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<font size="2"><font color="red">Center of crown is a Phoenix
<font size="2"><font color="red">A design without a story is just a design, a design with a story, that's art.(Bill C) Cost to create these images $200.00 Per Image, Your cost "FREE!" 30 background colors on most products. Hi-Res image. Please note if you chance image or font view you product in the customize edit window (before) you purchase. Reason, your changes may cause the design or text to shift outside the safe area and be cut off. HINT: When changing text hold down the "CTRL" key scroll large view and change staying in side the safe area, Thanks for viewing, Bill
<font size="2"><font color="red">Mythology Bacchus, The God of Wine and Vegetation
<font size="2">Bacchus, in Greek mythology, was the god of wine and vegetation. He showed mortals how to cultivate grapevines and make wine. As the son of Zeus, Bacchus is usually characterized in one of two ways: First, as the god of vegetation specifically of the fruit of the trees. Eventually, he became the popular Greek god of wine and cheer, and wine miracles were reputedly performed at certain of his festivals. According to tradition, Bacchus died each winter and was reborn in the spring. To his followers, this cyclical revival, accompanied by the seasonal renewal of the fruits of the earth, embodied the promise of the resurrection of the dead. The yearly rites in honor of the resurrection of Bacchus gradually evolved into the structured form of the Greek drama, and important festivals were held in honor of the god, during which great dramatic competitions were conducted.</font>
<font size="2"><font color="red">The Phoenix
</font></font> <font size="2">A Phoenix is a mythical bird with a colorful plumage and a tail of gold and scarlet (or purple, blue, and green according to some legends) It has a 500 to 1,000 year life-cycle, near the end of which it builds itself a nest of myrrh twigs that then ignites; both nest and bird burn fiercely and are reduced to ashes, from which a new, young phoenix or phoenix egg arises, reborn anew to live again. The new phoenix is destined to live as long as its old self.A Site of Intrest,"krewe of Bacchus"
<font size="2"><font color="red">Please note:
</font> because New Orleans is hosting the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII, Mardi Gras festivities will pause for
(AIEEE! We gon pass a good time here! , cher!) 9 days during the Carnival season, and then resume after the Super Bowl.</font> <font size="2">Mardi Gras, or "Fat Tuesday", is the last day of the Carnival season as it always falls the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Most visitors will plan to arrive no later than Saturday, February 9, 2013 in order to enjoy an extended weekend of festivities.</font>
<font size="2"><font color="red"> Please Note: This design created in Corel Draw X-5-6 is up loaded @ 300dpi, and then reduced to a smaller size this makes the image and color appear blurred, it will not print that way, thanks. Bill </font></font>
<font size="2"><font color="red">Mardi Gras colors.
</font> Rex selected the official Mardi Gras colors in 1872. The 1892 Rex Parade theme Symbolism of Colors gave meaning to the colors:<font color="red">purple
</font> represents justice; <font color="red"> green,
</font> faith; and <font color="red">gold,
</font> power. Remember to wear the Mardi Gras colors of purple, green and gold during Mardi Gras whenever you're not in costume!</font>
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