For Giving souls is a lovely line of porcelain figurines perfect for giving
to friends and loved ones! Each whimsical piece is carefully crafter
and has a joyous quality. They have messages of joy, love and
friendship. They are perfect for a birthday gift, mothers day gift, or
just when you wan to tell a friend how important they are to you. For
Giving Souls express those simplest and deepest most difficult of human
expressions in a child like way. They are adorable, they are vintage,
they are even MOD, so when your looking for a unique way to give a gift of
love they can say it all....
For Giving Souls, where meaningful gifts are a part of
everyday life, and forgiveness is a garden wherein the beauty of love blooms
abundantly. The creator, Beth Gordon, believes that in giving we truly
receive life's most meaningful blessings, and by loving we experience a life
worth living. For Giving Souls is an inspirational line that communicates
faith, hope, and love with unique images and heart felt words.
"Through the process of creating For Giving Souls, I've been reminded of how
valuable people are, how precious our life is, and what it means to be a
gift that keeps on giving. "My vision for the brand is that our message will
go deep into the soil of every soul and cause hope, restore faith, rekindle
love, and bring unity to families, friends and loved ones. I want to inspire
people to say the things they've always wanted to say. For Giving Souls is
an opportunity to express a beautiful thought or an encouraging word, and
create a memory that will last a lifetime."
About the Artist:
Along with her husband Michael, Beth is involved in sponsoring marriage
workshops and personal development seminars for teens and adults throughout
Southern California. Beth says, "There is nothing more powerful than seeing
hope restored, families reconciled, marriages saved, and teenagers that
recognize their tremendous value! I love what I do, and it all began with
the dream to somehow make a difference in the lives of others. For Giving
Souls... Isn't it time?