Autumn. Fallen leaves and stag's skull. The Stag, who represents the horned fertility God, has symbolically decomposed along with the autumn leaves as nature shows no sign of life until the next green spring when new deerlets are born, and the cycle of life picks up again.
Rustic looking wren birdhouse with Wisconsin or Minnesota license plate roof and whitetail deer antler perch. The hole is 1 1/4 so only wrens, chickadees and nuthatches will fit. NO SPARROWS! The roof is screwed on for easy removal for end of the season clean out. If you would like I can drill the hole bigger so a bluebird can use it. I can also add a hanger wire if desired. Specify if you would rather have a Minnesota plate when making the purchase. I have several other states licens...
Orange Orange is motivational, uplifting and optimistic - and is perfect for those who want a friendly and social atmosphere at their wedding, with lots of chatting, fun and laughter. Brides and grooms who pick oranges tend to be VERY gregarious, with a big social circle, and tend to be the life of the party. They’re also soft and gentle, when they need to be, and always put people at ease.
Fawns in the Spring- this little guy looks like the one that was born just outside my back door. He was so tiny that when I want to take a picture he tried to stand up but his legs wouldn't hold him so he had to stay put for a couple days. Too cute!
Wolf Spirit - Wolf is the Grand Teacher. Wolf is the sage, who after many winters upon the sacred path and seeking the ways of wisdom, returns to share new knowledge with the tribe. Wolf is both the radical and the traditional in the same breath. When the Wolf walks by you, you will remember --Robert Ghost Wolf #towardthewithin