Saturday, December 29, 2018

Wreaths - The Animals

Back at the wreath auction again. This time I am showing the ones featuring animals.




Is a spider considered an animal?




The holly wreath symbolizes the crown of thorns
worn by Jesus at Calvary.

It's red berries represent the blood He shed
for the forgiveness of our sins.

The endless circle is the eternal life
obtained through him.

13 comments:

The Feminine Energy said...

I never tire of seeing these wreaths, Ginny. It amazes me how folks come up with so many designs! Love, Andrea xoxo

Chatty Crone said...

Love those wreathes - the one with the two white birds (?) is beautiful.

And no I don't think spiders are animals - you are so cute.

Margaret Adamson said...

they are all lovely Ginny. Thanks for all the comments you have left on my posts over the past year and may I wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2019

Sandra said...

they are all beautiful, but I would not want the spider one. Hootin Anni would love the ones with the sweet white owls.. I wonder if all of them sold

Hootin' Anni said...

I enjoyed reading the background of the colors used! And ya, I'd say a spider is animal (definitely not vegetable or mineral). And naturally, I LOVE the ones with owls!

Hootin' Anni said...

Yesiree!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

They are so cute. I like the one with the white owl. I haven't seen one yet but there are quite a few of them around here. A few years ago they were rarely seen in these parts but since then they have become more common. I'm not sure why.

Ann Thompson said...

Of all the wreaths you've shown these are my favorites and I love all of these

Rose said...

These are all pretty wonderful...I would love to have the one with the spider web for Lorelei and her mommy.

Tamago said...

Those wreaths are so pretty with adorable animals! Love them all! Well, maybe except for spider haha. But it’s a very original and creative one!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful. I really like the last one, as it features birds.

Shug said...

beautiful wreaths.....and I love the representation...

Denise inVA said...

Thank you for sharing these lovely wreathes and their meaning Ginny. Happy New Year to you and your sweet family.