Thursday, November 21, 2019

Tree of Life gemstone wire wrapped Pendants

Well I definitely have some AWESOME news to share!!

I was pleasantly surprised(as this was not at all expected)when I got a mail congratulating me that my blog ARTantana had been selected as one of the Top 30 Australian Lifestyle Bloggers on the web. WOW!! Definitely a very HAPPY me!! So much motivated to be back in bloggerland again :)
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Now continuing with my post here is something very close to my heart(too many things are close to my heart LOL!!)

Who doesn't love the Tree of Life?

Multiple cultures have different mythologies involving the Tree of Life. References to the symbol have been found in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Iran, Ancient Mesopotamia and Urartu, and many more places. The symbol was widely recognized and used in ancient cultures so it is difficult to pinpoint its exact origins and how it spread throughout the world. Tree of Life Symbolism in different cultures.

Christianity - The Tree of Life is mentioned in the Bible in the Book of Genesis. It is the tree that grows within the Garden of Eden and is the source of eternal life. There are several meanings behind the Tree of Life symbol in Christianity. Some believe it to be the symbol of humanity free from corruption and sin, while others believe it to represent love. The tree is believed to have healing properties and its fruit grants immortality.

Hinduism - the Tree of Life, is depicted by the Eternal Banyan tree, a metaphor for hope.

Buddhism - the Tree of Life is known as the Bhodi-tree and is believed to be the Tree of Enlightenment. It was under this tree that Buddha reached enlightenment so it is seen as a very sacred symbol.

Celtic Beliefs - The Tree of Life is still a prominent symbol in the Celtic beliefs and is depicted in multiple forms. They believe the roots represent the ‘other world’, the trunk represents the mortal world and connects the roots and branches, and the branches represent the world above, or the heavens.

Islam - The Tree of Life is known as the Tree of Immortality in the Quran. It appeared in Eden and is the tree from which Adam and Eve ate after Allah had forbidden them from doing so.

The joy of wire wrapping these Tree of Life pendants adding gemstone chips or just a single pearl is so satisfying. They have been my best sellers so far!!
A Natural Indian Agate gemstone chips Tree of Life pendant wire wrapped in Silver (non tarnish silver plated) wire.

A Purple Pearl Moon wire wrapped silver(non tarnish silver plated) Tree of Life pendant.
A turquoise gemstone chips Tree of Life wire wrapped Pendant in silver(non tarnish silver plated)
A green gemstone chips Tree of Life Pendant wire wrapped with copper(non tarnish) wire
A Natural Fluorite gemstone chips Tree of Life wire wrapped in copper (non tarnish)wire.
A Yellow Moon Pearl Tree of Life pendant wire wrapped in copper(non tarnish) wire.

A beautiful sunny day Diya(my daughter) and I choose to take some pictures with the Tree of life.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Wish you all an awesome day!!


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  1. My friend me gifted me such a neclace with purple stones. Need to wear it this fall and winter!

  2. Well done on your award. Admire your creativity - the pendants are lovely and so varied. Thanks for joining #WowOnWednesday.

  3. These pendants are beautiful - really like the last one. Thanks for sharing on #Chicandstylish today. Jacqui x

  4. CONGRATS on being selected as one of the Top 30!! How pretty these are, I like the Yellow Moon Pearl best!! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 6. Shared.

  5. Beautiful pictures and those necklaces are fabulous!!

  6. Those are gorgeous and thanks for commenting on my post, enjoy your week...

  7. Congrats! Your post is FEATURED at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 7.

  8. These are so beautiful and unique. The perfect holiday gift. Thanks for linking over at

    Xx, Nailil