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An Easy Way to Create Beautiful Memory Boards DIY

Memory Board Examples

Celebrate the Life of Your Loved one With Memory Boards

Here is a great idea for personalizing the celebration of life that you are planning: create memorial boards displaying favorite photos from your loved one’s life. In order to create beautiful memory boards, we’ve made it easy by offering a download where you can immediately print out the images and frames, to make professional looking boards like the ones shown above.

For  $19.95 you can print over 80 decorative embellishments, containing a variety of colors, patterns, and sayings such as “A legacy of Love” and “Celebrating your life”. Some of the images contain an area you can fill in with your own words such as “I’ll always remember when… ” The photo frames come in blue and green, and are sized to be placed under your photos to provide an accent around the border. Continue reading

A New Idea to Personalize a Memorial Service, Funeral and turn it into a Celebration of Life

Memory board kit for women, mom, grandmother, sister, daughter

Memory board kit for women, mom, grandmother, sister, daughter

We are pleased to announce a wonderful addition to the celebration of life that you might be planning,  our new memory boards. If you’ve read my blog before, you’ll know I like to put a contemporary touch as I guide people in turning a funeral into a celebration of life.  Our new addition, the memory board, fits in perfectly with our line of products that will help you to personalize a memorial service or celebration of life. Continue reading

Memory Tables and Memory Boards from a Funeral… Worth Sharing

Last week, my friend Doug sent me an email saying his 92 year old father was in hospice and not expected to live much longer.  I worked with Doug several years ago at an advertising agency in San Francisco and we’ve continued to stay in touch. Doug is very creative and has a heart of gold. He was so nice to share photos of the memory tables, photos and memory boards he put together for his father’s funeral – memorial service. Continue reading