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PEACE Prayer Flags

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  • This small set of polyester prayer flags are screen printed by the hands of Tibetan artisans in Kathmandu.
  • Made with the traditional colors of blue, white, red, green, and yellow, these flags feature Eternal Knot symbols in each corner as well as an image of a stupa.
  • They are designed to promote peace and prosperity.

P - Practicing Generosity

E - Expressing Truth

A - Acting with Kindness

C - Co-creating Balance

E - Experiencing Joy

Set includes 5 flags that measure about 5 by 5 inches.  Entire strand is about 4 feet long.  Made of polyester.

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VH
04/26/2022
Vicki H.
United States United States

Beautiful

Beautiful flags with wonderful messages.

SK
04/12/2022
Sara K.
United States United States

Supporting peace in Ukraine -

Love these prayer flags! They fly proudly in the front of my house. Only wish they were bigger so the message would be more easily read from a distance.

MC
04/12/2022
Marsha C.
United States United States

Inspiring Prayer Flags

I like these peace prayer flags so much that I have bought a few of them as gifts for friends, including for one who is moving into a new home. I hung ours in a doorway in our kitchen, as I have other prayer flags in our garden. When the furnace comes on, the flag blows gently into our kitchen and house. Thanks so much for this lovely addition to your prayer flag collection.

CC
04/12/2022
Christine C.
United States United States

Peace prayer flags.

Very fine. I distributed a few and everyone loved them.

CW
04/11/2022
Christine W.
United States United States

Teaching Peace

Lovely that it was for Ukraine support. I have it hanging from my shelf at school.

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