativity. I am so used to my husband’s talent for misinterpreting me whenever remotely possible, that I definitely had anxiety over how someone who hardly knows me will interpret my request. Of course, I can always ask for a redo, but that only adds to the anxiety. Have I told you all that I have the worst anxiety problem?? It has been strongly recommended on more than one occasion that I take medication. Blah. Stupid era of over-medication. Not happening. Anyway, back on topic, not only was I not displeased with the final product, I was extremely impressed. If I might sound corny for a moment, it’s like Seb got some sort of top-secret insider-info to my inner being and put it into the necklace. Some people are just that intuitive. My husband is not one of them, but I give him credit for the best of intentions :p

I wanted an all-encompassing stealth devotional piece. Something to wear when I don’t want to wear my Mjonir or a piece dedicated to a specific deity. I wanted it to symbolically blend the core of my personal pantheon and beliefs with my personality, which it does perfectly! My only complaint? That it doesn’t match up with my entire wardrobe. But that’s ok 🙂 I need a reason to wear my other pretties too 😉



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