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About this item A great birthday gift or Fathers Day gift for the Best Dad Ever. This beautiful glass plaque is decorated with a sentimental poem for Dad. This gift poem plaque will make a lifelong keepsake to express your love and appreciation for Dad. The entire front of the plaque is a smooth glass pane and it can be displayed standing with the built in easel on the back. The physical plaque measures approximately 4 inches wide by 6.5 inches tall.

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Kaleah Jackson
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The Best of Us is a tribute to a great dad. A lovely funeral reading or print and frame as a gift to a son or daughter who lost a dad they dearly loved. ****************************************************************************************************************************************** This product is an INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD. For best results, print on card stock or take to your local print shop. Once purchased, you will immediately receive access to download all of the following: 2…

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Riley Blanks on Instagram: "When my grandpa passed away a couple of years ago, my mother-in-law sent my dad a card. Inside was this poem, followed by her own, comforting words, ‘May you inherit his sun.’ I found the card amongst other treasures as I went through his belongings over the summer. I made this vignette soon thereafter because sometimes reading poems aloud and remembering helps. I hadn’t revisited it for a while because sometimes it doesn’t. Uncovering light with my feet remains difficult. Maybe I’m just too preoccupied with missing my dad. (Adapted from a poem by Diana Der-Hovanessian) #lanceblanks"

Riley Blanks on Instagram: "When my grandpa passed away a couple of years ago, my mother-in-law sent my dad a card. Inside was this poem, followed by her own, comforting words, ‘May you inherit his sun.’ I found the card amongst other treasures as I went through his belongings over the summer. I made this vignette soon thereafter because sometimes reading poems aloud and remembering helps. I hadn’t revisited it for a while because sometimes it doesn’t. Uncovering light with my feet remains…

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Joyce Casteel