On your door or in your garden, these flags send a message of joy.
I had hoped to announce these before summer officially arrived, but the first printing was not up to my expectations, so I had them redone. Boy am I glad I did. They came out beautifully. Printed on white satin, the colors really glow.
Two separate flags with designs by Baha’i artist Jeannie Hunt. Put one on your door and the other in your garden, and make all of your neighbors smile.
These designs make great garden flags. They also make a great two-sided canvas tote bag. The flags are in, but the tote bags are not. The tote bags are on order and should be arriving around the end of this month!
Before I show you pictures of more flags, I want to mention three upgrades that came in this week. First, I’ve upgraded my Abdu’l-Baha memory medallion gift set in preparation for the commemoration of His passing. The cord for the “I am with you always” medallion now has a lobster claw clasp and a chain extension, and it and the photograph now go in an organza gift bag so you can see the picture.
The old version of this had a picture of the door of the old Shrine of Abdu’l-Baha. With the new shrine under construction, and the commemoration in November, it was time to update it. Not only did I add a detail from the new shrine to the front, but I changed the photo to everyone’s favorite. Now a smiling Abdu’l-Baha can sit on your child’s nightstand or be tucked inside their prayer book. I kept the same quotation.
Give them to children’s classes, or distribute them at the November commemoration.
The other upgrade is that the One Planet One People Please T-shirt is now available in metallic silver on black. I’ve always loved this combination. It is both subtle and elegant.
OK, now that you are caught up on my recent upgrades, let’s get back to flags. I only have a few of our 4-season We Are One Family flag left, so if this is your kind of message, grab one and add these summer colors to your summer garden.
There weren’t many literature tables or parades last year, but this summer promises to be different. This was a Juneteenth celebration in Yuma AZ last weekend. They put one of our table skirt/parade banners to good use.
As more and more people get vaccinated, it will finally be time to start welcoming people back into our homes. Even before then, these flags send a subtle message of unity that makes your whole neighborhood feel more welcoming. Our “Welcome Everybody” garden flag says that everybody, whatever color, shape or size, is welcome in your home. I’m running low on both of them, but will not be reprinting the door one (on the left).
Slide our No Room for Prejudice/World Citizen yard sign cover right over a yard sign or yard sign frame (available in most hardware stores), and share a message of unity.
With two sides and two messages to choose from, you can face one side towards the street, or put it perpendicular to the street so that people can see both sides.
Speaking of upgrades, I recently changed the World Citizen side from black to blue. It is even prettier now.
Do you have a flag pole holder on your porch? If you do, these would look amazing waving in the breeze. If not, you can still hang them in a window or on your wall. They are each 30×40″ with a pocket hem at the top for a flag pole to slide through.