keepsake


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something that causes one to remember

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The eco-friendly and bio-degradable keepsake box, urn or casket includes a non-denominational funeral service and guidebook designed to help families through the grieving process, a workbook for children, and a paint and brush set, so the keepsake box, urn or casket can be personalized.
I loved the idea of celebrating the birth of a child with an artistic keepsake and I wanted to be the one making them.
Packaged beautifully, every piece of jewellery and each keepsake come with a tag with a message that explains the story behind the name.
8220;These great new books add to our already amazing line of register books that include a bookshelf keepsake box,” said Matt Frazer, Consultant with Frazer Consultants.
KEEPSAKE boxes for couples grieving the death of a baby have been donated to a Birmingham hospital by a neonatal charity.
It was these items that were the inspiration behind Operation KEEPSAKE, to repatriate these mementos back to Canada and preserve them for future generations to see.
A keepsake for mum Why not buy your mum something different for Mother's Day this year?
This non - franchise keepsake ultrasound business has room to grow and expand.
Joe: The Rise of Cobra Mission Dossier is a fine keepsake for any fan of the movie: it provides an official companion volume with exclusive cast and crew commentary and discussions of technology, weaponry, and concepts used in the G.
They oppose the use of fetal ultrasound solely for entertainment videos or keepsake images.
The keepsake ultrasound is not medically indicated and is not billed to the patient's insurance.
They have all made their way onto Christmas trees, thanks to Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments.
of South Carolina) offers a facsimile edition of the 1829 issue of the British literary annual The Keepsake, which ran from 1827 to 1856 and played a major role in 19th-century British culture.
The 25-person company has created two new spinoff divisions, Petra Natural Stone Keepsake Urns for the pet market, and Soul Stones for cremated human remains, better known in the industry vernacular as cremains.
The enchanting bunny Snow White and the seven animal dwarfs is a keepsake even for those already thoroughly familiar with the original tale.