Tumbled stones, also known as tumbled gemstones, are undeniably neat and fun. I've had people ask what they can do with them. They want the tumbled stones, but they feel a need to give them a specific purpose! So I've collected suggestions from my customers as well as some of the uses I've put them to over the years.
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What Are Tumbled Stones?
Tumbled stones are small, rounded, brightly polished pieces of rocks and minerals. They are made by placing rough rocks in a machine known as a rock tumbler, which tumbles them until their edges and surfaces are smooth and polished. They are also known as "polished stones," "tumbled gems," "baroque gems," "polished rocks," and a variety of other names.
Many people enjoy tumbled stones because they are beautiful natural materials that have been given a pleasing shape and a bright polish. They are popular in jewelry, craft, souvenir, awards, collectibles, and New Age markets. Tumbled stones can be purchased by the pound at prices that just about everyone can afford. Their colorful appearance and interesting shapes have inspired many people to learn more about rocks, minerals, and gems.
What Materials Are Used to Make Tumbled Stones?
The most popular materials used for making tumbled stones are attractive and colorful rocks and minerals that have a Mohs hardness between 5 and 8. These materials are generally durable and accept a good polish. Some of the most commonly tumbled materials are listed below.
How Are Tumbled Stones Used?
Rock collections: Many people enjoy collecting interesting rocks. Tumbled stones are an easy and inexpensive way to start a colorful gemstone collection.
Crafts: Tumbled stones can be used for an infinite number of craft projects!
Jewelry: With some jewelry findings and a little glue, tumbled stones can easily be made into wearable art, including pendants, charms, earrings, tie tacks, cufflinks, keychains and more. Wire-wrapping is also a popular method for making pendants, charms, and other one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry items.
Gifts: Brightly polished stones make great gifts, and they can also be used as embellishments on wrapped packages.
Prizes & Rewards: Teachers and parents can encourage children to do their best by offering prizes and rewards for good grades and good behavior.
Games: Have a sandbox treasure hunt, play tic-tac-toe, or use tumbled stones as tokens with your favorite board games.
Vase Filler: Dress up a floral arrangement by adding color-coordinated stones to a clear vase. The arrangement will stay in place better, and the stones add weight to the bottom so the vase won't tip over as easily.
Home Decor: Tumbled stones can be a lovely accent for picture frames, candle holders, centerpieces, and many other home decor items.
Mindfulness, Meditation, and Spiritual Healing:
Many people like to use tumbled stones when they are practicing mindfulness, meditation, and spiritual healing techniques.
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