Abundant in nature, green is also the feng shui color of:
Using my knowledge of feng shui, I included green leaves which is reminiscent of Spring. As I was creating this necklace for our "Going Green" Blog Hop, it was important to me to have several different shades in order to maximize the feng shui energy effects. There are literally hundreds of greens to choose from. From fresh spring color of the newly opened leaves to the strong green of a mighty oak tree.
The color green is also very nourishing to your health, as it calms your nerves and balances your whole body by bringing healing feng shui vibrations from Mother Nature. Wearing this necklace can bring balance, harmony and stability.
Sit back, grab a cup of coffee
wow over the "green" creations of the talented UWIB Ladies!
Ann R. http://www.harvestmoonbyhand.blogspot.com/
Audrey F. http://www.audreygardenlady.blogspot.com/
Birgitte H. http://www.sewdanish.blogspot.com/
Cory T. http://www.aquarianbath.blogspot.com/ and
Jenn B. http://www.alexshares.com/
Nancy P. http://www.nancyswildwirejewelry.blogspot.com/
Rita W. http://www.ritascreativenest.com/
Robin K. http://www.nestlingsbyrobin.blogspot.com/
Robin P. http://www.pocketfullofcolors.blogspot.com/
Trudy M. http://www.mommagoddesstreasures.blogspot.com/
Wendy K. http://blog.vintageday.com/
Cory T. http://www.delicateadornments.blogspot.com/
Judy Woodley - Judy Woodley - http://www.wellspringcreations.blogspot.com/
Have yourself a good time!
Big Hugs and Chmokies,
and remember to Bloom Where You are Planted!