Sacred Owl Totems: Behind the Scenes

Since the introduction of my Sacred Owl Totems about a month ago, I am in complete awe at how well they have been received. To date, I have almost sold out of these cute and magical little guys at every Shop Update. There is no predetermined design in mind for each of these mini sculptures, instead, they are made with a creative free flow. That is, I sculpt, paint, and embed stones as my gut tells me. I do believe the the crystals I incorporate help me shape and design these guys with the maximum good vibes. There is something about holding a crystal in your hand, it's hard to describe, but you can feel the positive energy. I know this energy is infused with the clay and makes these owls sculptures not only cute, but powerful with the energy of the crystals in their bellies. 

Glorious Tiger's Eye

Glorious Tiger's Eye

Tree Agate. Don't they look like little bird eggs?

Tree Agate. Don't they look like little bird eggs?

After sculpting and embedding the crystals. L--R: serpentine, bloodstone, aquamarine, labradorite. This is a black natural clay.

After sculpting and embedding the crystals. L--R: serpentine, bloodstone, aquamarine, labradorite. This is a black natural clay.

More sculpted owls. These guys are made with natural red clay. L--R: sodalite, amethyst, leopard jasper, mookaite jasper, and rainforest jasper (Jasper is my favorite, can't you tell?) 

More sculpted owls. These guys are made with natural red clay. L--R: sodalite, amethyst, leopard jasper, mookaite jasper, and rainforest jasper (Jasper is my favorite, can't you tell?) 

I love finding labradorite that has a beautiful flash!

Snowy Owl with Labradorite

Snowy Owl with Labradorite

Sacred Owl with Apache Tears

Sacred Owl with Apache Tears

Sacred Owl with Tiger's Eye

Sacred Owl with Tiger's Eye

All Sacred Owl Totems are one of a kind and will never, ever be recreated. I am open to suggestions from my lovely customers, and will try to incorporate ideas as they fit. Thanks everyone for reading! xo Emily