Flowering Fortunes | Beckoning Cat
• Seeds: Sweet Alyssum, Creeping Daisy or Garden Petunia embedded in paper fortune
• Size: 2” H x 1.75” W
• Made in Japan
Cute Carriers of Good Luck
The maneki-neko is a common Japanese figurine believed to bring good luck. The figurine depicts a Japanese Bobtail with a paw raised in a beckoning gesture, and displaying a koban coin around its neck. The original white color is for overall good fortune, red is for good health, and yellow is for wealth.
Hidden inside each of these darling lucky cats is a fortune that flowers. Simply pull the string on the bottom of the charm to release it.
The fortune’s paper is embedded with flower seeds. After reading the fortune, sow it and watch luck bloom.
The fortunes cover eight aspects of life like traditional o-mikuji (paper fortunes that are received when making offerings at a Japanese shrine or temple).
Create party favors for adult birthdays, wedding showers and parties.
IMPACT FACT - The charms are made from environmentally friendly paper clay.