A Kokopelli Birthday Wish
My husband and I saw artwork, trinkets, and images of the Kokopelli quite a bit on our trip to Sedona, Arizona back in March. According to ancient South-West Native American legends, the Kokopelli was a symbol of fertility, joy, feast, and long life. It was believed that he possessed the wisdom of age, and he brought good fortune and prosperity to anyone who would listen to his songs. I just think he’s cute – lol! !
I created the easel card base and decorative panels with dies from the “Circle Flip Die” set from Creek Bank Creations (#708).
The metallic bronze card stock is Recollections from Michaels. I also used several sheets from a Momenta 6×6 pad (lot 0005593) and some ivory and white card stock.
This A2 card folds flat for mailing.
Thanks for checking out my card post!