Glass Keepsake Giveaway

Our Glass Keepsakes are perfect for holding summer memories! Collect small shells, beach glass or confetti from a family wedding. Share the memories you would collect to WIN a set of our Glass Keepsakes. Write your Keepsake ideas into the comments and we will choose a winner on July 8th. Good luck!


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20 thoughts on “Glass Keepsake Giveaway

  1. Kristan Early says:

    I have wonderful memories from my trip to Amagansette last October. A little sand, small bits of sea glass, small shells. I wear it to bring me back to those gorgeous days on the beach with not a person in sight. Only the sounds of the surf. Heaven.

  2. Meegan says:

    I am getting married this October! I would definitely include pieces of my wedding, the parties before, and the honeymoon in this keepsake. I’d probably have a little picture of myself and the groom from the wedding day, and I’d add a shamrock from Ireland where we are hoping to honeymoon.

  3. Annita Wilson says:

    I think that saving a child’s hair from the first haircut is an excellent idea. I have also saved sand and tiny shells from trips to the beach to remember a vacation. I think it would also be neat to put crystals the color of all your family’s birthstones inside as a great mother or grandmother gift.

  4. Cyndi McCurdy says:

    A lock of my niece’s hair, some soil from the yard of the house I grew up in and got married in the back yard, a lock of my husband’s hair and a rose petal from Hampton Court Palace in England.

  5. Deanna says:

    I would find a perfect white feather to remind me God and his angels are constantly watching over me on my journey through life. Also as a remembrance of my amazing Dad who is dancing with the angels right now!

  6. SHERYL BAKER says:

    I LOVE THOSE GLASS KEEPSAKES, AND WHEN YOU ASK WHAT MEMORIES I WOULD PUT IN THEM , WHAT COMES TO MIND IS THE OLD FAVORITE “GENIE IN A BOTTLE” – WISHES . I WOULD LOVE TO PUT MY KIDS WISHES IN THIS KEEPSAKE, WHEN THEY WERE LITTLE I WOULD ALWAYS ASK THEM WHEN THEY BLEW OUT THEIR CANDLES WHAT DID YOU WISH FOR? AND THEY ALWAYS TOLD ME, SO I WOULD PUT MY DAUGHTER’S WISHES FROM WHEN THEY WERE LITTLE IN THE KEEPSAKE, AND I WOULD CREATE A NECKLACE WITH THE KEEPSAKE AS THE FOCAL POINT. SO NOW THAT THEY ARE ADULTS I WILL GIVE THEM THEIR “WISHES” AS A SPECIAL MEMORY FROM THEIR CHILDHOOD. ESPECIALLY THIS WOULD BE TIMELY BECAUSE MY OLDEST DAUGHTER IS HAVING A BABY AND SHE COULD SHARE HER WISHES WITH HER SON OR DAUGHTER!!

  7. Marti Reed says:

    When I know of a friend or family member with a concern, I write it on a small scrap of paper. At my prayer time, I gather my little scraps and make my requests, (along with my thanks and praise)to God. Those scraps go into a my prayer box. Later on, I find it overwhelming to see that so very many of the prayers have been answered. I would place some of the prayer requests (those most dear to my heart)into the keepsake. A constant reminder that He listens.

  8. Chris Eddy says:

    As to what I would put into these wonderful glass keepsakes, it takes me back to the wonder of childhood collecting. Found objects, feathers, perfect pebbles, wishes careful folded and hand printed on colorful papers, rhinestones, glitter, watch parts, and photos. For me I would use these glass keepsakes to return to the fresh discovery and creative eye of child. Thank you for the inspiration.

  9. Monique says:

    I just had a big birthday on the fourth of July and someone asked my what my plans were for the next year. I think I need to write out my bucket list and hang around my neck with a little bell so that I remember to keep trying, keep adapting, keep growing.

  10. Erin Prais-Hintz says:

    I think these little bottles are genius. I love words, so something like a love letter inside would be nice, but I also think that I might go the opposite way and do something like those wands that I loved as a kid with the glitter suspended inside the liquid to remind me to keep a bit of magic in my life. These are great!
    Enjoy the day!
    Erin

  11. Felicia says:

    I would like to use a double loop Patera and make one of my mosaic pendants and hang the keepsake from the mosaic pendant. At my next mosaic Conference, I’m sure I will find some bit of something that I could keep to remind me of the great fun time I had.

    They are a great idea.
    Felicia
    http://www.facebook.com/webetilin

  12. Kathy says:

    I just happened on this today and so glad I did. I love the glass keepsakes. I would keep tiny shells I have found at the beach. Or I would use it as a prayer bottle, or a worry bottle. Put all your worried in the bottle and lock them up.

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