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My orgami fabric peace cranes are handcrafted from quality cotton fabrics in a fun collection of popular prints. Each is hardened to permanently hold its shape. This crane is in an autumn colors paisley.

Excellent for teacher gifts, holiday gifts, and hostess housewarming gifts.

I used metallic embroidery floss for the hanging loop, with a wire-wrapped glass bead securing it at the base.

Measures approximately 5" from beak to tail, 5" wing-span, and 1.5" from bottom to the top of it's back.

Each comes gift boxed in a colored oriental take-out box with lime green tissue.

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Box includes a card with the following story:

The Japanese Origami Crane has become a symbol of peace due to a Japanese girl named Sadako Sasaki, who was exposed to the radiation of Hiroshima. She heard the legend that folding 1,000 cranes would bring one’s heart’s desire. She decided to fold 1,000 cranes so that she could live.

Upon realizing she would not survive, she wished instead for world peace and an end to suffering. She didn't finish all 1,000 cranes before her death, so her school friends all joined in to finish them for her, in hopes of making her wish for peace come true.
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Ships via USPS First Class mail.

Fabric Peace Crane Origami Holiday Ornament Autumn Multicolor Wrapped in a Take-Out Box


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, embroidery floss, wire wrapped glass bead
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 93 reviews
  • Favorited by: 19 people