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Design Your Own Mala Bracelet – $15.50 (base cost)

This is a single-row mala bracelet made with an adjustable knot. You have the option of adding a charm to this bracelet if you’d like.

There are several Component Categories to choose items from to build your Custom Bracelet. There is a brief description of most beads and components to the left. Some options do not add to the cost of the mala and some do. Hover over each image to see a name and any added cost.

Keep in mind the color scheme you are envisioning throughout the design process. Choose colors, tones, and themes that work well together. But, this is your Mala so experiment and do whatever you want!

Click on the image for your selection in each category – the option you choose will be bordered in red. There will be a summary of your choices at the bottom of the page.

Once you order the mala I will make it and ship it to you as designed.


 

Descriptions, Properties and Notes on Some of the Beads

A grainy stone that ranged from light to dark green and said to bring good fortune to those who wear it.

Not actually jade but called “jade” because of aesthetic similarity, this stone is also called the “stone of many colors” because of its potential to assist in so many facets of our lives.

We stock B- grade amethyst so that not only are the beads affordable but the purple isn’t so dark it appears black. Our amethyst is a lighter yet still rich purple and is not expensive. Amethyst is one of the most ancient and historically valued stones and is worn to bring clarity and emotional understanding.

This hardwood is grown in the Philippines and features interesting patterns. This wood is also very durable.

It is under the bodhi tree that the Buddha gained enlightenment. While not actually from the tree “Ficus religiosa” these beads and similar beads have been called “bodhi seed” for many generations back (actual bodhi tree seeds are teensy tine and cannot be used in jewelry.) Let these beads accompany you on your own journey or understanding!These dark bodhi seed beads are approximately 12mm wide. If you choose these beads please be aware that a guru bead/center bead and any marker beads will be SMALLER than these beads.

It is under the bodhi tree that the Buddha gained enlightenment. While not actually from the tree “Ficus religiosa” these beads and similar beads have been called “bodhi seed” for many generations back (actual bodhi tree seeds are teensy tine and cannot be used in jewelry.) Let these beads accompany you on your own journey or understanding!These dark bodhi seed beads are approximately 12mm wide. If you choose these beads please be aware that a guru bead/center bead and any marker beads will be SMALLER than these beads.

It is under the bodhi tree that the Buddha gained enlightenment. While not actually from the tree “Ficus religiosa” these beads and similar beads have been called “bodhi seed” for many generations back (actual bodhi tree seeds are teensy tine and cannot be used in jewelry.) Let these beads accompany you on your own journey or understanding!

These beads range from a light orange-red to a deep transcendent red. These beads are work by some to encourage strength and conviction in thought and action.

This is the stone of purity and understanding. Wear this stone when pondering important questions and it just might help you to manifest a truer solution.

These simple and inexpensive wood beads have been dyed black. If you are looking for a more pure black you should consider Black Ebony Wood beads.

Hard ebony wood beads that range from a dark brown-black to pure dark black. These beads seem to resonate warm energy.

Almost the opposite of snowflake obsidian in appearance with its light, wispy grey to darker grey smoke-like patterns, this stone is used for calming and soothing. Also used to calm angry people and to de-escalate tense situations. Some say a perfect stone for our wonderful first responders!

Closely related to sandalwood, these beads are lighter and have more of a yellowish tone. these scent is similar to sandalwood but is slightly sweeter.

We offer affordable dyed lapis (much much more expensive A and B grade lapis are available at special request.) Like amethyst, lapis is a very old and well respected stone that originally was mined exclusively in Afghanistan. This is a stone of wealth, power, and influence,. Be sure to balance it with something like carnelian or unakite!

Porous and “cratery”, these natural lava rock beads will gain a lot of attention and are PERFECT for infusing with essential oils. The porous nature of lava will retain the oil and give off a pleasant scent for a long time. These beads are NOT sourced from Hawaii were the volcanoes are considered sacred.

The lotus flower is prized by spiritualists because of it’s symbolism. Like the lotus flower we struggle and strive to rise above challenges and blossom in the sun! Like “bodhi seeds” these are not actually from a lotus flower but have traditional been called “lotus beads.” Out lotus beads are un-bleached and un-dyed hence the “natural” designation. These beads run closer to 7mm.

Called “rosewood” but not actually rosewood these “tannish” beads are lightweight and are not appropriate for rough environments. However, when worn consistently these beads will darken over time as they absorb oils from your skin. The result is a very personal piece.

Sourced from Jerusalem, these beads have the distinct light and dark patterns that olivewood is known for. Beads may be slightly larger or smaller than indicated but will be consistently sized.

These pink beads have been dyed to bring out their natural beauty. This stone of love is worn to attract new love and to bring love and respect back to current relationships.

No two red flake jasper beads are the same! Wear these beads to encourage spiritual grounding and the connect with the lower three Chakras.

These beads range in color from an orange-red to a darker burnt-orange-red. This wood is sourced in Asia and is NOT from the Redwood forests of the American north-west.

Our rudraksha comes direct from Nepal and is consistently sized. The holes in our rudraksha are larger than usual and allow us to string on thicker cord than other shops.

Genuine white sandalwood imported from Nepal. these beads are tactile and aromatic and have been used by spiritualists for time immemorial. Genuine RED sandalwood is also available at special request.

Formed when magma cools, these black and white-spotted beads are said to help the wearer to regain unhindered and distracted thinking.

Striped black and gold-brown these are some of the most popular we sell. Wear tiger eye for protection and to focus the mind – use tis if you have a personal goal you want to achieve. (blue tiger eye is available as a special order).

A type of jasper, these beads have a pleasant green and orange pattern to them and are said to bring good fortune.

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Design Your Own Mala Bracelet – $15.50 (base cost)

This is a single-row mala bracelet made with an adjustable knot. You have the option of adding a charm to this bracelet if you’d like.

There are several Component Categories to choose items from to build your Custom Bracelet. There is a brief description of most beads and components to the left. Some options do not add to the cost of the mala and some do. Hover over each image to see a name and any added cost.

Keep in mind the color scheme you are envisioning throughout the design process. Choose colors, tones, and themes that work well together. But, this is your Mala so experiment and do whatever you want!

Click on the image for your selection in each category – the option you choose will be bordered in red. There will be a summary of your choices at the bottom of the page.

Once you order the mala I will make it and ship it to you as designed.


 

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Step 1 of 7 - Choose Beads

Step 2 of 7 - Choose Guru Bead

Step 3 of 7 - Choose Cord Color

Step 4 of 7 - Choose Optional Knotting

Step 5 of 7 - Choose Tassel or Charm

Step 6 of 7 - Choose Mala Bag Type

Step 7 of 7 - Choose Bracelet Size

Optional Step - Add Design Comments