Larksandleo

Macrame, Sage, and Crystals

Orlando, Florida
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Announcement    Welcome to Larks & Leo! I am so happy you're here! Take a look around my shop and don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have! Enjoy!

For an intriguing peek behind the scenes, find me on Instagram/TikTok @larksandleo

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Last updated on May 26, 2022

Welcome to Larks & Leo! I am so happy you're here! Take a look around my shop and don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have! Enjoy!

For an intriguing peek behind the scenes, find me on Instagram/TikTok @larksandleo

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About Larksandleo

Sales 8,888
On Etsy since 2017

Handmade with love and good vibes

Founded in 2017 in Winter Garden, Florida, Larks and Leo is a woman owned business with a passion for creating beautiful pieces for you and your home.

Hi, I’m Gina! The owner and creator behind Larks and Leo. I specialize in handmade macrame art as well as sage, crystals and metaphysical goods. Every piece is thoughtfully handmade, by me, in my home studio in sunny Florida. My passion to create has led me to grow Larks and Leo over the years into a home and wellness brand serving you, your home, your mind, and your soul. From my eco-friendly packaging to my ethically sourced sage bundles, I do my best to stay conscience about the specific materials I use to create.

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Last updated on May 26, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Wholesale availability

Yes! Larks and Leo is available in a growing number of boutiques, gift shops, and small businesses. Interested in becoming a retailer? Please message me or email me at Maniaci.gina@gmail.com for more wholesale information.

How do you use a smoke cleansing stick?

To burn your smoke cleansing bundle, light one end of the stick with a match or lighter. Blow out the flame and begin your smoke cleansing ritual. Once finished, extinguish your bundle by pressing the lit side into your heat safe bowl. Additionally, you can run it under a little water to ensure that it is completely out.

- Be sure to have a window or door open to allow smoke to exit the space.
- Make sure to have a heat resistant bowl or surface to catch any falling debris from the bundle
- Use sand or water to extinguish your bundle in an emergency.

Safety Disclosure

Due to the inherent nature of fire, and the inherent flammable nature of natural essential oils contained within dried plants, and the inherent flammable nature of plant material you hereby state that you absolve Larks and Leo and its associates of all legal liability upon purchasing through our website or Etsy.
We cannot control or reliably predict how herbs, flames, embers, smudges, sage, wands, cleansers, or incenses will burn. Each of our products is thoroughly tested and each ingredient is thoroughly researched. Environmental factors such as humidity or lack thereof can cause herbs to burn more vigorously than intended.

Is smoke cleansing the same as smudging?

Smoke cleansing is a general term for the practice of burning sacred herb bundles to cleanse energy. Smudging, on the other hand, is a specific closed practice of smoke cleansing used by the Native Americans. I do my best to be sensitive towards cultural appropriation of using white sage for smoke cleansing because it is specific to the smudging closed practice of Native Americans. In my shop, you will find many white sage alternatives including; blue sage, juniper, cedar, yerba santa, and desert sage.

Are your materials ethically sourced?

From my eco-friendly packaging to my ethically sourced sage bundles, I do my best to stay conscience about the specific materials source and use to create my products.