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Crystal Swaddle Blanket

Crystal Swaddle Blanket

Regular price $36.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $36.00 USD
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-Velvety soft bamboo swaddle blanket

-Great for soothing sensitive or eczema-prone skin

-Crystal print custom-designed by an artist in North America

-Thermoregulating for all night comfort

-Our baby blankets are oversized at 50”x50”, perfect for swaddling your little one or to use as a lovey! 



-95% premium bamboo, 5% spandex for the perfect amount of stretch


-machine wash cold, tumble dry low


Did you know?

Crystals are all found naturally in the earth and are often a result of hydrothermal processes deep within the Earth's crust. Hydrothermal processes involve hot fluids rich in minerals moving through cracks and cavities in rocks. When these fluids come into contact with cooler environments, such as in underground cavities or fractures, they begin to cool and deposit minerals. This process allows crystals to grow over time.

For example:

  • Amethyst: Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz. It forms when silica-rich fluids containing iron impurities flow into cavities in rocks. As the fluids cool and interact with oxygen, the iron impurities are oxidized, leading to the characteristic purple color of amethyst.

  • Rose Quartz: This pink variety of quartz gets its color from trace amounts of titanium, iron, or manganese. Rose quartz can form in hydrothermal veins or pockets where these minerals are present in the circulating fluids. The pink hue develops as these trace elements interact with the quartz during crystallization.

  • Fluorite: Fluorite is known for its vibrant colors and distinct cubic or octahedral crystal shapes. It's often formed in hydrothermal environments where hot, mineral-rich fluids react with existing rocks. The unique colors of fluorite come from various trace elements present in the fluid during crystal growth.

In each case, the specific conditions, temperature changes, and mineral composition of the hydrothermal fluids contribute to the formation of these captivating crystals with their unique properties and appearances.

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