Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Lullaby of Angels' Enlightenment

On a blessed evening, adorable little angels bring serenity and love to a young woman's home. They flutter around her snow white canopy bathtub and heavenly glowing bed, as their soft voices sing a lullaby of enlightening, inspirational guidance. Uplifting thoughts caress the woman's mind like a warm, captivating embrace; such as: "The beauty of life is to experience yourself", "The power of prayer extends happiness", "Our intuition lies in our innocence", "Sing from your heart", and "When you know that all is light, you are enlightened". A lovely, antique wall hanging that reads "Always kiss me goodnight" and music notes are also featured on this enchanting canister.

This exquisite piece is best used as a candle votive to create an enchanting atmosphere or to give as a gift filled with chocolates. You can also display this as a trinket container, pen or pencil holder, or as a stunning work of art. This canister also makes a great gift for holding baked goods, candies, soaps, bath salts, teas, etc. Also in my shop are some beautiful "cello" bags made of 1.2 mil crystal clear polypropylene that are decorated in elegant white lace and are used as candy bags, food bags, soap bags, or for any small item. These are great for using in this size tin when giving as a gift to contain other presents.

The eco-friendly recycled materials used in this item are: a steel can, recycled paper, yogi tea tags, and magazine clippings. This piece measures 5 1/2 inches tall and 4 inches wide. The interior of this tin is painted a charming golden yellow.

I have marked the price of this particular canister down because; like all of my canisters, I have applied Mod Podge as a glossy sealant and finish to provide protection of the images...the angels on this canister are printed from a collage sheet on high quality photo paper and unfortunately the Mod Podge has slightly damaged some of the film over the angel images. However, the bathtub, bed, woman, wall hanging, and music notes are magazine clippings and are in pristine condition. The pictures provided are of the completed piece and show all of the flaws and perfections.

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