Who Should You Give A Blessing Gift to This New Year?

by Barbara MacAdam January 05, 2018 2 min read

New Years Gift Blog - www.purplewishinggate.com

As the new year is beginning, it’s the perfect time to give your loved ones a gift “just because.” Giving your loved ones a gift for New Year’s is a great way to remind them that you love and support them. It also will motivate them to put their best foot forward as the year begins. And no gift can accomplish that quite like a blessing from Purple Wishing Gate can. 

At Purple Wishing Gate, we create blessings for everyone in the family. These blessings consist of a thoughtful poem written by our founder, Barbara D. MacAdam. The poems all have a purpose of encouraging your loved ones and reminding them that you and God are always with them. 

Take the time to give your loved ones a fresh and optimistic outlook on the year ahead. With an unexpected gift this New Year’s, they’ll be thankful for your thoughtfulness and support. 

At Purple Wishing Gate, we create affordable, personalized gift blessings for sale on our website that are designed specifically for certain recipients. These gifts are ideal for the New Year because, while they aren’t centered around a holiday, they are written to give general warm wishes to your loved ones. 

Here are some recipients we create blessing gifts for:

  • Mom
  • Dad
  • Grandmother
  • Grandfather
  • Niece
  • Nephew
  • Son
  • Daughter
  • Grandson
  • Granddaughter
  • Godparent
  • Brother
  • Sister
  • Friend
  • Teacher
  • Military

Whether you want to encourage your sister to achieve her New Year’s resolution or remind your mom how much you love her, our blessings are the perfect gifts. If they’re feeling down or discouraged throughout the year, they can look at the blessing you gave them as a reminder that they can push through and keep going no matter what comes their way. 

Our blessings are available in 2x3”, 5x7”, and 8x10” sizes. That way, they can keep the gift in their wallet, in an envelope, or on the wall in a frame. Additionally, our Pocket Blessings (2x3”) come with a small charm for your loved one to wear on a necklace or bracelet. They will always be able to find and look at the blessing when they need extra encouragement. 

Give your loved ones a gift that says much more than “Happy New Year.” With our blessings, you can give them something that inspires them to make 2018 the best year yet. 

To learn more about our selection of blessings, including but not limited to framed wedding blessing gifts, contact us by calling 609-605-5880 or by visiting https://www.purplewishinggate.com/.

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Barbara MacAdam
Barbara MacAdam

Author/Artist and founder of Purple Wishing Gate

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