These little friends make the perfect shelf sitter to add the magic of the Animal Spirit to your space! You will receive all four prints shown. Also available individually in the shop here in the Postcards section.
"Set of 4 Prints" and receive all four prints in the series for the price of three. Please make your selection from the drop menu.
Size: Approximately 5.5" x 4.25"
115lb High Gloss Stock
Blank on Reverse Side
Postcards ship in clear, protective cello sleeve and in a stay-flat mailer. If purchasing multiples, each postcard ships in its own individual sleeve. Perfect for gift giving!
Owl Symbolism: The owl is a symbol of the feminine, the moon and the night. A creature of darkness, magic, prophecy and wisdom. As a spirit animal, the owl guides you to see beyond the veil of deception and illusion, it helps to bring light to what has been hidden. When the owl is one of your power animals, you have a strong intuition and can access information and wisdom that is usually hidden to most.
Raven Symbolism: Ravens are magical, intelligent and loving creatures who are friendly and sociable and greatly enjoy being a part of a group. They will band together as a whole to look out for one another as well as warn other animals when danger is near. Ravens are known as the "keeper of secrets" in several native tribes, and are the teachers of mysticism. They are well known for the curiosity and will explore all that catches their attention. They remind us to pay attention, heighten our awareness and to explore fully all things that catch our own attention in our own path. The Universe is sending messages, are you paying attention?
Rabbit Symbolism: Rabbits are highly attuned to the Earth. They take their time getting to know their environment and they especially like to feel safe in their surroundings. Rabbits have a strong inner voice that helps to protect them. Their strength lies in their ability to quietly assess their situation before acting. By becoming quiet, their confident inner voice can help to guide them to where they need to be. Rabbits are known for their fertility and are associated with the Celtic Goddess of Spring, Eostra and with Ostara (Easter). Many cultures associate them with the moon, including Native American, Hindu and Chinese. Rabbits have long been a symbol of rebirth and springtime.
Original art images created by Lauren Gray here in the Stone & Violet studio.