Project: Weirdstone of Brisingamen

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I got the most fantastic present from my sister to really get how fantastic it is here is a little background.

cover art for the edition of the book we had
cover art for the edition of the book we had

When we were little girls (in all the senses) we both separately adored the book Weirdstone of Brisingamen,  it was given to us by our Mum and started both on a life long love of fantasy and magic. In this book the girl Susan has a bracelet that turns out to have the powerful Weirdstone passed down from mother to daughter for generations.

My sister found two stones that match some of the magical descriptions of the stone in the book and asked me to make us bracelets.

Of course this is the perfect excuse to go back and read the book for more inspiration… I’ve also heard that Alan Garner has written a third book in the series!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two dark opals with flares of green and red

Two dark opals with flares of green and red