This unusual and wonderful JUMBO blanket and hope chest is done by an Amish craftsmen who does the carving before the Oak or Cherry Hope Chest is finished in two coats of a very durable finish. This chest is oak or cherry hardwood with a choice of STAIN finishes, based on samples we send to you. Shown in Oak. The chests are assembled from glued up strips of oak or cherry hardwood. It is engraved with "Love Never Fails: Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all…
Norwegian rosemal hope chest / Christmas Kjiste / A source of Pain -- when there is more than one child in the family to inherit it. So mystical to have in the home every day. Why was it cracked? Oh, Grandfather sat on it. :-) Even that, made it sweet.
Many ask me where to start if they are interested in the process of adoption. I’ll start by saying there are a million ways to answer, but I’ve listed out a few basic steps that will help determine your own timeline if you are interested in adopting.
This is a beautiful story about the legacy of hope chests. It seems these chests are a thing of the past but one I plan to introduce to my granddaughters this Christmas. What fun to make special items to go inside that each one can use when they have a home of their own! The story is long but well worth the read, especially if you're considering starting a hope chest for someone very special in your family.