Wednesday, February 16, 2011

"InspireRings Launch... and a GIVEAWAY!

Some time ago we received a beautiful, heart-warming gift in the mail in honour of Nicholas. It is a Blessing Ring and it is meant to be a keepsake of memories, cards, notes, poems, verses, etc. of a special person or a special time in your life. When you receive these momentos you simply string them on your Blessing Ring and voila ~ all of your most precious memories are in one spot.

I fell in love with Nicholas' immediately. It's colourful, bright, meaningful ... and it even has a ladybug ornament attached. It hangs close to his spot in our home and I admire it often.

Since receiving Nicholas' Blessing Ring I have attempted to make a few of my own. One for a great girlfriend and another two for new babies (one being a rainbow baby).

So, my mind is whirling with ideas... Would love your opinions on me selling them. I can make them for any occassion:

I am thinking of calling them "InspireRings"....

Memorial
New Baby
Rainbow Baby
New Home
Bridal
Wedding
Mother's Day
Father's Day
Easter
Christmas
Valentine's Day
Best Friend
Sister
Mom
Teacher Gifts

The list can go on!

And so....in celebrating the potential launch of these unique gifts I would like to offer a giveaway!

Here is a sneak-peak....





If you are interested in receiving an "InspireRing", please leave a comment and let me know for what occasion you would like it for. When the winner is chosen I will work with you to create a custom-made "InspireRing".

10 comments:

Nichole Churchill said...

For all my kids!

lost--for--words said...

Wow, what a great idea! What came to my mind immediately was how neat it would be to string all the pictures that my girls have drawn for their sister on one!

Tiffany said...

I would love to have one for myself. A mom ring if you will. I would love to have my rainbows put little treasures and cards and pictures and all sorts of things on there to share with me :)

Jody Moseng said...

I would love one to give to my great friends whom have gone through years of infertilty who are currently going to begin the adoption process. I would love to give her them to keep her spirits high and to know they are loved and someday, somehow they will be a mommy and daddy.

*Laura Angel said...

I would love one made for my daughter Cara whom I never will see grow up

paula said...

great idea!! i would love one made in memory of my sweet wyatt.

Cristin said...

Lea, what a giving thoughtful heart you have. You have seized your own pain and turned it to give comfort and attention to others. Your children, all of them, are blessed to have a mother made from such tough and tender stuff.

seths mommy said...

I would love a rainbow baby one to hang in Hopes room a little present from her brother.

Natasha said...

I would love to have one- for my family. My son Aiden who we lost on 11/2/10 and the children my husband and I hope to have in the future. I this we can add to is as our family grows. What a great idea.

Sarita Boyette said...

These are beautiful! I would love to have one for my friend Rita. Rita's baby girl was stillborn at home and she never got to see her except for a fleeting glimpse. Her husband had the baby buried in an unmarked, unknown grave. I just want to cry for Rita everytime I think of her baby.

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