Today I wanted to share with you the Harvest Goddess Collection I created for Fall 2016. I made six polishes in various finishes.
I will be showing you indoor and outdoor pictures.
Ceres (Roman) - The Goddess of corn, her name means to “create,” and has become the root word for cereal used to describe a range of grains.
Autumnus (Roman) – The personification of autumn, she represents the abundance of nature and the time of the fruit and nut harvest.
Feronia (Roman) – Her festival, the Feroniae, was held on November 13th when the first fruits of the harvest were offered to her to ensure a bountiful crop the following year.
Demeter (Greek) - Harvest Goddess responsible for the growing, preserving and harvesting of grain. As the grain Goddess she also became the patron Goddess of millers and bakers.
Inna (Nigerian) - She is responsible for the yam harvest, and brings abundance in crop yields to all the farmers that make offerings to her.
Selu (Native American) - She is the ancient corn mother of the Pueblo Indians.
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