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    Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Even before I had my ball pythons, pretty much all my family and friends knew how much I loved snakes. That meant getting a lot of snake motif jewelry as gifts over the years. Only now do I have the opportunity to let my two favorite real snakes model the jewelry for me!











    1.0 - 2018 Cinnamon Enchi Ghost - Ignis ("Iggy")
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    Even though I'm not much into jewelry, I confess to having my share of snake-themed jewelry & belts (not to mention a Laurel
    Burch purse & backpack with a rainbow of colorful snakes on them)...glad it's not just me. I never thought of sharing them
    with my snakes though...yours appear to enjoy a life of luxury.
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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Great photos

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    You always take such amazing, cute photos. The jewelry gives it a nice touch, these pictures are just so adorable. Are they both females or do we have some fabulous boys trying out some jewelry?

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    That is amazing!!! My whole family loves your photos! They always want to know when you post more
    Our familiy: Noodle the albino ratsnake; Spot the Banana BP, Lucy the massive pinstripe BP, Harold the panther chameleon, Poppy the hedgehog, Bob and Ross the beta fish, Maya the dog, Max and Momo the cats, Tauntaun the Light Brahma Chicken (lives at the high school barn), two teenagers, and a very nice partner, all well-loved and cared for.

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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRabbit View Post
    Even before I had my ball pythons, pretty much all my family and friends knew how much I loved snakes. That meant getting a lot of snake motif jewelry as gifts over the years. Only now do I have the opportunity to let my two favorite real snakes model the jewelry for me!











    These photos are amazing, I love the couch ones. At first I was wondering how the heck your bp got so freaking huge, and then I came to my senses and realized what was happening lol


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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Ha. These are awesome. So photogenic.

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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Even though I'm not much into jewelry, I confess to having my share of snake-themed jewelry & belts (not to mention a Laurel Burch purse & backpack with a rainbow of colorful snakes on them)...glad it's not just me. I never thought of sharing them with my snakes though...yours appear to enjoy a life of luxury.
    Did I just Google to see what the colorful Laurel Burch snake print looked like? Yes, yes I did.

    I typically wear jewelry pretty sparingly, and I prefer small and understated ... which most snake jewelry is not, lol, so a lot of it ends up just being collected rather than seeing much actual use. With that said, I do have a few favorite pieces, including the two opal bracelets that my BPs are "holding" in the last two pics. They're not exact matches for color, and the head shapes are hardly accurate to species, but I like to think of them respectively as the "Iggy bracelet" and the "Ravus bracelet" - versions of them that I can safely bring along for an evening out!
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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Valyndris View Post
    You always take such amazing, cute photos. The jewelry gives it a nice touch, these pictures are just so adorable. Are they both females or do we have some fabulous boys trying out some jewelry?
    Aw, thank you so much! They're both boys, just getting in some glamour time. I originally told myself I'd stick with only male BPs, so they'd be smaller to handle and to house at adult size. But now I eagerly anticipate them growing bigger, and catch myself thinking, a female BP would be alright ... or maybe even a boa constrictor someday ...
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    Re: Royals and riches (i.e., the BPs showcase snake-themed jewelry!)

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    That is amazing!!! My whole family loves your photos! They always want to know when you post more
    Thank you, reading this made me so happy! I'm glad that all of you enjoyed these. The fact that your whole family is cool with snakes is just generally awesome, too. My family is the same way, and it makes it a delight to share the full experience of being a doting ball python parent, lol!
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