Litha Fairy Door Candle

$ 34.95

~o~ In celebration of the “spirits of the place”, this fantastical Fairy Door Candle has been created with the Summer Solstice in mind! Adorn with mounds of genuine tumbled crystals, layer upon layer of organza rainbow ribbons, natural elements and aromatic oils! It is topped with a sparkle of “pixie dust”

Description

~o~ In celebration of the “spirits of the place”, this fantastical Fairy Door Candle has been created with the Summer Solstice in mind! Adorn with mounds of genuine tumbled crystals, layer upon layer of organza rainbow ribbons, natural elements and aromatic oils! It is topped with a sparkle of “pixie dust”!

~o~ This bright and fun-filled candle is richly scented with my own Angel’s Mist Essential Oils of Luscious Lavender, Romantic Rose, Generous Geranium and a kiss of Honeysuckle!

~o~ The Solstice candle is dressed in rainbow lavender, bright orange, sunshine yellow, ravishing red and garden green organza ribbon.

~o~ This holiday candle is accented with a precious 3D butterfly, that appears to be sitting on the candle’s face. The butterfly is a symbol of transformation!

~o~ It is accented with real tumbled crystals of quartz, amethyst, agate, carnelian, aventurine, chelcedony, jasper, citrine, onyx and moonstone, both on top of the candle and around its lower border!~

~o~ A stunning, shiny, silver plated fairy door locket, made exclusively for Peacefulmind.com by Celtic Visions, approximately 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches, is the finishing touch on this amazing candle! It makes a fantastic necklace/pendant when hung on ribbon, a black cord or silver chain!

~o~ Measuring 3″ x 9″ inches tall, this candle is long lasting with a burn time of 90-140 hours.
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A little about the Litha Fairy Door Candle

~o~ Litha is the Summer Solstice or Midsummer, celebrated on June 20th or 21st, according to the Celtic Calendar.

~o~ Symbolically, this represents solar power and strength and is celebrated when the sun reaches its zenith.

~o~ Historically, it is the time to celebrate the Sun God at his highest point. This is the longest day of the year… light and life are abundant.

~o~ On this night’s eve, it was believed the “faery folk” are most active and visible by their actions.

~o~ As the solstice sun rises on its day of greatest power to kiss the landscape, it draws up with it the power of nature and its most fruitful tool of herbs, standing stones and crystals

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