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Butterfly Ornament, sculpted by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Butterfly Ornament

Resilient, determined, courageous and beautiful...You have the qualities to transform your world
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  • Front view, figure in cream dress, holds skirt with both hands, carved like monarch, dotted with gold. Hook, loop on ornament's head
  • Side view, figure in cream dress, holds skirt with both hands, carved like monarch, dotted with gold. Hook, loop on ornament's head
  • Back view, figure in cream dress, holds skirt with both hands, carved like monarch, dotted with gold. Hook, loop on ornament's head
  • Butterfly Ornament
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Butterfly Ornament

Resilient, determined, courageous and beautiful...You have the qualities to transform your world

Product Details

  • 4.75”h hand-painted resin ornament, dotted with gold leaf. Sparkly gold white ribbon for hanging
  • Figure in cream dress, holding sides of her skirt out with both hands. Skirt has carved markings of a monarch butterfly, dotted with gold leaf. Hook and loop affixed to figure's head
  • Sentiment is written on hangtag. Packaged in fitted box for gift-giving
  • Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents

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About this Piece

"When I think of the monarch butterfly, I am reminded of courage and strength in the face of adversity. A magical metamorphosis… from tiny egg to hungry caterpillar to brilliant chrysalis spotted with gold, the butterfly finally emerges a dazzling beauty. Delicate and fragile, yet determined and resilient, it forges its way for hundreds of miles along a migration route of obstacles and erratic weather patterns, compelled to complete its miraculous journey. I see the monarch butterfly as a true metaphor – for the desire in each of us to be our best, to live resiliently, to thrive, to make a positive difference in the world.” –Susan Lordi

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