New and Improved

Natalia WilsonComment

As many of you know, I have been making jewelry for some time now under the name Evil Eye Emporium. Back when I was starting out in the early 2000s, I had a variety of evil eye inspired jewelry, along with other lucky charms, and a healthy smattering of skulls. Although I still have a great interest in charms and the cultural use of charms for luck and protection, my jewelry selection hardly reflects an "evil eye emporium." As I thought about updating my shop's name I wanted something that was not a clean break from the old, but that does not give the idea that I am an evil eye market-place. Malojos means bad or evil eye in Spanish (it is the two words, mal ojos, smooshed together). I am still making shiny things that hopefully catch the eye, and hey, if it wards off a curse, all the better.