Wednesday, September 15, 2010

seeds of sympathy

I have mixed feelings about sending flowers.

I love flowers, I even worked at a florist while at college and absolutely adored being surrounded by their beauty and fragrance. But when the blooms inevitably begin to die, it's a heartbreaking reminder of the fragility and loss of life. Sigh. Perhaps not the best statement for someone who's grieving. So I've been looking for alternatives to flowers. Lil Tin Purse offers a perfect solution, sympathy wreaths made out of birdseed.

Straight from Lancaster, Kentucky, these sympathy wreaths attract and feed songbirds, a precious reminder that life goes on. Lil Tin Purse also offers sympathy seed hearts. They're packaged with care, a personalized note can be included, and best of all, a generous portion of the proceeds goes to the Humane Society.

3 comments:

Ellinor Forje said...

You have some great photos on here. I love the lady black especially. Nice blog! Come by mine when you have time.

Cheers.

ORIGINAL SEED said...

i love your blog name!!

sebner said...

I was planning a funeral for a friend, and I used some cards with butterflies on the front that contained forget-me-not seeds embedded. I put a poem about butterflies inside. The cards are available from Next Gen Memorials, here: Memorial Cards

People really liked them - they are different and elegant.