These are so fun! With a little hook at the end, these single decade rosaries are perfect to hang from your purse or your child’s backpack. My daughter discovered that they can even be a bracelet! However you use it, your reminder to pray the rosary is never far from your fingers.
What an honor to make this special rosary for Dale who is coming into the Church this Easter. His story is one of God’s many triumphs! His rosary is made with 6mm black stone beads spaced with antique silver spacers for the Aves. The Paters are 10mm twisted hematite beads that give the rosary a nice feel and a masculine, earthy look. The Paters are spaced with pewter hexagon beads and 3mm brass rounds. The Holy Spirit centerpiece and simple crucifix are oxidized metal. The back of the centerpeice says “Come Holy Spirit Enlighten Me”. Congratulations to Dale and his wonderful family!
Morgan Ann is 14 and coming into the church this Easter! What a special time for her and her family. This festive magnesite rosary was made from little crosses for the Aves and 8mm round beads for the Paters. All the spacers are 3mm silver plated beads. The pewter centerpiece is a close up of Our Lady of Guadalupe. A double sided silver plated crucifix hangs nicely with the bright pink magnesite cross.
6mm light sapphire beads are used for the Aves. 8mm celtic knot beads by TierraCast are used for the Paters surrounded by bright silver plated spacers. The chalice centerpiece is silver plated and the St. Benedict crucifix is antique silver. This simple, beautiful rosary will be available in our Etsy shop.
Drew’s rosary is made with 6mm blue stone beads for the Aves spaced with 3mm silver plated beads. The Paters are antique silver Bali style silver plated beads surrounded by silver plated and gunmetal beads. The letters, Scapular centerpiece and blue enamel inlaid crucifix are all silver plated. The St. Thomas More medal is oxidized metal.
(All components are always lead free)