felt key chain elephant

The elephant as key chain - giant in small format made of soft felt

The small image of the largest land mammals on earth made of soft felt. The elephants move silently and are very sensitive and elephants are very social. The descendants of the prehistoric mammoth support themselves in the family and are happy together about newborns or mourn for their deceased family members. This symbolism was the inspiration for the key ring with the elephant.

The keychain made of wool felt from the friends of the elephants

The elephant keychain made of felt holds your keys together with a ring made of stainless steel with screw cap! And it inspires with 5 mm thick wool felt from 100% virgin wool. For the design and manufacture of the felt trunk animal, we have withdrawn to our "elephant camp", the werktat workshop.

A colourful elephant family of key rings made of felt

We bring color into play with elephants: The color selection of our pachyderms includes 20 together with the blue elephant in the number. In addition to the plain colours you will find mottled shades and key rings made of two-coloured felts.

Felt pendant elephant is a popular symbol of wisdom, strength and wisdom.

In Africa and Asia, the proboscidean is revered as a symbol of happiness and long life: elephants can live to be over 80 years old. And it embodies acumen, energy and independence. Humans are similar to elephants in many ways. Being close is very important to them, they often touch each other gently with their trunks, they greet a newborn calf full of joy and they mourn the dead. The power animal teaches us to give the positive similarities more space and to leave destructive feelings like envy, fear or even hatred behind us. Give with our key rings or gift rings joy and the good qualities of the proboscidean. Have a look at the other animal motifs like the butterfly, the pig, the dolphin or the deer or let yourself be inspired by the felt key rings.

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