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Blue Butterfly Ornament Suncatcher, With Hanging Beads & Crystal Pendulum Prism, Mesmerizing Mandala Art Lapis Lady

Blue Butterfly Ornament Suncatcher, With Hanging Beads & Crystal Pendulum Prism, Mesmerizing Mandala Art Lapis Lady

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Presenting my exquisite blue butterfly 3.5-inch ornament suncatcher.  A mesmerizing piece of art that will captivate your senses. This stunning suncatcher features a beautiful checkered blue butterfly incorporated into an intricate mandala art design, my own personal creation. Enhancing its charm are the delicate hanging crystal beads and crystal pendulum prism, creating a captivating dance of sunlight when hung in your window. Allow the gentle flicker of light to create a serene atmosphere while showcasing your love for butterflies. Embrace the magic of this enchanting suncatcher and let its mesmerizing display bring joy and wonder to your home or as a delightful gift for a nature lover.

✨ Add some extra special sparkle ✨ by upgrading to  a limited  RARE & stunning Swarovski Strass laser logo signed crystals prisms. My glass sun catchers are a memorable unique gifts for her & mom!  Did you know that crystal is the 15th anniversary gift?

This glass suncatcher illuminates my exclusive mandala design when light shines through it!  It is 3 - ½ inches in diameter. ★★★PLEASE NOTE:  These are images on GLASS, a transparent medium, the intensity of the color will change with the amount and type of lighting shining behind it and background.  Like a lampshade this SUNCATCHER looks best with natural light shining through it.  These are not massed produced; I make these to order and there will be slight differences in each one.

BLUE BUTTERFLY SYMBOLISM

🦋 Lapis Lady -  This is a checkered blue butterfly that belongs in a family of gossamer winged butterflies.  Gossamer winged butterflies are generally small and their wings are seem delicate and glisten.

🦋 Blue is the scarcest color in nature.  Plants have no blue pigments, actually the blue you do see in nature is not a pigment at all!  

🦋  Animals that display blue color is due to the way the molecules are structured and how they interact with light.  The molecules are shaped is such a way that it bends the light to a specific wavelength when it reaches our eye that we see blue.  Change the shape or what is filling the space between them and we would see something different.  Blue feathers and even our blue eyes all have to due with the refraction of light.  There is only one exception of a true blue occurring in nature and that is the Obrina Olivewing butterfly and it is said that less than 10% of 280,000 species of flowering plants produce blue flowers, and those  plants are not using a blue pigment but a red pigment. It takes the mixing of pigments, ph levels and light refraction that creates the color blue.  As a matter of fact bluebells, morning glories and even hydrangeas have no true blue pigment!

🦋 The butterfly is the Celtic Zodiac for those born between September 30th thru October 27th.  Those born under this sign are said to be extremely social hence the phrase, “Social Butterfly”.   They are known to have a joyful personality and a cheery disposition.  They are intuitively empathetic and people are drawn to their positive aura.  

🦋 The Mandarin Chinese word for butterfly is "hu-tieh". "Tieh" means "70 years", therefore butterflies have become a symbol for a long life.

🦋 If a butterfly crosses your path, it means good luck. 

🦋 In the Japanese culture butterflies are thought to be representative of young maidens and marital bliss. 

🦋 In ancient Greek the word for butterfly is "Psyche", which translated means "soul".  Psyche is the Greek Goddess of souls.

🦋 Butterflies also symbolize: Resurrection, Transition, Celebration, Lightness, Time and Soul. 

☯ Symmetry is another manifestation of the balance of Yin and Yang, of the unimpeded flow of ch'i.


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