Future Oxygen bracelets. The 1/2″ beads hold many different designs, but on the inside house tree seeds. The bracelet will grow into a white pine tree, and as you see here we’re working on our front yard, and here’s our new porch so far. Next is the landscaping such as a new patio, and because of all this we’re going to mark this happy occasion by my hubby and I planting our white pine together.
The bead is braided onto a 9 inch hemp yarn cord for softness & made from non-toxic, biodegradable pulps and clays with a non-toxic coating that creates a water resistant barrier. The knot and loop attachment design makes the bracelet easy to take on and off, or to adjust the sign by adding a knot(s). The bracelet can get wet, but not soaked so. . . no swimming, showers, or hot tubs with your bracelet on!
To plant the pendant simply soak the entire piece in water for an entire day (24 hours) and then plant outside or start in a pot. Keep the dirt moist until the tree sprouts. Now some people plant trees when a child is first born or when they move into a new house in sort of celebration. My husband and I are going to plant the white pine as soon as our new patio & porch is finished so they can grow together. My granddaughter has kept the necklace, which is the wild flowers is she planted it, but she’d rather wear it for a while. She thinks it’s cool.
Now this company also has a new program called the Smile Exchange. For every piece of jewelry sold on our website, Future Oxygen will donate a bracelet to a child in need through Ele’s Place or Operation Military Kids. The idea is to help bring a smile to a child’s face as they are grieving over the loss of a loved one, fighting an illness, or missing a parent deployed overseas. Here are the websites:
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