Easter Lily

 Beautiful French Beaded Easter Lily. 6 Ivory Ceylon petals and stamens make up this flower with 3 green leaves and a green stem. Flower is approximately 30cms (12 inches) tall and has a 15cms (6 inches) flower diameter.
Made with 2mm glass seed beads and wire!
Colours used for this flower are 3 – ivory Ceylon & 2 – silver lined green with green mix and orange mix stamens. IMG_6754
Can be made in any colour combination see attached colour chart for options Flower bead colours. Some colour combinations may cost a little more. Can make with different coloured tips if required.

This flower is quite heavy!  The price of this flower pictured is £35 and there may be an extra amount to allow for modifications.  However will charge for exact postage and not make profit on this. Will contact with exact price.

IMG_6740To purchase this flower contact me via the Contact Me tab.

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The magnificent white lily known as the Easter Lily has long stood as a symbol of purity, hope, innocence and peace. Also called the Bermuda lily, the Trumpet lily, and Jacob’s Tears, the Easter lily is a biblical flower commonly associated with the resurrection of Christ.IMG_6757

In Christian tradition, the Easter lily signifies rebirth and a new beginning. It is said that beautiful white lilies sprang up in the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus wept in the last hours before he was betrayed by Judas. Another legend claims that the white lilies grew from the repentant tears shed by Eve upon her departure from Paradise.

The lily is mentioned frequently throughout the bible and serves today as a beautiful reminder of the significance of the Easter season. Easter lilies grace homes and churches each spring as a symbol of purity, joy, hope and life.



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