I Pray The Rosary!

This is a slideshow of rosaries that I've made, mostly for my daughters or other people close to me. Each rosary was custom made and engraved for the recipient. I chose the bead colors, shapes, and materials specifically for each one. I also chose a unique crucifix and a centerpiece specfically for the person and occasion. There are no other rosaries like these in the world.

If you'd like me to make a rosary for you, let's talk. This is not a business, I don't make them in bulk, and yours will be special and unique. I'll help you select the beads, the chain, the centerpiece and the crucifix. I only ask a fee of $20, which I'll donate to Catholic elementary education, a cause dear to my mother's heart.

Scott Crevier
scott@crevier.org
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Carly's Rosary Sunday, June 7, 2009 - This is the first rosary I made. I made it for my daughter Carly for her graduation from West De Pere High School. I used pearl (her birthstone) for the Hail Mary beads, and burgundy for the Our Father beads. The crucifix has her name engraved on the back, and the centerpiece is a depiction of Bernadette with Mary at Lourdes, with the inscription, "Our Lady of Lourdes Pray for Us". Both the centerpiece and crucifix are sterling silver.
Randy's Rosary Tuesday, March 30, 2010 - This my second rosary, which I made for my daughter Randy for her 16th birthday. I used aqua (her birthstone) for the Hail Mary beads and alexandrite for the Our Father beads. The crucifix has her name and date engraved on the back, and the centerpiece is a depiction of Bernadette with Mary at Lourdes, with the inscription, "Our Lady of Lourdes Pray for Us". Both the centerpiece and crucifix are sterling silver.
Casey's Rosary Friday, May 21, 2010 - This my third rosary, which I made for my daughter Casey for her 20th birthday. I used emerald (her birthstone) for the Hail Mary beads and alexandrite for the Our Father beads. The crucifix has her name and date engraved on the back, and the centerpiece is a depiction of Bernadette with Mary at Lourdes, with the inscription, "Our Lady of Lourdes Pray for Us". Both the centerpiece and crucifix are sterling silver.
Mom's Rosary Sunday, November 7, 2010 - This is the rosary that I made for my Mom for my birthday (yeah, my birthday). I've always felt a certain level of appreciation for my Mother on my birthday. The centerpiece says "Saint Agatha Pray for Us." Saint Agatha is the patron saint of nurses and breast cancer patients. I also hung a pink breast cancer awareness ribbon from the center piece. The 53 Hail Mary beads are rose colored Swarovski beads from Austria. Mom's birthstone is the diamond, so I used crystal glass beads (which look similar to diamonds) for the 6 Our Father beads.
Sam's Rosary Sunday, February 27, 2011 - This is the rosary that I made for Sam Konshak for her Confirmation. I had been Sam's catechist for her last 2 years of religious education, and I was quite honored to be her Confirmation sponsor. The centerpiece says "Holy Spirit Guide Us." The bead colors have no particular significance, except that I like them. This is my 5th rosary.
Cooper's Rosary Saturday, April 27, 2013 - I made this rosary for my nephew and Godchild, Cooper, for his First Communion. I had it blessed by Pope Francis on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 during my visit to the Vatican. The crucifix along with all beads are made of wood (seems like a neat material for a boy). The metal frame of the crucifix is engraved with Cooper's name and the date. The centerpiece is a chalice.
Barb's Rosary Sunday, June 30, 2013 - A coworker of mine asked me to make this custom rosary for her husband's birthday. The Hail Mary beads are fire polished jet black, while the Our Father beads are fire polished crystal. This makes for a nice contrast on a masculine rosary. The sterling silver crucifix is engraved on the back with her husband's nickname and birthdate. The centerpiece reads, "My Guardian Angel Protect Me".