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Forget Me Not Glass Suncatcher Home Decor Ornament Chakra Mandala Meditation Zen Unique Gift For Her Yoga Gift

Forget Me Not Glass Suncatcher Home Decor Ornament Chakra Mandala Meditation Zen Unique Gift For Her Yoga Gift
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SKU SKUSC818
Weight 0.38 lbs
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Brand Melbe Creations
manufacturer Melbe Creations
Our price: $20.00
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Glass chakra mandala suncatcher adorned with my Zen forget-me-nots titled Forget Me Not

This stunning chakra mandala glass suncatcher illuminates my geometric mandala kaleidoscope design when light shines through it! The round glass suncatcher is 3 - ½ inches in diameter.

You have the option of adding a stunning string of Swarovski crystal beads and a 1-1/2 inch faceted glass prism. You can advise what colors you would like or I can add the beads that accent the colors in my design. The light will dance with color on your walls when the sunlight shines through the Swarovski crystal beads and 1.5 inch faceted crystal prism. During checkout you will be asked to choose whether you would like these crystals added for an additional $6. I do not include the suction cup with the added beads, they should be secured with a more secure process.

Forget-me-not symbolism - The Forget-Me-Not flower represents true faithful love, fond memories and hope. It is also a flower essence of the heart chakra.

There is a German myth about a couple taking a romantic stroll along the Danube River. They spot the beautiful blue blooms of the forget-me-not. The handsome and romantic gent attempts to pick a bouquet for his love, but tragically slips and is swept away by the river’s fierce current. As he is carried away by the current he cries out to her, “Forget me not my love!” It is believed this is how the flower was named.