We Wanted to Give You the World Ornament
When you find out you are pregnant all you can think of is how you will give them the world, however, sometimes our children get Heaven instead. These make wonderful sympathy gifts.
Each ornament comes with an aluminum circle (3") hand stamped with We wanted to give you the world but you got heaven instead, in the center. For finishing touch acrylic wings and white ribbon are added at top.
This ornament can be personalized with a name/nickname, dates or both along the bottom edge. Just select the option to have this added if you'd like
The wings are a mix of pink and blue to represent the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Colors. Please note that where the pink and blue mix it gives a purplish hue in that area.
When checking out if you select to have a name/nickname and/or date added please provide the information you want added. Please provide this info in the order you want it (note it will be in all capital letters) You are limited to 65 characters and spaces. Depending on length will depend on font I use, but it will be one of the fonts shown in center wording. If doing 2 dates and name I will use a mix of the fonts.
Some examples of how to provide info:
For just dates:
February 17, 2018
For just name/nickname:
George Lucas Johnson
Our Sweet Angel Baby
For name and date:
Kinsey Ohler January 8, 2009
March 1, 2018 Sweet Angel Baby March 2, 2018
Here is a list of materials:
- stamping blanks (are not plated): aluminum (silver color), copper (brown red; think of a penny), brass (yellow), nugold (a warm golden color; mix of copper and brass). The type of metal used will depend on the one listed in above details information or if you can select one then it will be the one you select.
*note aluminum is light weight naturally
Hand stamping is the process where I use forged metal stamps, which contain letters, numbers, punctuation or designs, a hammer and steel block. I individually strike each letter, number, punctuation or design into the metal to leave an impression. I do not use a machine, nor a press. Many confuse engraving to be the same as hand-stamping, however, it is a very different process. Engraving is machine done in which metal is taken away and usually has no character charm. With hand stamping spacing and impression depth is not exact, which is a charm to the process of hand stamping pieces. It is not to be seen as a flaw, but rather a perfectly imperfect custom hand made unique piece for you to treasure. This has become a form many love and appreciate.