Best Seller My Chains are Gone Wind Chime Memorial Windchimes Amazing Grace 26 inch Custom memorial gift after loss memorial garden
To a mourning heart the sound of music can create a sense of peace and relaxation. These beautiful chimes will be marked with a constant remembrance of a loved one. During the strongest of storms or the softest breeze. The picture simply can not do this piece justice, the sound truly is felt by the soul, I know you will agree.
Measuring 26 inches in total length. Chimes are a combination of 9-12 inches.
A 4 inch inch teardrop reads-
My chains are gone
I've been set free, my god, my savior
has ransomed me and like a flood his mercy reigns, unending love amazing grace
A silver butterfly completes this piece.
The 4x6 memorial magnet is included in your packaged gift. A signature poem by our shop.
We also offer the backside to be customized. The last picture shows a possible customization option. Any name, date or clip art image can be added. Please leave this information in the note to seller area that is located below the product picture at checkout.
*****Please leave all custom/personalized information in the message to seller area at checkout. Including- (all applicable)
- The saying you would like on the spoon/sealed wood tag
- Customization information for name or date tags
-Correct shipping address
-If this is a gift going to the recipient please include the note you would like included in the package. Our products are not shipped with receipts for this purpose.
Please be advised if you do not leave the custom information in the message to shop area at checkout we may not be able to satisfy a requested arrival date. If this is the case a refund can be offered, only prior to shipping. We do not offer returns on customized memorial pieces. We strive to give our customers a hassle free easy transaction, we know how precious these pieces are and the fragile hearts that they are being sent to. Thank you for helping to keep a loved ones memory alive or supporting someone on this journey through grief.
Ole in the wind