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  • 30 December

    Create Your Own Indoor Succulent Garden

    Here at Amorium, we love the beautiful look of fresh plant life. But if you're anything like us, caring for plants can be tricky when you are always busy and on the go.

    Luckily, our favorite type of plant also happens to be super low maintenance. Succulents really brighten up a room with almost no effort. They don’t need to be watered often, which helps when you have long weekends out of the house. It's also super convenient when you come home from a busy day at work and just want to binge watch reality tv with a glass of wine.

    So, how can you make your very own succulent garden? We’re here to give you step by step instructions on making a garden oasis that is as unique as you are!

    Supplies Needed1. Lyra Bracelets
    2. Evil Eye Ring
    3. Stone Band Ring
    4.Open Delicate Ring

    -Succulents don't thrive in still water. Either use a container with a drainage hole or put a layer of small rocks on the bottom to keep the water away from the roots.

    -Fill your container with potting soil. Leave some room at the top if you want to include decorative rocks, crystals or any other fun garnish.

    -Organize the succulents how you wish inside the container and pack down the surrounding soil down with your fingers. Cover soil with more small rocks or moss to keep moisture away from the plant base. Garnish to your liking.

    -Place your succulents near a sunny window and water lightly.

    -Only repeat watering when the succulent soil feels dry.

    -Rotate your garden every once in a while so that the plants grow straight.

    -You can feed your plants fertilizer made for succulents when they start growing or start with a potting mix that already contains fertilizer.

    Enjoy and Have Fun!

    1. Lyra Bracelets
    2. Evil Eye Ring
    3. Stone Band Ring
    4. Open Delicate Ring

    Succulents have short roots and therefore don't need a deep container. So you can play around with different potting styles.

    Below are some more potting and decorating inspiration to help get you started! Enjoy your new personal succulent oasis!

    Potting Styles *As a bonus: Any jewelry shown in the above images can be found on our Amorium website. Simply click on the corresponding item links below each image.

  • Ear cuffs are a must have accessory. You can wear them to complement a look you already have, or use them to make a statement. No matter how you pair them or what you pair them with, you will look bolder and brighter.

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    I’m sure you’ve seen pictures of celebrities and your favorite bloggers wearing ear cuffs. Ear cuffs look nothing like your everyday earring; they come big, they come small, they are usually swallowed in crystals or as minimal as they come. There are even ear cuffs that have your favorite animal and symbols plastered all over them.

    Ear cuffs are amazing in every way but the question of, “ how do I put these ear cuffs on my ears anyway?” always come to minds of many all over the world.

    Don’t be scared try something new! Ear cuffs may seem difficult to put on at first but as elaborate as an ear cuff may look, these precious pieces of metal are as simple as putting on your day-to-day set of earrings.

    First, let’s understand that an ear cuff is basically an earring that you wear over your ear. It doesn’t hang from your lobe like a dangle earring and let’s not forget that with ear cuffs you don’t need multiple piercings to get the ‘full-eared’ look. Yay! Check out our 4 Step process to rocking your ear cuffs!

    Step 1: Putting the ear cuff in.

    Insert the elongated post of your ear cuff into your piercing like a normal earring, letting the whole ear cuff hang like a chain earring.

    Rose gold bubble ear cuff image

    Step 2: Rotating the Ear Cuff

    Once the entire post is inserted through your ear piercing the ear cuff should resemble an upside down drop earring.

    Take the ear cuff and rotate it gently till the ear cuff is aligned with the helix of your ear. At this point, the helix of the ear should be positioned between the elongated post and the ear.

    *Always remember that the elongated post is used to pinch and keep the cuff along the helix of your ear. *

    rose gold bubble ear cuff image

    Step 3: Positioning an Ear Cuff

    Everyone has different ears, and different preferences. How you want you ear cuff to look depends on the shape of your ears and how you want it to look. Adjust the ear cuff till it looks good to you or use photos of your favorite celebs wearing ear cuffs to inspire your preference.

    Step Four: Remember to Pinch your Ear Cuff!

    Once you’re happy with how your ear cuff looks on you, it’s time to pinch the deal. Squeeze the ear cuff post and the actual ear cuff for a more snug fit, and extra security.

    rose gold bubble ear cuff

    And there you have it; your ear cuffs are stable, glamorous and you’re all ready to go!

    rose gold bubble ear cuff image

    Did you like our Bubble Ear Cuff in Rose Gold used above? Shop here to get the look now.

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  • 20 January


    Got the Winter blues? Check out this extremely yummy , gluten-free, and refined sugar free chewy Ginger Snap recipe by My Leaky Gut Journey.

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    Ginger is one of the most healthiest spices on the planet as it is a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. So say goodbye to upset stomachs, and hello to a fresh, youthful feeling while preventing ailments such as autoimmune diseases, certain cancers, and degenerative diseases at the same time!

    If you’re hitting a hardcore sugar rush, this ginger snap recipe should be the solution to all of your sweet tooth cravings!

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    Shop The Look:


    Double 'X' Ring in Rose Gold $150

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    Ires Ring in Rose Gold $120

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