At Wanagi Wolf Rescue & Sanctuary in the mountains just outside Albuquerque, NM, all the pack members pens have prayer flags flying. All the volunteers & kind people that come to visit the wolf-dogs LOVE seeing the prayer flags. These sweet innocent beings are always surrounded with love & protection. Thank you :>)
These beautiful red prayer flags are hanging behind our wood stove. The image of the goddess gently moves in the the thermal currents as our home warms from the fire in the wood stove. Thanks for these beautiful prayer flags!
very good. These flags are small but beautiful. There is at first a strong chemical smell—ink?—but since they are for outside, it didn’t affect their use.
Hello Tara, thanks so much for sharing your feedback! We are currently working with our artisans to avoid using plastic packaging for these pieces, for the freshly printed prayer flags are stored in plastic sheets, which we believe is causing that scent. No worries! There are no harsh chemicals in our pieces, and after they are hung outside for a few days, that will completely dissipate. I hope this information is helpful! Thanks again for taking the time to share your feedback, and for your support of Himalayan artisans!
I bought these flags to hang outside of my yoga studio. There is work being done to the outside at this time so I have not had a chance to hand them yet. But I know they will be beautiful and will attract lots of people!