What can I use them for? 

Decorative - create interest with a small group on a shelf or an eye-catching feature with a glass bowlful; they are sure to be a conversation piece in any room

Games - use for treasure hunt stones, games (noughts & crosses), and learning (colours), the dark ones are a novelty 
and a comfort for those scared of the dark

Small Gifts - great as a souvenir or keepsake, and longer lasting than a greetings card, to convey a special message; buy ready-made or make your own gifts, e.g. pendants, key rings and other accessories

Worry Stones - this recogised therapeutic technique helps to deal with uncomfortable and stressful emotions or situations; both for adults and children. Find out more about 'worry stones'

Yoga/Meditation - use as a visual ‘anchor’ or meditation object when practicing yoga or meditation; the spiralling pattern helps draw the eye and focuses the mind

Colour Therapy - the colours we choose to surround ourselves with can have a profound impact on our lives, affecting both our physical and mental health. Here is a Summary of Colour Meanings