This wall tile is a great way to add a little pop of color and elegance to your walls! On the back you will find a small, round hole which can be used for hanging your decorative tile on a nail or hook. Each wall piece comes with a 3M removable hook which can be removed from your walls without damaging them. To attach your hook and hang your piece(s), simply remove the covering from the "wall" side of your tab and press and hold it against the wall for 30 seconds. Then remove the opposing covering on your tab and firmly press and hold your plastic hook onto it for another 30 seconds. If you ordered more than one piece in one or more of my wall designs, your order will come with a template to make hanging your pieces in an even grid a breeze! This tile measures 4.5" wide x 4.5" tall x .5" deep.
16: Quatrefoil Wall Tile- Dreamer
The meaning of the heron varies from culture to culture but generally represents the importance of stillness, living in the moment, determination and precision in your work.
The Lunar Hare:
The lore of the Hare is rich in many cultures. The hare is often seen as a servant of the gods in mythology and acts as a messenger from the gods to mankind, traveling by moonlight to instruct and guide us. In the West, we speak of the 'Man in the moon' when looking at the moon's markings. In the East, generations have passed down the story of the 'Hare in the moon' who can be seen here, bent over her cauldron, creating the elixir of life for the lunar goddess.
This young girl leading her horse is based on my friendship with my first miniature horse, Benji. At the age of 5, riding Benji taught me a lot about life, friendship and grit. Every time that roly-poly pony would buck me off, I got right back on – a hard lesson that every horse lover values in and out of the saddle.
This little girl swinging and blowing bubbles stands, not only as a reminder of the beauty of innocence, but also of the beauty of this world if we are able and willing to see it with innocent eyes.
Leap of Faith:
This card shows a woman stepping confidently over the edge of a Rococo scrollwork cliff with a handful of balloons. I drew this in response to a poem I mis-memorized as a small child that has stuck with me as a reminder to head into the unknown with confidence and excitement. “When you come to the edge of all the light you know and are about to step off into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing one of two things will happen: either there will be something solid on which to stand, or you will learn to fly.” The original version of this inspiring quote was written by Patrick Overton.
The black bear is often seen as a symbol of power. However, the bear also carries a more subtle message: a reminder of the importance of respecting our seasons- resting, playing and working in a balanced cycle regardless of where others around us are in their cycles. You may be in your 'winter', watching anxiously as someone in their 'spring' is surging ahead in life, wondering why that isn't happening for you too. The bear reminds us to take that time to hibernate, look within and rest so that we too can surge forward when the time is right.