There are all sorts of things in life, where a care package is needed. Often times, when a child is away at college, parents send a monthly care package to remind them of home. Sometimes the care package is meant for one of our brave military members, serving overseas. But what about those times when you need to remind someone that you love and miss them because they can't leave a hospital bed? It is then that you should reach for, The Hospital Box, a care package keepsake.
This is the ultimate care package starter. It comes with a 10x10x12 box, 3 soft cotton bags, and 21 decorative stickers. All you have to do is add the special items that let that person know they are loved, and missed. Each of the cotton bags has something different on it; open when you get this, when you feel bored, and when you need a hug.
The idea for this care package keepsake came during a time when Kari's (the creator) MIL was having knee surgery, and she wanted something special to give to her. She says that the traditional items of flowers, balloons, and sweets, just didn't adequately express just how much they cared. Thus, The Hospital Box was born!
This is the perfect gift to take to the hospital while visiting with a new mom, those couple of days in the hospital can be hard, especially for a new mom! Sometimes a simple gift for mom can make a world of difference! With just 3 simple steps, you can create a one of a kind box!
- 1: attach photos with the included stickers.
- 2: add special items to the provided bags.
- 3: add a few more comfort items that will make your loved one happy, and their hospital stay a whole lot more comfortable!
Why send a plain old cardboard box, when you can send this beautiful and bright care package? Make someone's day, and fill it with the things they love, that make them feel loved!
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This is a great package! I need to check them out.
They are great for the younger kids
I would love a care package sent to me! That really is a cute idea for when someone is in the hospital. Thanks for letting us know about it.