Peridot Virgo Greeting Card

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Peridot Virgo Greeting Card by ldbdreams

Virgo is the Sixth sign of the Zodiac. This beautiful Virgo, floats in her constellation. I drew her from my studies of what Virgo is. Virgo’s symbol is sometimes shown as a woman carrying a sheaf of wisdom, representing the harvesting of wheat at the time of year of the Virgo (late summer). Virgo’s symbol is the virgin, and is often considered a shy, “lady in waiting” personality that is a little naive. Though Virgos are seldom celibate, they often keep their personal identity intact throughout their lives. This composure is virginal in nature. Virgos are hardworking, reliable, logical and highly intellectual. Most have sharp minds and a strong work ethic. Most sources tell me the Lucky Virgo colors are Blue, Silver, Dark-Violet, Indigo, Yellow-Green, and/or Earth colors Browns, and Greens. The blues are like the September Blue Sapphire, and the Yellow & Greens are like the August Peridot. So I played with the colors of this art piece, and came out with 4 colorful pieces, in some of these colors discussed for Virgo. The trait, “I analyze” is written on some of these items, because it is a well-known trait of a Virgo. Some believe Virgos were born to analyze problems in detail, and are able to solve problems in the best logical solution. They are great counselors, and investigators. If you would like to use another Virgo trait that you are fond of, you may click the “customize it” button and change the wording around.

Color variations available!!!

Sapphire Virgo Card   •    Dark Violet Card   •   Indigo Card

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