New from PAXSUZbeads – the Eagle and Art Deco

paxsuzbeads-art-deco-eagleFrom the incredible designer of PAXSUZbeads, comes two brand new designs – the Eagle and Art Deco.  It’s been a few months since Suzanne’s last creation, the Diamond Heart and I have been eagerly anticipating what she has in store for us next.  I’m so happy that she hasn’t left us wondering for too long, and these new charms are well worth the wait!  Incredible detail and soulful aesthetics are the hallmarks of PAXSUZbeads and the Eagle & Art Deco certainly follow in the tradition of Suzanne’s past releases.

The Eagle is one of the noblest symbols in the US and has had spiritual meaning throughout the ages.  This magnificent creature has been nurtured back  from the brink of extinction and is now thriving in the wild. The description for this charm is:

THE EAGLE represents spiritual fortification and is believed to carry prayers. It is a source of strength, courage, wisdom, healing and illumination of spirit. It has the ability to see hidden facts and rises over the material to perceive the spiritual.

Art Deco is spot on for the trend of the season as we see the return of the Roaring ’20s in film and fashion. Art Deco was a celebrated style during the decadent days of prohibition, speakeasies, gangsters, and flapper girls.  The design combines bold geometric shapes with rich ornamentation and industrial imagery.  The PAXSUZbeads’ Art Deco is truly a work of art and a must have for any fan of this period. As is so aptly named:

ART DECO started in Paris in the 1920s. It was a movement which represented glamour, elegance and cool sophistication. It celebrated the beauty of perfection. Artists the world over have been inspired by this great movement.

The Eagle and Art Deco are available in Suzanne’s PAXSUZbeads Etsy shop, available for immediate shipping.  To see the other charms from Suzanne, check out my section on PAXSUZbeads.  I can’t wait to get these charms so look for my review on these beauties soon!  Are you excited for this release?  Any ideas for how you’d use them?