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Snowflakes Dinner Napkins
Snowflakes Dinner Napkins

Snowflakes Dinner Napkins

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Have you ever heard that water crystals change when exposed to different vibrations? This is what Masaru Emoto believes and after a tremendous amount of research he released the book "The Hidden Messages in Water". He started with exposing water to different kinds of music and taking microscopic photographs in the moment the frozen water crystalizes before quickly turning into liquid form. He saw that water taken from the same source changed when different music was played to it. With this knowledge he explored the phenomena further by exposing the water with different words written and spoken to it. His theory was that it is the vibration that the water was susceptive too and thus would change with the words, pictures and energy it was exposed to.

If you find this interesting, I recommend you to read his book and see the photos of how the water crystals look in the different vibrations! You can also look on his website: http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/index.html

I find this very interesting and that's why the bottom snowflake in my design is inspired by the beautiful crystal of Love and Gratitude. What would be a better to set your table with this season?

Choose between a natural or grey fabric.

Each napkin is individually machine embroidered, with delicate details on quality eco-friendly fabric. Made from hemp, organic cotton and recycled polyester, these napkins are soft and durable. Hemp absorbs moisture well, dries quickly and wears beautifully, getting softer with use and wash. It also wrinkles minimally after the first few washes.

Each napkin measures 16 x 16 inches and comes in a set of 4. The embroidery measures approximately 2.5 x 2.5 inches and is located in the lower right corner of the napkin.

Machine wash warm and tumble dry hot.

Fabric: 45% hemp, 40% organic cotton, 15% recycled polyester

Made in my studio in the Northern Sierras, just north of Lake Tahoe.