Gourd Rattle KIT #2
Order The Kit Now And Receive This Book
By Shaman Bob, FOR FREE!
Make It Sacred: A Step-By-Step Guide To Making Shaman Gear, Vol. 1, contains fully illustrated instructions for how to make a gourd rattle, along with three separate sacred ceremonies you can perform to help activate and use this healing ally. It's like sitting in the TVD shop with Shaman Bob while the two of you make a rattle together!
$7.95 + $6. s/h
to U.S. customers
Bob will email the book to you after purchase.
Kentucky residents will be charged 6% sales tax at checkout.
Choose Your Gourd Rattle As A Kit or By Itself
Photo, above: Decoration kit includes bag with herbs, suede lacing, copper coil with lightning pendant and two emerald chips.
Below: Gourds come in varying sizes with adorable characteristics like spots, bumps, etc.
Thunder Valley Drums
More than 40 pages in all! Full Color Photos. Published by Blue Planet Publications. Retail Price: $2.99 (PDF version) Your free copy will be emailed to you the same day as your gourd kit is shipped. Or you may purchase the book for immediate download with the button below.
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1. Kentucky customers will be charged 6% sales tax at checkout
2. International customers (including Canada) please email for shipping rates.
3. Decorating the Gourd: Can use glue to attach fabric, leather, etc. to gourd. Can drill small hole in end to add more sounders if you prefer. Acrylic paint is okay, particularly if you coat it with a clear finish (polyurethane, etc.).
What's Included In Kit (see photo, left):
More Kits Will Be Coming Soon... Please Check Back!
PRICE: $25.00 plus $10 s/h
Kit With Gourd
$15. + $6 s/h
to U.S. customers
The secret is that these gourds come with a ball of seeds inside. And the more you shake the gourd, the more the seeds gradually separate and give voice to the rattle. Watch the video below to learn more!
BOB'S COMMENT: There you have it, proof positive that it is thrilling and so special to make something sacred with your own hands. Many, many thanks to R. for sending his thoughts and the photo. I really like his selection of feathers, how he wrapped them, and the expressive way he chose to paint his beautiful rattle. WONDERFUL!