Thursday, January 22, 2015

Create Your Own Memorial Bench

We've had a lot of requests from people who want to create a memorial bench which is completely customizable.  I'm thrilled to be able to honor these requests!  We now offer a bench which can be inscribed with the wording of your choice, as well as the ability to add graphics. 

The process is really simple.  Just place an order and write your special text and select a graphic if you like.  A proof will be created for your own, one of a kind memorial bench.  Once you are completely happy with the look of the proof, the memorial bench will be created just for you.

I hope this helps for those of you who are looking for a way to express just the right sentiment on a special memorial.





Create Your Own Memorial Bench

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Sympathy Messages That Comfort

It's so difficult to think of the perfect sympathy messages to convey what you are feeling. You may be afraid that you'll upset someone if you bring up their loss or say their loved ones name. Ironically, this is exactly what those who are grieving need. Recently a customer sent me this sympathy quote that I just love:

"The mention of my mother's name may bring tears to my eyes, but it never fails to bring music to my ears. If you are really my friend, please don't keep me from hearing the beautiful music. It soothe's my broken heart and fills my soul with love."
I think those words ring so true to those who are grieving. I've been told so many times that what they miss most is hearing their loved ones name.

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Ghandi Sympathy Quote Windchime


Sympathy Quotes can be so encouraging during times of loss. We designed this beautiful new Ghandi Sympathy Verse Windchime as a unique way to combine the power of words with the beautiful echos of remembrance.
The lovely sympathy quote by Ghandi is laser engraved on each windchime paddle:
"There are no good-byes for us...Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart"
This hand-tuned chime retails for $59.95.
FREE SHIPPING.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Interview with Pat Klassen of ScrapBooking-Plus-Stories

I recently had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by Pat Klassen. You can read the interview here.

Pat offers a lovely service which creates one-of-a-kind memorial books. Information can be found here. Each book is a loving legacy which is completely customized for a loved one. These memorial books truly make a lasting give of remembrance.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

2009 Holiday Ornament now Available!







We received our shipment of this years ornament today and I am so excited! The piece is simple and lovely. The verse, "Those we have held in our arms for a little while, we hold in our hearts forever" is surrounded by hearts.




Our 2009 Remembrance ornament if on sale now and ready for immediate shipment!




Friday, January 23, 2009

Recognition for moms in business

As a mom with four kids, it's sometimes a challenge to run a business as well as raise a family. I am honored to have been nominated for the Leading Moms in Business contest. For those of you who know me and have been customers for the past 6 years, I'd love your support. Please visit this link to see my nomination:

http://www.startupnation.com/leading-moms-2009/contestant/2935/index.php?mode=success

Thanks for trusting me with your special gift needs. As always, warmest regards, Renee

Friday, January 16, 2009

From a father who knows....

I had the honor of receiving these words from a father who was speaking about losing his son. They are so sweet and ring so true that I wanted to share them with you.....

"Nothing that anyone says or does will remind us of our pain. We live it every day. If we cry when our child's name or death is brought up, you don't create those tears. They're always only a heartbeat away. And, in most cases, those are tears from a grateful heart for remembering us. We appreciate so much that our children are not forgotten because once they die they create no more memories."

Rob Anderson, in loving memory of his son Brendon