I'm also too lazy to retake the pictures. :-)
This rosary comes with not a key chain but a simple metal hammered ring on the end. It's more for style than for use, although it's completely usable.
I bought these metal rings at a craft shop. You should note that these rings are actually meant for making chains, and so each of these rings are cut so that it's easy to link the next ring onto it. It's still very usable, but I thought I would throw that in there, so that people weren't thinking that I was sending them broken rings. It comes that way, and you can barely see the break.
And don't forget the beautiful symbolism of the crucifix! This is what makes the rosary itself so beautiful, I think.
|Photo Credit: Stairwaytoheaven11.blogspot.com|
There is also the Penal Irish rosary for men, and for both of these rosaries, you can choose the beads (square or round) and colors.
That being said, I'm going to do a short blogging break. I have some new ideas that I've been thinking of doing that is not about rosaries. I'm actually really excited about this, but I don't yet want to tell you what it is until I get the new products out. Anyway, because I'm going to be busy with this new idea, I won't have time to make new rosaries and blog about them. However, I will be keeping my shop open and I will continue to take orders. I'm not giving up my rosary making; but I just feel like expanding my horizons in the world of clay. :-)
So keep your eyes open, the new products will be listed in my Roses for Mary store---if they should sell pretty well, I just may open a second etsy store. But we will see.
And as a last minute endeavor to promote my Immaculate Conception chaplets, I actually sold one today! Yes, I'm excited because no one was buying them! Remember, no profit goes to me, only to remake more. Please consider buying some for yourself, your family, First Communion classes or just anyone. I'm more than willing to help out with price on bulk listings and give discounts.
See you soon!