Child Infant Loss Memory Wallet Card
This lovely wallet card makes a beautiful personalised memory keepsake. This one has been designed for a Daddy to an angel baby & was a bespoke piece. These are slim enough to be carried around in a wallet or handbag & you can choose your own words and/or dates.The images are a guide only & full details are below.
💕 You can use 7 lines with 25 characters per line. Spacing & punctuation uses up a character space so please be aware of that.
💕 The stars are part of the design so please let me know if you DON'T want them on your card otherwise I will place where I feel they fit best. Depending on wording they may be placed differently than the images.
💕 I do have other stamp designs so you can choose one to also go on the card if you like. Again just leave all the details in the personalisation box.
💕 You can choose a plain or cut out heart style card. The cut out heart will replace stamping in that corner.
You are welcome to contact me in the first instance to clarify - email@example.com
Things to remember -
1. Wording - please check spellings & use uppercase.
2. Design stamps - you can have the stars in the image & you can also choose something of your own choice from the image. Please let me know in your note.
If there are no details left or I need to check something I will email you so please make sure your email is correct. Also check spam or promotions folder (Gmail especially!) as I often end up there.
The card ia approximately the same size as a standard bank card.
Gift boxes are available HERE. You will need to select the 2nd option size (£3.50) 💕
❤ What is hand stamping?
Hand stamping is a fabulous way of making an imprint onto metal. It works completely by hand where metal stamps are held & boshed with a hammer, to leave an imprint. Because hand stamping uses no machinery at all, there may be little variations in depth to the imprints. A perfectly straight line is something that hand stampers worldwide scratch their heads in wonder at. The beauty of hand stamping is the imperfect perfectness of it & the fact that you really can have