My pile of stones

Stacey didn’t tell you everything about me in her book. For instance, when I’m not contracted for home decor projects or busy meeting deadlines for my home decor column, I love to make jewelry.


This necklace marks a time when God moved mightily, and serves as a reminder that God always meets His children in their moment of need. Joshua 4 describes the pile of stones made by the Israelites as memorial to God, evidence of the Lord’s powerful provision for them. It is a reminder to all future generations that God is a God of action and deliverance.

The pendant of stones can be strung on a necklace or keychain, providing a visual reminder to the wearer that God meets every need in His time and in His way.

These simple jewelry making supplies are found at Michaels and require no special tools. A combination of river stones (pre-drilled), a slim, wire rod for stacking the stones (not shown), and a connector (to attach the stacked stones to the necklace). The wire rod easily threads through the connector, allowing you to string it onto the necklace.

The only limitations are your imagination!


All white stones provide an elegant pendant that can be slipped onto a necklace or keychain.


13010220_10153879515524300_2104444604_oStacey is busy writing her third novel, so I am the new host of Makeover Monday. I reside in the fictional town of Bayview, Michigan, and Pelican Book Group is releasing my story, The Builder’s Reluctant Bride, on July 08, 2016.

Make sure you follow Stacey on all her social media sites. When my story is released in July, Stacey is hosting a MONTH of giveaways. You won’t want to miss the great, you’re-gonna-want-it prize that I made especially for her contest.

Until next time,


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