Story card reads:
The Legend of the Pretzel
In the early centuries of the Church, Christians would fast on bread and water during the seasons of Advent and Lent. One day a creative young Italian monk rolled his Lenten dough of water, flour and salt into the shape of two arms crossed in prayer. He called his new bread bracellae— little arms—in Latin. German Christians called these breads bretzels, and over time, they became known as pretzels!
-- Ornament: Resin, 3" -- Card: Paper, 3 x 2"