Magsaya Guåhan Transparent Sticker, Square, 1pc

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NOTE: IMAGE IS FLIPPED so that it can be placed on a window to be read from the other side. Magsaya (lettering in green), a Tagalog word for HAPPY, includes symbolic elements of what will bring kaginhawahan (well-being) to Guåhan and its people. The crocodile teeth call on the anito/ancestors for protection (top). The plants below represent prosperity and the earth element. Rain brings the element of water and abundance. The lightning/kinilat (left) represents the connection of heaven to earth as well as the fire element. The Baybayin lettering in the middle is a nod to the protectors of Mauna Kea, who called themselves Kiaʻi, and whose power and inspiration reverberates throughout Oceania, as the element of air. Close your eyes and exhale "magsaya", and, within increasing ease, practice ha or breathe in all the elements that come together to create ginhawa (to prosper with ease).

These square transparent (slightly frosted) stickers come in 5"x5" size and are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. Thanks to their water-resistant vinyl construction, they can maintain their looks & colors, even against the elements. Great for customizing untinted windows.

.: Material: water-resistant vinyl
.: Available in 5"x5" size
.: Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
.: Transparent (frosted) and printed horizontally flipped for image to properly appear behind a window.
.: Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts