Sympathy Gift Box Set – Small (10)

$30.45$46.90

The Small Box Set provides a keepsake box with the choice of mourning symbol (pin, ribbon, bracelet, or combination) on 10 cards to be given as a sympathy gift, or shared at a funeral with family and friends.  Text can be chosen to be as a gift, from family to family, family to guests, or family to attendants. The combination box set consists of 5 pins on cards and 5 bulk bracelets.

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Product Description

Choose Box Color – Brown – Black – White – A decorative keepsake box with a hinged lid and magnetic closure.  Size: 6”L x 1.5”H x 4.25”D

Choose symbol – Ribbon – Nylon ribbon with attached safety pin, 2.25″ high , Pin – Zinc alloy pin with enamel fill, butterfly closure, 1.5″ high or Bracelet – Embossed silicone bracelet with the word “REMEMBER” with black ribbon awareness symbols in front and behind. Combination – 5 zinc alloy pins on cards, and 5 bulk bracelets (embossed silicone with the word “REMEMBER” with black ribbon awareness symbols in front and behind)

Card Text Front – With Sympathy (worded as a gift to someone who has lost a loved one) / Family (worded family member to other family members)  Guest (worded family to guests) / Attendant  (worded family to funeral helpers)

Additional Information

Weight0.3 kg
Dimensions19 × 13 × 5.3 cm
“Contrary to what a lot of people believe (or hope), comfort doesn’t take the pain away. Comfort slides in beside the pain, pulling up a chair so that we have something more than sorrow in our hearts. Comfort gently expands our spirits so that we can breathe again. Comfort opens our eyes so that we can see possibility again. And on those days, whether it is the next day or five years removed, on that day when grief rears its dark head again, comfort helps us remember that pain is not all there is”
Peggy Haymes, Strugglers, Stragglers and Seekers: daily devotions for the rest of us
“Some losses never heal you just learn to carry the burden and shed a tear every now and then”
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