Fleur-de-lis for you....

Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, is a town settled in the mid-1700's by French Canadians traveling down the rivers from Canada. Did you notice the 'e' on the end of Sainte? That's not a typo. Ste. Genevieve was a woman and patron saint in France living between 422-512 (ish--you know how uncertain old records can be).

When established as a town the fleur de lis was selected to represent Sainte Genevieve. I'm always asked about a fleur de lis product. So....This month, I'm introducing the first two pieces of my new fleur de lis line!

The necklace....     

Click on the pictures and hurry over to my Etsy shop to make your purchase before the first ones get away!

The earrings...

As the line expands, I'll be offering these in several colors. Have a color in mind? Just ask!

Watch for next week's post where I show you "How to ..." (You didn't think I'd tell, did you? Heheee)

Have a blessed week!


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