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🌲 Shop News & Updates

All about the new creations and Unique Pieces of jewelry and decoration added to the store, as well as what’s happening with Wildera Art shop.

Hibernation mode

Hibernation mode

Winter is coming, and with it, the hibernation of my sweet little shop. I already told you about the unfortunate change of visa that I’m going to experience next month and the consequences that come with it – aka an extended period of forced vacations for me and my husband. So far, no other changes to declare, all that I said last week is still valid. So, first things first, I will close the shop on November 17, and the…

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Expatriate update: changing visa and the consequences

Expatriate update: changing visa and the consequences

It’s funny how it’s easy to forget about the technicalities of your residential status when you’ve settled in a foreign country for a while. Once you’ve dealt with all the challenges of the beginning, you start to build your new life and your routines, and soon you forget that you’re here on a visa that is meant to be temporary. At least I did. But things always end up changing, right? The wind turns, the moon disappears from view, the…

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Ombres Chimériques – Shop update

Ombres Chimériques – Shop update

Good morning Earth Walkers! Afternoon maybe? Here we are with a new shop update, one that I am quite passionate about, simply because this time, it is all about Fantastic & Magical Creatures! That means it involves a few of my favorite imaginary beasts like the Mischievous Jackalope and the Rising Phoenix, not to mention a few Horned Ones. Speaking of horns, this is actually the point where it all started. I was lost on Netflix – like you do…

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Classic Ogham & Rune Sets

Classic Ogham & Rune Sets

Some of the Divination Tools I like to use are my trustworthy Ogham and Rune Sets. I possess a few of them, made from different material, and I tend to use each of them for different purposes. My Seven Seas Ogham set for instance, made out of beach glass that I gathered on holidays, is used in a completely different manner than my Tiger’s Eye Set. But the ones that I love and use the most – and it’s not…

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The shop is OPEN again!

The shop is OPEN again!

It’s been a journey. I mean it, it’s been a year-long journey. But here we are, finally, and I’m so excited about it that I literally can’t stay in place right now. I started to write at my desk upstairs, then switched to my morning table beside the window (the very spot where I usually find peace – but not today apparently), and finally moved to the couch, where I’m now enjoying a sweetilicious cup of coffee (’cause you know,…

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On the Threshold

On the Threshold

First of all, let me wish you a happy new year 2019. May it be as sweet as possible, full of enchantment, poetry, and lots of nature walks ♥ Ok, let’s go straight to the question that many of you asked me, with good reason: when will I reopen the shop? Unfortunately, I can’t confirm a specific date yet. For administrative reasons among other things, but mostly because I realized that I didn’t want to go too fast, and rush…

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Rest

Rest

Summer is ending, there’s a little bit of Autumn emerging since a few days. The smells have changed in a quiet way, becoming more raw, full of earth and burning sunrise. It will be my very first Fall season here, in the Pacific Northwest, and I can’t wait to dive right into it.  Two months already since the Great Trip. Since then, I’ve been mostly silent here and else.  I was aiming to share with you my move in this…

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Lune de Sève becomes Wildera

Lune de Sève becomes Wildera

More than a month before moving my workshop studio to the US territory, and there’s still a significant change to do, partly because I want to make a small favor to you, my fellow English speakers. Lune de Sève is certainly not the easiest one to pronounce, right? So I decided to change it and to continue with Wildera!   Most of the social platforms where you can usually find me have already been updated with their new name. I’m…

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Reach for the sky!

Reach for the sky!

Ok, so… I have a big announcement to make. I mean, a huge one. And as usual, I don’t really know where to begin. Maybe I can start with a pretty photograph so you can have some sort of clue on what this is all about. Yep, just came back to my workshop, and here I am, preparing myself for a trip. I’m quite busy with all th… – A trip, really? That’s your idea of a huge news?– Ok,…

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I’m back, finally

I’m back, finally

If I set something aside for enough time, I find it kind of hard and stressful when it’s time to go back to it. And it’s obviously more difficult when this thing is a public one: I put a lot more pressure on myself when people are expecting something from me. Isn’t it weird to come back just like that after all these weeks of silence? I don’t really know how to begin, so please forgive me if my speech…

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Lune de Sève 2.0

Lune de Sève 2.0

(… since it’s the name given by a friend to encompass all the last changes in the shop and the transition that came with it, it had to be mentioned somewhere!) Change is in the air, and in my workshop too. Again, yes. I talked a bit about it lately, explaining the main reasons that made me put down my brushes. Things have made their way since, and I’ve been experiencing a period of creative fever, which resulted in a…

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I’ve put down my brushes

I’ve put down my brushes

I usually can count on two very intense creative times during the course of the year: when Fall’s coming (how can’t you be inspired by all these explosions of warm colors and enchanting scents?) and at the beginning of Spring, a period during which my workshop vibrates with the rise of the sap and the singing of the birds. In Winter, I’m more like a solitary bear, hiding inside a blanket with a hot coffee mug, waiting for brighter days…

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