Inspirational Bracelets to boost your mood
There are three new bracelets that are perfect for quarantine 2020 and all for sale on Alef Bet's website.
OK, truth be told they are perfect for every day.
But, while we're living the life of the secluded, these dim and gloomy days that drag on forever have got most of us feeling down. There has to be a hopeful, silver lining somewhere, right?
It has to end someday-- lets hope it does sooner than later-- can I get an amen!
This new line of bracelets, handcrafted in sterling silver and/or dipped in 14k yellow gold are exactly what we need.
Not only is each one stunning on, heavy, and easy to wear, but their messages really resonate well with each person.
There are three to choose from, all with clickable links.
We've designed these bangle bracelets in two sizes with a simple lock and peg clasp that is very secure.
You put the peg into the closure and simply move it into place. It's somewhat similar to a belt loop.
What's even better is that with each bracelet there are two sizes to choose from, so you can have a true fit.
*standard = 7"
This means if you're a bit larger or smaller than the average (or standard) 7" bracelet you're in luck.
Side note: Did you know that a teenager has a full grown wrist? It seems strange that a teen would wear a standard size wrist even though they are not fully developed, but they do. We recommend the small/standard for teens, children, and smaller ladies.
So, what are the 3 styles? Let's take a closer look.
Each one comes in silver or gold.
Choose to wear one, two, or three bangles at a time. There is really no style advice to follow here-- wear what speaks closest to your heart. And add to what you currently wear.
Which motivational phrase speaks best to you?
Let us know in the comments, we read each one!
What is a hamsa hand amulet?
Most commonly, it is just known as a hamsa or spelled as chamsa, even khamsa.
There are many interpretations of these particular usages.
The hand is often depicted with an eye in the center of its open palm, presumably to ward off negative energies, including the gaze of envy.