Just a quick note to let you know I am revamping my car rosary inventory, just in time for Christmas! I have several new designs coming very soon. Please check back here for pictures and more details. Some of these new designs will be a one time deal because they are made from beads that have been discontinued. So if you see one you like, check the description to see if it is a “one of a kind” design. OK? Once those are gone, I won’t be able to make any more.
This is my new Blood & Tears Infinity Rosary. The clear Aves represent tears and the red drops represent blood. It is not only symbolic of the precious blood and tears shed by Christ and those who watched him suffer, but also a symbol of the pain and suffering many people around the world live with every day. This rosary was created to be a symbol of encouragement and motivation so that we may have the strength to carry our own personal crosses with the same grace and dignity Jesus modeled for us. It is also a reminder to try and offer up our burdens for the benefit of others while keeping in mind the idea of an everlasting life (infinity cross) of happiness and peace with Christ free from earthly pain and suffering. Come by and check it out!!
Hey Everyone! This custom Liberty rosary was made using the standard 6mm Czech glass beads, but we used upgraded wire, chain and parts. The wire is 20g silver plate with 20g round link sterling silver chain. The centerpiece features St Christopher (patron of travelers) along with an Italian silver plate angel crucifix. This is an example of what you can do to personalize any rosary in the shop.
This is my new full sized Czech glass car rosary featuring jet black round beads, unique antiqued silver, diamond shaped, dice Paters and a St. Christopher medal. Unlike other car rosaries, these are fully customizable, and contain the complete lower section (instead of just 1 bead). If you would like to get more information about what colors and parts are available in this price range, please contact me.
This particular SSIR was made using beautiful light sapphire, ab clear and white pearl Czech glass beads. The photo center features Our Lady, Undoer/Untier of Knots who has recently become a popular mainstream image thanks mainly to Pope Francis. He considers it one of his favorite depictions of Mary. The original painting was created by Johann Melchior Georg Schmittdner around 1700 and hangs in the Church of St. Peter am Perlach in Augsburg, Germany. Mary is shown undoing or untying knots in a ribbon. The knots can be representative of all kinds of things from sin, world and community instability, marriage, medical, or job problems, or any personal or societal issue that seems insurmountable and beyond our reach to resolve on our own.
I recently teamed up with the National Fibromyalgia Association to create a new version of my Fibromyalgia rosary as a way to raise money and bring awareness for the millions of people who live with fibromyalgia. Many people in our country suffer with this incurable illness that is characterized by widespread pain, fatigue, depression and cognitive dysfunction, among many other symptoms. 50% of the profit from this rosary will go to the National Fibromyalgia Association, whose mission is to develop and execute programs dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with fibromyalgia. Come by and check it out!!