This personalised keepsake wooden box, decorated with pyrography, is a perfect choice for those special occasions, such as significant birthdays. It provides ideal storage for mementoes of the day and has a metal clasp fitted to ensure secure closure..
There is a range of colour options for the felt base and then you can also select whether or not to have the interior of the box fully lined, as you can leave the inside of the lid bare for a special message. The box is varnished as a protection against daily wear and tear.
Add the wording you would like on your box lid.
Please use the ‘Order Note to Seller’ box to let me know the colour and any wording you would like.
The dimensions are 21.5cm (length) by 15.8cm (width) by 10.6cm (height).
Free P&P within the U.K.
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I have always been ‘flexible’, but it didn’t really cause a big problem until the birth of my second child. From this point onwards, my joints seemed to ‘pop’ out of place more frequently and the pain became a lot more difficult to manage. In the end, I had to give up my job of teaching at school, because I simply couldn’t predict when I would wake up unable to move because of a joint dislocation or with my whole body feeling as though it had crippling toothache. After five years of working through the various processes of the NHS I was diagnosed with EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) and, subsequently, with POTS (Postural Tachycardia Syndrome). It was a huge relief to get these diagnoses, which may sound odd, but at least I knew now WHAT was wrong with me rather than being told that it was all in my head! I’m still undergoing investigations for other symptoms & have just been diagnosed with Raynaud’s. I now work from home, which means that I can manage my symptoms far more effectively by being able to pace activities better within my day. My husband, who is my Carer, is also able to keep an eye on me and point out when I’m over-doing things! Crafting gives me the chance to create items that make me smile – hence the ‘Eudaimonia’ meaning ‘Happiness’! :)