Hazel’s Cheery Sunflower!


Looks like Hazel has been out in the garden picking sunflowers again! This precious little girl exudes enthusiasm by showing everyone the beautiful sunflower that she has grown!

To me, the sunflower is representative of the summer and is actually one of my favorite flowers….So simple and so cheery. To some, the sunflower is a symbol of good luck too!

A fun gift for any gardener or sunflower enthusiast. Perfect for anyone needing a little extra luck too!
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Created from felted wool, Hazel has perky little ears, beaded eyes. Her wired tail helps to keep her standing upright. Hazel carries a cheery sunflower, also crafted from felted wool, which she proudly holds out for everyone to see! Her pride is evident by the expression on her face, making one wonder whether Hazel’s sunflower was something that she grew? This sweet little girl makes an ideal gift for anyone that likes spending time out in the garden or that has a soft spot for sunflowers!

Hazel’s sunflower is so realistic that I had a hard time determining it, from the ones growing beside her in my garden!

‘In many folkloric traditions, sunflowers are seen as symbols of good luck. Planting them around your home and garden will bring fortune your way. It is also said that if you pick a sunflower at sunset, then wear it on your person, it will bring you good luck the following day.’ (http://paganwiccan.about.com/)

Be sure to collect all members of our Country Mouse Collection. These adorable creatures are not only a fun addition to any home but also, are a wonderful reminder of special lifetime occasions and holidays! Unique and thoughtful; start your collection today!

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