Esther Collection!
Inspired by the Branch of an Almond Tree in Jeremiah 1:11-12. A Reminder of Gods Watchfulness Over Your Life.
Hannah Collection!
Inspired by the 22 Almond Blossoms on the Lampstand.
Mary Magdalene Collection!
An Almond Blossom to Remind you of His Loving Watchfulness over your life!

Why Almond Blossoms?

When Jeremiah heard from the Lord one day, “What do you see, Jeremiah?” He responded, “I see the branch of an almond tree.” And the Lord said, “You have seen correctly, for I am WATCHING to see that my word is fulfilled.” ‘Shaqed,’ the Hebrew word for almond, also means TO WATCH, to be watchful, to be alert, on the lookout, and sleepless. These are attributes of our all-knowing and all-caring God. He is the One who can truly WATCH OVER His children and all His creation.

God designed the Lampstand to resemble an almond tree, on the top of each branch, was a cup-shaped almond flower that held the oil for the lamp to light up the tabernacle twenty-four hours daily, indicating HIS constant WATCHFULNESS over His people. 

Almond Blossom Jewelry serves as a reminder that God is always watching over you.


Our Booklet

Your jewelry includes a booklet that explains the significance of the Almond Blossom in the Word of God and shares the story of one of the women who inspired us. It draws inspiration from remarkable women in the Bible—Esther, Hannah, and Mary Magdalene—whose captivating faith stories highlight God's unwavering watchfulness over their lives.

Our Devotionals

We would love for you to read our “God is Watching Over Devotionals,” which brings the Word of God to our hearts-challenging and encourages us in our walk with the Lord.

Our Story

Almond Blossoms Jewelry started in January 2017 while reading in the book of Exodus, specifically the passages detailing the construction of the golden lampstand where God placed 22 almond flowers, buds, and blossoms. For some reason, the question of "why did God use almond blossoms, and what is their Biblical significance," kept coming to mind. After researching, we discovered that in Hebrew, "Shaqed," meaning almond, also means to watch. This revelation deepened as we realized that God chose almond flowers, buds, and blossoms as a symbol of His caring watchfulness over His people.