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Cupid surely shot lots of hearts with his pointed arrow on this brightly red and festive hand painted Valentine's Day wine glass. The hearts are all varied in sizes and entwined with ribbons of red and gold.
Some hearts are hand painted brightly red while others are left open symbolizing to let love in. Celebrate this day of Love with your Valentine by drinking your favorite necter from these hand painted Valentine's Day wine glasses.
Celebrate Valentine's Day With Your Sweetheart
Give your sweetheart a set of Valentine's Day Wine Glasses hand painted in bright red, gold and clear hearts entertwined with each other. The hearts symbolize love, and these hearts are all joined together hand painted in different sizes and shapes etched in gold.
Set of two for $50.00
To commemorate another Important February Holiday - Mardi Gras - February 13, 2013 celebrated not just in New Orleans, but in several cities around the world. These wine glasses are $25.00 each.
Accordingto http://www.dltk-kids.com/crafts/mardigras/history.htm Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday". The name comes from the ancient custom of parading a fat ox through Paris on this day. The ox was to remind the people that they were not allowed to eat meat during Lent.
Lent runs from Ash Wednesday thru Easter Sunday.
Mardi Gras moves. It can be anywhere between February 3rd and March 9th. The date depends on when Easter falls.
French people who came to the United States brought the custom of Mardi Gras with them. The most famous festival in the US (and perhaps the world) is at New Orleans in Louisiana *wistful sigh*--
I've always wanted to go, not necessarily for Mardi Gras, but just to see it.
But Mardi Gras parades happen throughout the world. Biloxi in Mississipi, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Nice in France, Binche in Belgiun and Viareggio in Italy are just a few examples.