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Angel of Freedom

Allowing dreams to soar

    “Angel of Freedom holds a wire butterfly in her outstretched hands as a metaphor of freedom and independence, courage and confidence. This piece has a very open interpretation, and can fit a lot of different occasions. For graduates, for new careers, for a personality with a free spirit, for someone who loves nature and butterflies, in recognition of service to our country… in memory of a loved one.”

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Lynn in MI, March 2017

    I just bought this piece because it reminded me of my mother in law, as a colorful butterfly landed outside her hospital room window right after we found out she was dying of liver cancer. She was such a sweet lady, the best MIL ever, and I miss her lots.

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    Submitted by Melinda Krajca in Wichita Falls, Texas 76309, December 2016

    My adult son became very ill. It was found he had a non-cancerous brain tumor. He was flown to Zale-Lipshy hospital in Dallas. I would sit on the balcony outside the hospital waiting room and pray for him. As I looked around the area toward Love Field, I thought there was so many concrete building...I felt alone and my surrounding felt very cold. There were a few green bushes on the patio. One day during my prayer time a bunch of Monarch Butterflies started landing on the green bushes. As I watched, I remembered teaching my second grade class about these beautiful butterflies imgrating to Mexico. I remember thinking ...if God can get those butterflies to Mexico, God can take care of my son. That has been eight years ago. My son and I have a special bond with these butterflies. This Willowtree angel holding this butterfly reminds me if God can take care of these beautiful butterflies we are just as important to Him.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Elizabeth in Pittsburgh, PA, December 2016

    The four Willow Tree keepsakes that I have represent four of the most meaningful, significant moments in my life (so far)!. This one I got from my parents before I started my new job a year ago after working somewhere else for a long time. It was a new beginning for me and an exciting time to be starting on a new journey! Love the butterfly symbolism.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Meg in USA, October 2016

    My favorite Willow Tree is Angel of Freedom. My son called me a couple weeks before Christmas a bit giddy and asked if I had that one. I said no and he got really excited and said okay and hung up. Christmas came around and I opened my present from him and it was Angel of Freedom. I got two that year, I cried after opening both. Fast forward three years and his Angel of Freedom sits next to his urn with his favorite flower on the mantle. He is set free from his pain and I will always hold on to the memory of how happy he was to give me a Willow Tree. My sweet boy is free.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Sandra Overly in Georgia, October 2016

    My Secret Sister gave me this beautiful Angel of Freedom when we revealed our Secret Sisters. I was very touched and moved by it. I have a ministry called "Covered." It is a ministry for human (sex) trafficking: bringing awareness of, rescue and healing to God's broken daughters. This angel represents freedom for those caught up in human (sex) trafficking! I am so blessed

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Carol Ann in New York, October 2016

    I have many Willow Tree figures that have been given to me by friends and family for almost every significant event in my life for the past 13 years, however my all time favorite is my little Angel of Freedom figure. I experienced a pregnancy loss and that little Angel was given to me in remembrance of our Angel in heaven, Elizabeth Grace. Many people feel conflicted about celebrating the life of a lost angel, no matter how brief. My family and I remember our little angel every day in our prayers and we place an ornament on the Christmas tree for her every year.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Alicia Kronberger in USA, October 2016

    The most meaningful Willow Tree Piece I have is Angel of Freedom. It was given to me by my mom on the 7th anniversary of my freedom from Self-Harm. I have dealt with mental illness for over 15 years, and self-injury became one of my ways to cope. It was very hard to stop, but God gave me the strength to find help in other ways. I began celebrating each year since I had stopped, and this particular year, I had forgotten about the anniversary because it had become such a thing of my past. By my mom giving me this figurine it reminded me of the freedom I have in Christ, and the celebration I can have because he has walked through this with me. It's a beautiful portrayal of the freedom I find in him. I still look at that angel and am reminded that I can continue to find strength, comfort, and freedom through Him even in one of the most difficult parts of my life.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Rachel Brown in Missouri, October 2016

    Angel of freedom is my piece, there are really two reasons i live this piece. One I got it in memory of my daughter I miscarried almost four years ago. She should have been born October 21st but I lost her 19 days,after my thirtieth birthday. I was finishing my bachelor's degree in the midst of this loss and the second reason is because it celebrates my own freedom from a season of self harming behaivor that I had been struggling with for two years. I look at that figure and it reminds me my faith and the strength that comes from that relationship is what kept me from going backwards to those horrible coping strategies in the midst of the pain from my loss. I wanted this piece for those reasons and to symbolize her memory and my journey, which both come in the form of the butterfly. I still look at it on my dresser with my many others and it reminds me of the truth of being a new creation as scripture says. This is one of my first and favorite pieces.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Tammy Leigh-Robinson in Ontario, Canada, October 2016

    Angel of Freedom I live in Ontario, Canada. This piece has a lot of significance to me because I have learned to become a woman of courage. I have had many tragedies in my life, including being molested as a child, enduring the death of my 6 month old daughter when I was 19 years old, surviving an abusive marriage, and escaping from being taken hostage at gun point in Guatemala while on a missions trip. Through everything, God has been with me and given me strength. The butterfly is my favorite, above all, because I was like the caterpillar, crawling through my life, afraid of being eaten by dangers and feeling like I was never going to be free to fly above the mediocrity of the people around me. I have had a dream of being a writer since I was in first grade. I am finally seeing my dream come true, as I've signed a contract to have my first novel published this year. I am floating and fluttering above the challenges and restrictions of life, just like a butterfly. Through the circumstances of my life I have developed the confidence of who I am, in Christ Jesus. The Angel of Freedom envelops all of these feelings.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Janine Closs in Los Angeles, CA, October 2016

    I bought my first piece in New York, in my first birthday after the death of my daughter. I was reaaly depressed with everything, and my best friend were with me in that day. She saw the "ANGEL OF FREEDOM" figure and told me that statue could represent my resignation to release my daughter for her blessing new freedom. For me, every time I see that little statue, I saw that lovely butterfly and thought that is she saying me to accept the circle of life and destiny. My angel, my butterfly...

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by K. Miller in Wyoming, October 2016

    I'd wanted to be married since I was a little girl but at 28 it didn't seem like it was God's plan for me. I'd been sexually abused since I was 3 years old, and I couldn't trust any man, so I figured I'd always be single. When I was 28 my neighbor told me that I should email her brother, that we'd be perfect for each other, so uncharacteristically, I did! We emailed every day for a month, then he flew back to the states to meet me (he was a missionary in Mexico at the time.) In less than 2 months we were married. He knew about my past and knew my fears of being with a man and knew that I had no idea how I would respond to the honeymoon "activity." By the grace of God I'd been healed from so much, and this proved to be no different. The last day of our honeymoon I wanted to buy a keepsake to take home. I came across the Angel of Freedom and knew immediately that I'd found it. She reminds me daily that because of God's love and healing power I was freed from fear and inhibitions and was free to experience all dimensions of love with my husband, physically, emotionally and sexually.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Lisa in UK, October 2016

    Angel of freedom is my most meaningful willow tree piece I own. This is because butterflies now hold a big place in my heart as after my husband and I married we very soon fell pregnant with our 2nd baby and sadly miscarried. The hospital & crematorium held a small funeral for us and other unfortunate parents who had lost their babies around the same time, where they cremated the babies all together and they scattered the ashes over a butterfly garden in our local crematorium. Ever since everytime I see a butterfly i feel like the baby we never met is close and wants to be around us and its big brother and little sister who we where lucky enough to fall pregnant with soon after grieving. Sorry to dampen the mood but this figure made me very happy when I saw it!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Uli in Germany, October 2016

    I like the angel of freedom. The angel is standig on my workingtable and it gives and remember me freedom at my work, for my life and for what I love.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Sadaf in Iran, July 2016

    I'd always loved to have one of the angels but never had any extra money to spend on those. It was our 5th Valentine's Day together & I was really surprised to get the Angel of Freedom❤️ I love it & also he has promised to get me an angel every February 14th☺️

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Rosa in Springfield MO, November 2015

    On September 29, 2014, my mother passed away. On the first anniversary of her passing, my sister said, "We need to do something to celebrate Mom." When we went shopping, we considered jewelry or a plaque. Then we thought of Willow Tree and looked for the right piece. Nothing seemed to be just right until we saw this angel releasing a butterfly. Mom loved butterflies. She decorated her house with them and later her room in the nursing home. One little boy who visited her called her "The Butterfly Lady." In her memorial service there were pictures of and references to butterflies. My sister and I knew that this Angel Willow Tree was the perfect way to celebrate Mom, and we each bought one for the other.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by ozra in iran, September 2015

    Today is wonderful day to me .. me and my friend went shopping; my friend called me and said can you help me choose an angel for my house. I love angels but I do not have enough money to buy that. I helped her and she bought Angel of freedom. When we were back at home she surprised me. She said, "It's yours." Wow, I could not believe the Angel is mine .. I love you DIBA You are my best friend in the world ... I will keep it forever. I love my angel

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by mamahousemouse in Minnesota, August 2015

    Today is the one year anniversary of my mother's passing. She was buried the day before my birthday last year, and I purchased the Willow Tree figurine, "Hero" to display next to her US Navy photo. Her photo and the lovely mourning figurine have been a source of comfort for the past year. This morning, I chose to purchase the Angel of Freedom. Mom's nickname was "Madame Butterfly" due to her volunteer work at the local school systems, raising awareness about butterfly gardening and migrations. This figurine is so very perfect, as a symbol of the release I finally feel after a year of grieving. Thank you so much for your beautiful work!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Deanna Anderson in Cozad, NE 69130, May 2015

    I got my Angel from my oldest son.He is 23. It was a wedding gift to me for being his mom. He and his fiance were married Saturday April 25th, 2015. He knows I love angels, butterflies, and little cute treasures, so he picked this one out special. This was given to me the Thursday before the wedding. The wedding was wonderful. It is very special to me and will keep it forever. I love it.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Summer in Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 2014

    I was devastated after the miscarriage of our first baby at 7 weeks. After coming into terms with the loss, I felt that I have nothing left to remember our baby by. My doctor immediately cancelled all my subsequent medical appointments once the loss was confirmed. Everything felt like a dream that never happened. After browsing the Willow Tree Angels collection, my husband and I both feel most connected to the Angel of Freedom. It conveys a sense of hope for the future with the Angel carefully holding the butterfly before it takes flight. I cannot believe how much happiness it gives me to take this little Angel home. It is more than a memento. We finally have something tangible to remember our baby by. Seeing the figurine gives me a tremendous sense of peace and has such a calming effect on my mind. When things get really difficult, I hold it in my palm and take some deep breaths and know that everything will be okay. It is such a beautiful thing and means so much to me.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Helga in New Mexico, April 2014

    What i liked most about this Angel is that it portrays freedom and independence as something angelical! Someone who has a free and independent spirit may find comfort in that. Often these people are considered difficult or even thought of as selfish and not caring, and here comes this pretty little angel. I received this gift today from special people, my son and his wife. "Allowing dreams to soar" is more than welcome. At a time of my life when several things have been put "on hold and also lost," may this angel, through her Freedom & Liberty allow Dreams to Soar!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Cheryll Rand-Wildbore in Palmerston North New Zealand, February 2014

    My Dear Mum passed away on the 10th December 2013.One of my great friends Marita bought me the Angel of Freedom,as a memory of the passing of my Mum.When I opened this gift tears came to my eyes as it is so beautiful. About two weeks after my Mum passed away I was sitting outside in her garden and a beautiful monarch butterfly flew past. So the Angel of Freedom holding a wee butterfly reminds me of my Mum and how much I missed her.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Megs Larner in Worcestershire, December 2013

    My gran died a month ago. She loved butterflies, this Christmas was the first full family Christmas in along time. In memory of Gran there was a butterfly theme among family presents. I chose the statue for myself, as a reminder of Gran and everything she stood for. it now sits on my shelf in my bedroom next to her picture. I loved the figure and the name, due to a poem read by my dad at her thanksgiving service; Don't weep at my grave, For I am not there. I've a date with a butterfly, To dance in the air. I'll be singing in the sunshine, Wild and free. Playing tag in the wind, While waiting for thee.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Lisa in Christmas Market Cologne, December 2013

    I saw the angel on the Christmas market in Cologne. My mother died in September this year. This figure reminded me of her. I did not have enough money here for this figure. My husband bought me this beautiful angel and I had to cry, as an expression of joy and longing at the same time. The angel means a lot to me because I bring my mother in connection therewith.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Sara Webb in South Wales, August 2013

    My partner died a few months ago and my 6 year old daughter and I like to believe he is sending us butterflies to let us know he is with us, he was a very keen gardener and loved being outside, so the Angel of Freedom seemed so appropriate and was a lovely ornament to buy in memory of a man who is now free from this world. I love it.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Barbara Mann in Maryland, NY, June 2013

    For many years I have been collecting angels (mostly dolls) and love the whimsical ones. Over the last four years I atended college full time while working a full time and a part time job and raising 2 boys. I graduated recently and as a gift my sister gave me the Angel of Freedom. I cried as she did not know I was collecting angels all these years. This one will hold a special place in my heart and my home. It represents the start of a new phase of my life and hopefully in my career.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Teresa in Arkansas, May 2013

    The “Angel of Freedom” will always have sentimental value to me. As an educator, I have seen the freedom within my students, as they soar to obtain their greatest goals in life. The young student who presented me this gift will always come to mind, as he overcame a serious brain injury last year. As his head was wrapped in bandages, I was so concerned that he would not be the same student. Yet, he emerged vibrant and healthy and continues to demonstrate his many talents. He did not allow his injury to hold him back and continues to make a difference in this world. Like a butterfly, my student continues to explore the world and is anxious to make it a more beautiful place! I feel so blessed to have been his GT teacher and will cherish the memories forever! I love you, Austin!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Kim Griggs in Georgia, March 2013

    I was given the Angel of Freedom by my daughter on March 2, 2013. I cried as I read the card and saw how beautiful it was. I love angels, butterflies, and doves! I am a 2 year breast cancer champion by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ! I really looked at the butterfly metaphorically during this journey and it was fascinating. All of the changes experienced during my journey resembled the stages of a butterfly! My husband and I also released doves at our wedding ceremony celebrating 25 years of marriage in 2010! We had never had a wedding and it was glorious! There was something that stirred me to look up the word willow. I discovered in the Strong's concordance that it means, to overflow, swim. Imagine that! I'm receiving an overflow of God's love and abundance as I write this. To God Be The Glory!!! Thank you Susan for your great creativity and may God continue to use you mightily!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Deanne in Greene, IA, December 2012

    I was given this piece by my mother at Christmas 2012. It has very personal meaning to me. My husband and I released doves at our wedding 27 years ago. My father then kept those doves because they flew back and raised many more after that. We then released the doves he had left at his funeral a year and a half ago. We have seen the doves at the cemetary since releasing them and also at there home about a mile away. My daughter also plans to release doves at her wedding. What a wonderful piece which holds so much for us. My daughter was also given the piece at Christmas by Grandma.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by deborah in spotswood, nj, November 2012

    My sister just gave me my first piece, Angel of Freedom, "allowing dreams to soar," for my birthday. During the recent storm Sandy, my family and friends only experienced power outages. I cannot imagine the grief of so many now homeless and those who lost loved ones. I had 2 parakeets--Juliet who is only 2 and a beautiful yellow, and Bebe. Bebe was the most beautiful blue and 11 years old. He talked and gave kisses. He said things like Bebe's a good boy, Misty's (the dog) a good dog, i have to go to work in the morning, kisses (kissing sounds) thank you, and other words and sentences. After the power went out I put towels around the cages to keep them warm. I will never know if it was his time to go, or if he got too cold, but he passed on November 3, 2012. He was more then a pet to me, he was my buddy. I felt horrible crying so much over a bird compared to so much other loss, but he was a big part of my life. I keep thinking his beautiful blue wings have left my cage and he is now soaring in the sky. This is why my sister chose Angel of Freedom for my gift. The girl is releasing her bird to soar, just like Bebe.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Mona-Lisa in Sweden, August 2012

    Some years ago my husband and I were on holiday. I saw the figurine with two people and I bought it for our wedding day. After a while I found a store in my own town which have these nice things, and I bought myself the Angel of Freedom. Perhaps a year later I was visiting my half sister, who I met when we both had grown up. I got a present from her. The present was the Angel of Love. We had not met for several years, and the gift filled my heart. Later I bought a present for a friend who had a baby. I had to buy two babies in one box, and I only gave one baby to my friend and keep the other for myself. My husband and I have been married for a long time and I wish us to be old together, so I bought the old man and wife. Today I got a gift from my daughter, a birthday present, the Angel of Caring. She said that I should read the text in the paper because that was me. I was so happy. Then she asked if she could ask me a question about the baby piece, and I said of course. Is the baby my little sister who was dead when she was born, she asked. I had never thought in this way, but it got me to thinking. When I look at all my pieces I feel very calm, and they give me so much good energy. With love Mona-Lisa

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Kristena in KY, August 2012

    My very closest friend has a collection of Willow Tree figurines and I have always loved seeing them at her house. I wanted to start my own collection but never got around to it. Then one day my one and only child, my daughter, had what seemed like a mild case of diarrhea. Ultimately, there was nothing mild about it as it was E. coli. In the end, our daughter was gone after just two weeks and two days. At her funeral, my friend brought me a very special gift that had been meant for our daughter while she was in the hospital. It was a Willow Tree figurine, the Angel of Healing. She said, “This was meant for Mariana (pronounced Mar-e-awe-na). However, now it is a gift for you to help you in your healing.” Then a few short months later another friend found out about Mari and sent me a special gift in the mail. It was another Willow Tree figurine, only this time it was the Angel of Remembrance. My Willow Tree collection ended up starting in the worst of circumstances. However, the beauty of it all is now I collect angels in memory of my daughter. I have a site dedicated to her at mommysangelinheaven.com. Between her website and the angels I now collect, it helps to make the time I have here on this earth just a tad bit easier until one day we can all be reunited again someday in Heaven. Tonight, I just purchased the Angel of Freedom figurine as I know that now she is now in Heaven and is free of all autism. I now have a total of 9 Willow Tree angel figurines, and the daddy and daughter one. I have also purchased for Mari’s grandma and grandpa the grandmother and grandfather figures with a grandchild in remembrance of her as well. I know that I would have given anything to not have started my collection this way but I am ever grateful that those angels are an ever present symbol for our angel that is now in heaven.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by S.K. in Georgia, June 2012

    received the Angel of Freedom as a gift from fellow coworkers as a momento because I was going to another company for a job. The Angel of Freedom will always have sentimental value to me, meaning that I have the freedom to dream and soar in endless possibilities. When I look at the angel it makes me feel comforted and protected in my dreams.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Beverly in Co, March 2012

    I received a Willow Tree piece from my sister who lives in MN, the figure was the Angel of Freedom, how appropriate, and in her hands she holds a butterfly, a "symbol/reminder" of my Mom who had passed a year before, she lived in Ct and I in Co. Once again we are all connected due to this lovely piece. Thank-you. Beverly Aurora, Colorado.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Catrina in CA, January 2012

    My name is Catrina. A 5-year journey through difficult times with my beloved daughter has been consistently met with the kindest love of dear friends. One friend in particular, Susan, recently gave me the Angel of Freedom. To me, it signifies reminding me of you and a world of possibility! Thank you.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by gayle in New South Wales, Australia, January 2012

    My baby girl, Mia, died 4 hours after she was born in April 2010. This last Christmas (2011) the Angel of Freedom was addressed to her from her Aunt, Uncle & cousins. It was extremely special that they thought to put a present under the tree for her & remembered my darling girl!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by amanda in oregon, January 2012

    In September of 2011 my mother hung herself at our home. This was devastating to our family, especially to me her daughter. This holiday season was very difficult. I decided though she is no longer here I wanted to get her an angel. I choose for her the Angel of Freedom. My daughter opened it for my mom. It was for me a reminder of where she is and that people who do this need to be free of their demons. She will get a new one every year. This piece is a great gift for people who are going through things like this and much more. Thank you for making them. I look at it all the time and it helps me. My mommy is beautiful and so are all of these angels.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Hanne in Norway, December 2011

    I bought this beautiful angel in the memory of my dearest cat who just died. I got her when I was 12 years old, and she was with us for 15 years. She was like no other cat, always around us and always happy. I miss her. Now I have The Angel of Freedom to remember her by - every day!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Debbi in WI, December 2011

    My mom recently passed away. She was ill for 2 years and died 1 month before her 84th birthday. My mom loved butterflies. I purchased the Angel of Freedom butterfly for my sister for her birthday. My husband just gave me the same one for Christmas. I now want to purchase them for my other sisters. Every time we look at that angel, we will think of our mom who we miss more than words can say.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Bev in Ontario, December 2011

    I picked up "Freedom" for a friend who had lost her mother several years ago to cancer. It seemed very fitting and I like to pick something up that has meaning and comfort for close friends. Well, my mother-in-law passed away this past October (2011) and I went in search of two more "Freedom Angels" - one for myself and one for my sister-in-law. Freedom was THE absolute perfect choice to represent a symbol of my mother-in-law. She loved angels and butterflies, and after more than 15 years of chronic pain she was finally free. Thank you for sharing your special talent and gifts with us.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Ellie in Australia, October 2011

    My mother bought the Angel of Freedom for me when I was graduating high school and moving interstate for university. It was a frightening time of change but when Mom gave me the angel, I realised that I could turn this into a positive experience. Like the angel, I needed to let go of my home and open my wings to fly into a new experience. I'm grateful that this beautiful piece helped me make sense of that time. She now sits on my desk as I study, reminding me every day that I tread the path of freedom instead of fear.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Nicole in Maryland, September 2011

    When I had my son in December of 2009, he became sick with samonella and was admitted into the NICU. Every night I would sing him "Butterfly, Fly Away". When he passed away in February of 2010, I told everyone that his way of letting me know he was around would be through butterflies. Since that horrible day, my children, my husband and I have had a special attachment to butterflies, as do they to us. This makes me think of my Angel sending me butterflies!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Elida in Sweden, August 2011

    Following four years of infertility I was finally pregnant. But 1st of April a routine checkup turned not so routine at all as we found out my son had passed away. He was born into my hands two days later. There's not telling for the time that followed. Dark is one word that creeps to mind. Death is forever. And forever is a very long word. This angel now stands with his picture offering some kind of comfort to the thought of my butterfly child. It's a reminder that he is free now. I can let him go to see the stars and the sky, yet he sometimes sits down like a wee butterfly in my hands. It also gives me freedom to try for siblings. Never ever him, but a glimmer of hope - for one that might be fully and completely his or her own. Memories remain but freedom is still a comforting word.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Andrea in IL, July 2011

    I received this angel for my eight years clean anniversary. After having experienced a life of drug addiction and horror, I have acheived many great things. College degrees, motherhood, a great career and a lot of community service. I am so grateful to be able to experience a second life. Butterflies represent a lot to me because of the transformations they make, and this angel symbolizes everything that my life has come to stand for! This was an introduction to your products and I am hooked.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Jill in NY, June 2011

    Today I am buying this Angel of Freedom for my daughter who is graduating from high school. May her dreams of her future always come true! As a little girl she loved butterflies and gardens. This figurine will be the cake top on her graduation cake.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Allison in USA, April 2011

    I have Asperger's Syndrome and face many limitations. The butterfly holds special meaning to me, because it is free, but fragile. I mentioned to my mom that I liked Willow Tree figurines and wished they made an angel/person holding a butterfly. I just received the "Angel of Freedom." It sits on my photo shelf with the special people in my life, including my mom.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Jessie in CA, December 2010

    I had purchased Angel of Freedom for myself this year. Each year I bought my friend Alice an Angel but she passed away last year. So I was going to named my angel Alice. Instead I gave her to Bernice, a dear friend I have known for 66 years, who was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease. This Angel will look after her.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Frances in France, August 2010

    I brought myself "Angel of Freedom". She now stands by my son's picture. He was killed in a road traffic accident a few years ago whilst out riding his beloved motorbike. All his life he was a free spirit and lived that life to the full. This little angel reminds me of a young man that always allowed his dreams to soar and that now he is forever free. This angel is truly beautiful and because of the memories she invokes she will always be special to me.

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Dalia in France, May 2010

    What i liked most about this piece is that it portrays freedom and independence as something angelical!Someone who has a free and independent spirit may find comfort in that. Often those people are considered difficult or even thought of as selfish and not caring. And here comes Susan Lordi with her pretty little angel. I received this gift yesterday from a special person. "Allowing dreams to soar" is more than welcome. At a time of my life when several things have been put "on hold", may this angel, through her Freedom and Liberty allow Dreams to Soar!

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    Angel of Freedom

    Submitted by Ruth in Connecticut, April 2010

    Angel of Freedom was my first Willow Tree Angel. I received it as a gift for my high school graduation. It meant a lot to me, I was about to attend a college far from home and felt it was my time to finally spread my wings and explore the world. This angel with her very simple pose conveyed that feeling for me.

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    • Name: Angel of Freedom
    • Materials: resin, metal
    • Measurements: 5"h
    • Sentiment: Allowing dreams to soar
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