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Coping With Grief and Loss on Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day can be a difficult date in the calendar for anyone struggling with grief and loss. Every experience of grief is unique to the person going through it. And it can be hard for others to understand how challenging...
Do Funeral Directors Take Fingerprints?
Losing a loved one is a challenging and heartbreaking time. Dealing with grief is difficult enough, and there are often logistics to organise and many hard decisions to be made. It’s completely understandable that some choices and ideas get lost...
How to Help Children Deal with Grief
Did you know that one child in every UK classroom will experience the death of someone close by the time they reach the age of sixteen? That heart-breaking fact comes from our charity partner, Grief Encounter – an incredible charity...
Helping a Loved One Deal with Grief at Christmas
If your loved one is dealing with grief at Christmas, it can be difficult to know how to help them. Grief is an intense, upward struggle that can feel relentless, and coping with grief at Christmas can be especially hard. ...
Where The Ashes of The Famous Are Scattered
The decision of what to do with cremation ashes is a complex one. We understand it’s an incredibly personal decision – do you scatter them in a place that your loved one adored? Or create something out of the ashes...
Ways to Remember Your Beloved Pet
Pet loss and grieving a pet is an extremely difficult experience. There's no denying the magical connection between a person and their pet. Pets are such a special part of the family, which makes saying goodbye to them a really...
The first Christmas without a Loved One
The first Christmas without a loved one can be difficult. Coping with grief at any time isn’t easy, but the festive period can be especially challenging. Even if you lost someone a long time ago, Christmas could bring memories to...
3 Beautiful Ways to Remember Loved Ones at Your Wedding
A wedding is one of life's most exciting celebrations! There's nothing more wonderfully heart-warming than watching two people exchange their vows and say 'I do' in front of loved ones.  However, as happy as a wedding is, it can also...
Grieving the loss of a pet
It’s a heart-breaking experience when a beloved pet passes away. Pets are part of the family, and the grief can be just as strong when a pet dies as mourning the loss of a family member or friend. We share...
22 Unique Things to do with Cremation Ashes
Remembering a loved one is personal to you and the relationship you had with them. Deciding what to do with cremation ashes is never an easy decision, but it's something you should do in your own time and when the...
June's Donation of Profits to Grief Encounter

Did you know that every 22 minutes, a child in the UK is bereaved? We are now 10 days into donating 10% of all gross profits to Grief Encounter in the month of June, and already have over £800 to be donated.

Baby Loss and Handprint Jewellery, A Real-Life Story
(Trigger Warning - Baby Loss) Back in 2010, we were exhibiting at a large show. There had been a lady gazing intently at the jewellery in our display cabinet for a good while. On being offered assistance, she had quietly...
Supporting Grief Encounter
We're delighted to have chosen Grief Encounter, a charity which supports children following the untimely death of a family member, as our Charity of the Year. Throughout the month of June, we will be donating 10% of all profits to Grief Encounter....