Miniature altar brooms for keeping your sacred space clean or of course they can be used as ornaments. They are made from broomcorn or Tampico and a non-toxic dye.
Despite how tiny they are, they do actually work as a broom but take almost the same amount of work as a larger broom.
**We do not use preservatives in the dye, so fading can occur if left in sunlight. Bleeding can occur if they get too wet.
Since this is a natural material you may notice color variations in the dyes, especially black. This is normal for natural, non-toxic dyes and the natural dyeing process.
*These are handmade at Queen Meb.
One of my ancestors is a Lenape indigenous woman who was known to travel around, sell brooms, linens, tell fortunes, and heal people with herbs. This is something that has been on repeat in the back of my mind.
I have struggled to get brooms in when the demand is up at the store and I have chosen to honor my ancestors by creating a series of brooms in my own design inspired by my multi-influenced background.
Expect to see lots of new designs and special besoms, kitchen brooms, and hand brooms out in the near future.