Valentine’s Day Wood Chainsaw Carvings; Dove, Swan & Other Animal Species that Represent Love

Each year for Valentine’s Day we spend countless hours trying to plan the perfect day and find the perfect gift for those we love. Often times we run into the conundrum of finding something we haven’t done or purchased before. We want each Valentine’s Day to be more unique and special than the last. We want the gifts we give our spouse or significant other to serve as a reminder of our love for them. Something they can see or wear daily as a special memory of the time and effort we put into keeping the love alive in our homes. Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings offers a unique gift giving experience.

Wood Chainsaw Sculptures

Trees are mystical and majestic, they are ancient, living beings that provide us with the clean air we need to survive. They have been a vital role in our existence since the dawn of time. They offer protection and have healing powers, outliving any other living species on the planet. Trees stand as a signal of strength, union, fertility, equality, growth and resurrection. We at Carve A Bear have a love for trees and art. Together, they form a perfect union, allowing us to create timeless works of art that live on forever. This Valentine’s Day give your loved one a unique gift that will last a lifetime. Some animals represent that in which we will soon be celebrating, love and union. Following are a few idea’s for the upcoming love holiday.

Animals that Symbolize Love

Dove– For centuries, many cultures have celebrated the dove as a symbol of peace and deep symbolic love. Hinduism culture believes the dove represents the infinite capacity the spirit has for love. In ancient Greco-Roman mythology, Aphrodite/Venus beheld the dove as a sacred creature and in the West, doves and turtledoves symbolize love and are frequently used in wedding traditions.
Swan– The swan holds many deep and sacred meanings to a vast amount of cultures. They represent love, grace, purity, beauty and sincerity. The Celts believed swans were benevolent beings and forged images of swans into silver medallions that they wore around their necks for protection. In Hindu cultures, the swan is known as the Hasma bird and stands as a representation of the breath of the spirit and a divine mind. The swan has also long been revered as a symbol of the Virgin Mary and the love and purity she symbolizes.
Horse– Symbols representing the horse date back to prehistoric times. The first recognized acknowledgement of the horse in ancient times was in the third millennium B.C. where historians discovered slate tablets in Elam which reference this noble and wild beast. In ancient Celtic culture, Epona, the horse goddess was known for abundance, love and purity. In the Chinese zodiac, the horse stands as a pillar for practicality and love. In Mesopotamia, legend has it the sun was drawn by a horse riding across the horizon. They believed the horse stood as a symbol for the embodiment of love for the land, carrying life-giving light and warmth everywhere it went.

Chainsaw Carving Gifts & More in Las Vegas, Nevada, Helena, Montana & Nampa, Idaho

There are many animals that stand as symbols and offer a deep representation of love from centuries past. If you’re looking for the perfect gift this Valentine’s Day, you’ve found it. Offer your loved one a gift that stands for your never dying love for them. If you’d like to know more, or would like to go over other options, give us a call. We’re glad to help!