Pizho & Penda Bulgarian Martenitsa

Martenitsa - unique symbol of love and well-being

Мартеници - Вълна

Мартеници - Вълна

Plovdiv, Bulgaria by kami and the rest of the world: Martenitsa - the spring celebration in Bulgaria

Martenitsa - the spring celebration in Bulgaria

Plovdiv, Bulgaria Martenitsa - the spring celebration in Bulgaria

Red Rose White Rose Bracelet - Tradityional Martenitsa, #Handmade of Soft Merino Wool by Mariola

Red Rose White Rose Bracelet, Red and White Infinity Bracelet, Good Luck Winter Jewelry, Wool Felt Flower Jewelry, Sister Infinity Gift

Bulgarian Martenitsa by World_Tree, via Flickr

Bulgarian Martenitsa by World_Tree, via Flickr

Funny traditional Bulgarian martenitsa :)

Funny traditional Bulgarian martenitsa :)

Baba marta, martenitsa, #Martenitsa #Martenitza

Baba marta, martenitsa, #Martenitsa #Martenitza

Martenitsa Lucky Clover

Lucky clover - each leaf is believed to represent something: the first is for faith, the second is for hope, the third is for love, and the fourth is for luck.

Handmade Bulgarian Martenitsi. On the 1st of March Bulgarian people celebrate a traditional holiday called Baba Marta. It is related to welcoming the approaching spring. On that day, Bulgarians exchange, so called "Martenitsi" and tell each other, "Chestita Baba Marta!" (Happy Grandma Marta!). This custom is essentially to wish great health, good luck, and happiness to family and friends. The Martenitsa is made of twined red and white threads - woollen, silk, or cotton.

Handmade Bulgarian Martenitsi. On the 1st of March Bulgarian people celebrate a traditional holiday called Baba Marta. It is related to welcoming the approaching spring. On that day, Bulgarians exchange, so called "Martenitsi" and tell each other, "Chestita Baba Marta!" (Happy Grandma Marta!). This custom is essentially to wish great health, good luck, and happiness to family and friends. The Martenitsa is made of twined red and white threads - woollen, silk, or cotton.

Martenitsa = Piece of Art

An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March Bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health, luck and happiness.

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