Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Irish Heritage

TOP OF THE MORNING TO YOU!

St. Patrick’s Day has always been special for me.  My Grandmother was largely in part Irish and my birthday is the day after, thus my very fond memories of St. Patrick’s Day.  What better way to express your appreciation for your Irish heritage than with a Scenty warmer that makes a true Irish statement!

Celtic Love Knot

An embossed and distressed Celtic knot pops on an emerald green background, accented by Irish cable details around the warmer dish.

Meaning:  The Celtic Love Knot is believed to mean “no beginning, no ending, the continuity of everlasting love and binding together or intertwining of two soul or spirits.”*

The Celts did not record the meanings behind the designs they recreated but scholarly speculation is that the symbols represented basic tenants of life, mankind and spirituality. The continual looping of the designs suggests themes of eternity and interconnectedness.*

Charlemagne

Charlemagne’s silver fleur-de-lis medallion is set against a glowing, cream-flecked blue background.

Symbolization:  The fleur-de-lis is a stylized image of a lily or iris, generally associated with France. Throughout history, the image has symbolized the Virgin Mary, the Holy Trinity, faith, wisdom and chivalry, as well as the three medieval social groups: the working class, the military, and the clergy.**

Display your Irish heritage with a Scentsy warmer!

You may purchase these Scentsy warmers @ http://db.scentsy.us

*http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_celtic_love_knot_mean

**http://www.ask.com/answers/68382921/what-does-the-fleur-de-lis-symbolize

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