Forever Cranes

Forever Cranes are folded origami metal, plastic, mesh or paper memorabilia for meaningful life occasions, be it happy, sad or everyday. A cultural Asian significance is that a crane stands for peace, healing and long-life.

Uses: Centerpieces | Floral Decorations | Graveside Tributes | Spinners (for games such as dreidel) | Gifts limited only by your imagination!

Peek below at our order information, metal cranes, shimmery cranes, paper cranes, holy cranes, cranes honoring others, display showcase and our symbol of inspiration.

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Forever Crane Story: The first one was made for Lisa's Grandpa Joe and commemorates his symbolic 100 years of Jewish life. Lisa wrote a speech for the burial ceremony that she transformed that into the Resting Prayer.  This poetic prayer accompanies the Forever Crane.

Read our Forever Crane pamphlet with the Resting Prayer.

And order from our pamphlet!

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Metal Crane are Forever!

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Folded from 38 gage Coppertone Squares, the work is dangerous, but the result is safe!  They can stand alone or be a dreidel or other spinner.

Shimmery Forever Cranes

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Shimmery Plastic Cranes are forever as each contains a stone for happy and sad times or for everyday cheer. Stones sometimes are placed on a beloved one's stone as an item of permanence, symbolizing the forever peacefully and naturally. The plastic version comes with the shimmery plastic crane (4-inch-long wings) with your color choice, a river stone, and a short poem. Optionally: Polymer clay-coated wooden post.

Paper Forever Cranes

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Designate table seating for each guest at a festive event. It can be an ornament, knick-knack or rest on a table with a mini stand... name your purpose!

Holy Forever Cranes

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Folded mesh in various colors, this crane may be placed on a grave or garden to carries a stone. Imagine the possibilities!

Forever Cranes with Honors

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Forever Cranes Display Showcase

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A Symbol of Inspiration

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This project honors the late Steinberg's, my cousins.

Featuring the boys, this was taken in Hiroshima, Japan at the Children's Peace Park.