Wow, wow, wow…is all I can say! I spoke with Enlighten Spiritual store, and more than half of my smudge fans have sold out within 5 days! Thank you to all who purchased them. May the smudge fans add joy to your spiritual path and practice. I still need to update the Available page, as I haven’t gone into the store yet to take stock of what’s still there.
And thank you to the returning customers who keep asking when my next batch is coming. I am awaiting shipment of cruelty free feathers (the feathers fall off naturally from the birds, so it takes a while for me to receive them.) I am anticipating my next batch of smudge fans to be available near the end of October.
I am happy and excited, to announce that I am close to finishing my next batch of smudge fan creations! It’s been awhile since I posted, mainly because I was busy creating the Spring/Summer batch of smudge fans, and the creative process just absorbed a lot of my time.
Thank you to those who purchased my smudging fans! I am grateful. May the smudging fans bring joy to your personal spiritual practice.
And thank you to the returning customers who keep inquiring at Enlighten Spiritual when my next batch of fans will be coming. There are very few smudge fans still available at Enlighten Spiritual. The store does not ship orders – the smudge fans are for in-person purchase only.
Stay tuned, as I will be introducing my latest creations (with pictures too!)
Merry Christmas to everyone, and especially to my friend “B”. As some of you may already have figured from my previous posts, I can connect with Spirit. I connected with my friend B’s departed husband, and together we made a smudging fan. (Her husband gave me the ideas, and I simply made it.) The fan had to have personal meaning, and in the end we (myself and the husband in spirit) decided to use five feathers – two brown goose feathers to represent B and her husband, and three light coloured feathers to represent their children. The brown leather handle symbolizes B’s Spirit Guide. The angel wing pendant and the red rose is a reminder to B of her husband’s love for her. Early this year, B told me how her husband would cut roses from their garden and get one of their children to deliver it to her.
Of course her husband wanted this all to be surprise, so I had to sneak it to her at a Christmas dinner. I even typed out a message on the computer and stuck it on the gift box so she wouldn’t recognize my handwriting!