12 Days of Creators – Blogmas Day Eleven

Everyone does blogmas a different way, and my way is so different. My way I showcase 12 creators that inspire, show their creativity, and simply show their love for their passion. So get ready to meet 12 amazing and I mean AMAZING creators.

I am so excited for you to meet the creator for today! So lets get started,

If you are new here hi, hello and welcome. My name is Breana and I love discussing and discovering everything beauty. You can subscribe to my blog by clicking that follow button. And make sure to click that LIKE button so I can keep making content for you!


Karina- As a creator, I have found and enjoyed multiple mediums in which to express myself. Through Divina Halos I’ve been able to incorporate not only my interests but some of my identity. Including my culture was one of the first steps when it came to the spirit of Divina, beginning with the name. Then with that spirit came the creations of the designs. Amongst the many halos I’ve created, there’s one inspired by the artist Frida Kahlo as well as a piece that paid homage to my parents’ hometown in Mexico. And while our divinas mainly know me as the face of Divina, I was primarily a filmmaker before this. By combining my storyteller side with my painting side I’ve been able to create a bridge between these two art forms and invite the world into this fantasy come reality. 

How did you get into creating?
Very early on in life, I showed interest by drawing whenever I could and even getting caught sketching on the corners of my class notebooks. But a figure in my life that made me most interested in art was my abuela, Cristina. She embodied creativity in many forms like jewelry making and painting. I liked to observe her and one day she caught my curious eye and sat me down to teach me both. From then on I began to continuously draw my flowers, vines, and celestial symbols which have become staples in my halo designs. A few of our halo designs were inspired by decorations we’ve had in our home for what seems like forever. My mom gave me these sun mirrors that have been in the family for thirty-plus years which later became the idea behind our “Marisol” halo. All little moments and gifts I wanted to honor when creating Divina Halos.

What is your favorite holiday activity?
I love getting to walk around and look at all the holiday decorations. There’s something absolutely magical about the transformation of our communities into a glittering winter wonderland made of ribbon and lights. Throw in a cup of Mexican hot chocolate and that’s a perfect holiday evening.

Something that you’re proud of as a creator?
We just celebrated one year of being in business and it was at this milestone that I was able to reflect on what was accomplished. Being able to see my dream grow and reach places around the globe was once thought and now a reality! Those were accomplishments but where my pride resides is in the divinas we’ve met along the way. Whether it was getting to make a halo for a bride-to-be or creating a memorial piece for a loved one, each halo had a story.  Having the movement of the divinas using their halos as physical tokens to remind themselves that they are the real living work of art. Receiving messages from them telling me how important their halo was to them and what it has done for them. I’ve felt the love of this beautiful community we’ve created together and I couldn’t be prouder. It couldn’t have been accomplished without the kind divinas who utilized their platforms to not only introduce our small shop but to genuinely support it.



Divina Halos




I loved having the Divina team and Karina a part of blogmas. Their creations and seeing their products come to life is unreal. Be sure to follow their social media.

Thank you so much for being part of this community. Make sure to click that LIKE button it really helps me to be able to create more content for you. I hope you have an amazing day and I love you guys so much!

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