Sweet Simplicity

iPhone Wallets

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$35.00
Nadya Johnson

Joined January 2009

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Specifications

  • Material

    100% PU
    Length Width Height
    6" 5 1/2" 1/2"

Features

  • Open book style with built in stand and elastic strap closure
  • 3M adhesive strip designed to stick to your device
  • Anti reflector camera hole
  • Full access to camera, buttons and ports
  • iPhone 6 & 6s wallet holds two credit cards; 6 Plus & 6s Plus holds three
  • Easy to clean a with damp cloth

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Artist's Description

Lilies of the Valley
Convallaria majalis

How can such a tiny flower give off such tremendous fragrance? High on my list of favorites, tiny lily of the valley sends up its lovely sprays of little bells each spring. Allow it to spread a little (which it does) and its magical, sweet perfume will saturate the air like incense. Excellent ground cover in the shade, it also makes wonderful bouquets, especially mixed with violets.

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Once in the Lily Family, these sweet but highly toxic woodland plants are native to northern Europe. Common now in gardens elsewhere, they are now in the family Asparagaceae. The flower is also called Our Lady’s tears or Mary’s tears from Christian legend that it sprang from the weeping of the Virgin Mary during the crucifixion of Jesus. Other etiologies have its coming into being from the tears of Eve after she was driven with Adam from the Garden of Eden.

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Other names include May lily, May bells, and muguet (French). In the “language of flowers”, the lily of the valley signifies the return of happiness. Its scientific name, majalis, means “of or belonging to May.” Old astrological books place the plant under the dominion of Mercury, since Maia, the daughter of Atlas, was the mother of Mercury.

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I found while I lived in California, that lilies of the valley require a hard freeze over winter, to survive. On advice from a friend, I tried dumping ice cubes on the little patch I had in Oakland… worked for her but not for me. Then, she lived further east past the hills and its gets colder in the winter there, than on the Bay. They do flourish here in Illinois. I love them! They do have one drawback… the entire plant is highly poisonous. So look ~ smell~ don’t taste!

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Canon EOS Rebel XTi
From my garden/Savanna, Illinois (USA)

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