Hamsa hand Greeting card
A charming paper greeting card to send to your loved ones or friends,
features an original Hamsa hand illustration by Kesemy design.
comes in a white envelope.
The original Hamsa hand, an ancient graphic and popular symbol for good luck, is common in Mediterranean cultures and represents the 5 fingers in the hand.
The Hamsa was designed to guard and protect against the evil eye, to protect from negative energies, and to bring good blessings and security into your home.
The eye on the Hamsa represents the eye that sees everything and protects against evil encounters.
This special Hamsa hand illustration has a classic shape but with a Dutch twist and Dutch elements, like the windmill, Canal houses, ‘omafiets’ (grandmother bike), the tulips, and the Clover and Horseshoe that are symbols for good luck in the Netherlands.
see also the ceramic Hamsa hand with the same design.
Kesemy design ceramic studio. www.kesemydesign.com
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