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- The three-eyed rabbit I made is now available in my Etsy shop!!!! She is ready to be adopted and she feels hopeful that someone out there could love her as much as her creater. The link to my shop is in my bio. 🌟☄💖🌹🐰 #handmade #handpainted #rabbit #thirdeye #dayofthedead #darkdolls #fabricdoll #halloweendoll #fabricart #etsyshop #etsy #shophandmade #fabricrabbit #dollmaker #dollmakers #maker #makersgonnamake #makersmake #etsyshopowner #artoftheday #fabricpaint #clothart #clothrabbit #printfabric #supporthandmade #ooak #art #oneofakind #jazzylittleneedle
- The three-eyed rabbit I made is now available in my Etsy shop!!!! She is ready to be adopted and she feels hopeful that someone out there could love her as much as her creater. The link to my shop is in my bio. 🌟☄💖🌹🐰 #handmade #handpainted #rabbit #thirdeye #dayofthedead #darkdolls #fabricdoll #halloweendoll #fabricart #etsyshop #etsy #shophandmade #fabricrabbit #dollmaker #dollmakers #maker #makersgonnamake #makersmake #etsyshopowner #artoftheday #fabricpaint #clothart #clothrabbit #printfabric #supporthandmade #ooak #art #oneofakind #jazzylittleneedle
- The three-eyed rabbit I made is now available in my Etsy shop!!!! She is ready to be adopted and she feels hopeful that someone out there could love her as much as her creater. The link to my shop is in my bio. 🌟☄💖🌹🐰 #handmade #handpainted #rabbit #thirdeye #dayofthedead #darkdolls #fabricdoll #halloweendoll #fabricart #etsyshop #etsy #shophandmade #fabricrabbit #dollmaker #dollmakers #maker #makersgonnamake #makersmake #etsyshopowner #artoftheday #fabricpaint #clothart #clothrabbit #printfabric #supporthandmade #ooak #art #oneofakind #jazzylittleneedle
- 🌼 Cempaspuchitl is the name given to Mexican marigold flowers. The word "cempasuchitl" comes from the Nahuatl (the language of the Aztecs) word zempoalxochitl which means twenty-flower: zempoal, meaning "twenty" and xochitl, "flower." The number twenty in this case is used to mean numerous, referring to the flower's many petals, so the real meaning of the name is "flower of many petals." These flowers are also often referred to in Mexico as flor de muerto, which means flower of the dead, because they figure prominently every November 2nd in the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrations. 💀🌼 . . Their vibrant color is said to represent the sun, which in Aztec mythology guides the spirits on their way to the underworld. By using them in Day of the Dead rituals, the strong aroma of the flowers attracts the spirits who,are believed to return to visit their families at this time, helping them to find their way. In a similar way, burning copal incense is also thought to help guide the spirits. . . I want to thank @mexicoguide Suzanne for her wonderful text use above via TripSavvy. . . And special thanks to @jan_sochor_photography for his amazing picture. - Copyright © 2017 Jan Sochor
- 🌼 Cempaspuchitl is the name given to Mexican marigold flowers. The word "cempasuchitl" comes from the Nahuatl (the language of the Aztecs) word zempoalxochitl which means twenty-flower: zempoal, meaning "twenty" and xochitl, "flower." The number twenty in this case is used to mean numerous, referring to the flower& #39;s many petals, so the real meaning of the name is "flower of many petals." These flowers are also often referred to in Mexico as flor de muerto, which means flower of the dead, because they figure prominently every November 2nd in the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrations. 💀🌼 . . Their vibrant color is said to represent the sun, which in Aztec mythology guides the spirits on their way to the underworld. By using them in Day of the Dead rituals, the strong aroma of the flowers attracts the spirits who,are believed to return to visit their families at this time, helping them to find their way. In a similar way, burning copal incense is also thought to help guide the spirits. . . I want to thank @mexicoguide Suzanne for her wonderful text use above via TripSavvy. . . And special thanks to @jan_sochor_photography for his amazing picture. - Copyright © 2017 Jan Sochor
- 🌼 Cempaspuchitl is the name given to Mexican marigold flowers. The word "cempasuchitl" comes from the Nahuatl (the language of the Aztecs) word zempoalxochitl which means twenty-flower: zempoal, meaning "twenty" and xochitl, "flower." The number twenty in this case is used to mean numerous, referring to the flower's many petals, so the real meaning of the name is "flower of many petals." These flowers are also often referred to in Mexico as flor de muerto, which means flower of the dead, because they figure prominently every November 2nd in the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrations. 💀🌼 . . Their vibrant color is said to represent the sun, which in Aztec mythology guides the spirits on their way to the underworld. By using them in Day of the Dead rituals, the strong aroma of the flowers attracts the spirits who,are believed to return to visit their families at this time, helping them to find their way. In a similar way, burning copal incense is also thought to help guide the spirits. . . I want to thank @mexicoguide Suzanne for her wonderful text use above via TripSavvy. . . And special thanks to @jan_sochor_photography for his amazing picture. - Copyright © 2017 Jan Sochor

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