Boho Bits - Embellishments from Gwen Lafleur & Emerald Creek
Choose your Bits!
Crystal Embers: Warm, brilliant yellows glisten in these translucent fractured semi-precious stones
Mexican Fire Opals: Natural warmth is captured in unpolished stones highlighting shades of cream through soft orange
Ginger Crystals: Be mesmerized by these delicate golden-yellow crystal rods
Peacock Pebbles: Translucent qualities dance through the deep green, blue, and aqua shades of these tumbled stones
Apatite Geode Chips: A true Brazillian beauty, these raw gems display an array of subtle to rich blues laced with white and the golden shades of the earth
African Amethyst: Unearth the raw, natural purples and creams of Africa in these gems; they will amaze the beholder
Pearled Mica Flakes: Capture a stunning rainbow of shimmering warmth with these translucent flakes
New Boho Bits - Released July 2019
Amazon Adventure: A mix of cool greens and blues, this blends Amazonite, Jade, and Aventurine semi-precious stones.
Black Lava: A new favorite, the deep raw and jagged texture of Black Tourmaline meets small, iridescent Hematite stones.
Chunky Pyrite Sand: Larger than the old Pyrite Quarry Gemstones, this features larger chunks of Pyrite that are great for adding a lightly metallic texture and shine to your work.
Clear Quartz: This is a re-branded version of the old Quarry Gemstones... small chips of tumbled clear quartz that are beautiful and versatile.
Eye of the Tiger: A beautiful blend of warm, neutral semi-precious stones, this mix includes Tiger's Eye, Hematite, and Carnelian.
Red Rocks: The name says it all for this blend - a mix of red jasper chips with a touch of tumbled Carnelian to brighten it up.
Rose Quartz: Another re-branded version of the Quarry Gemstones, beautiful tumbled quartz stones with a lovely pink tint.
Tumbled Amethyst: Ranging from deep purple to lavender, these small chips of tumbled Amethyst add beautiful and unique texture and color to your work. (Also a re-branded version of the old Quarry Gemstones.)
Tumbled Carnelian: One of my favorite stones, these small tumbled chips combine a range of oranges and deep yellows, sometimes in a single stone. (Also a re-branded version of the old Quarry Gemstones.)
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