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Lucky Jeweled Bug $16.00
Beautiful Exclusive Limited Collection of handcrafted Jeweled Lucky Bug in a gift bag with Legend card. These exclusive Lucky bugs in this collection are made from Jewelry, gems, marble, crystals & Beads by our Vintage artist R.A. Allard. These Jeweled bugs are handcrafted with extensive time and craftsmanship put into each and every unique piece. Can be made in many colors, although every single one is unique in their own way. No two are exactly alike. Single Lucky Bug Can also be used as beautiful ornaments, show off as Screen bugs, accessorize that special gift, hat, clothing, Baskets, hang on window, plants, Olive Oil bottles or trees. The Legend Of The Lucky Bug. They say that many different bugs bring Good Luck, Great Health, Wealth, Prosperity, Strength, Peace, Patience, Purity, Courage & Happiness. Place these handcrafted Jewel Bugs in your home, attach to your screen, hang on a plant, tree, wear on your hat or outfit, place in your car, or just carry with you. Give the gift of Luck, Wealth, Health and Happiness to yourself or someone in your Life! The Legend of the Christmas Spider is an Eastern European folktale which explains the origin of tinsel on Christmas trees. Small ornaments in the shape of a spider are traditionally a part of the Christmas tree decorations.A poor but hardworking widow once lived in a small hut with her children. One summer day, a pine cone fell on the earthen floor of the hut and took root. The widow's children cared for the tree, excited at the prospect of having a Christmas tree by winter. The tree grew, but when Christmas Eve arrived, they could not afford to decorate it. The children sadly went to bed and fell asleep. Early the next morning, they woke up and saw the tree covered with cobwebs. When they opened the windows, the first rays of sunlight touched the webs and turned them into gold and silver. The widow and her children were overjoyed. From then on, they never lived in poverty again.Finding a spider on a Christmas tree is considered good luck. They also decorate Christmas trees with artificial spider webs. The tradition of using tinsel is also said to be because of this story.