Keepsake Cranes

Keepsake cranes for healing, celebration, and everyday cheer are folds from plastic, paper, and mesh sheets.  Perfect as table centerpieces, floral decorations, memorial touches, ornaments... just imagine!

These keepsake cranes have Japanese and Jewish significance.  In Asia, a crane stands for peace, healing and long-life.  Judaically, as the Remembrance Crane, contain a memorial stone - it is the Jewish tradition is honoring a loved one with a stone, practiced at gravesites by placing a stone on a grave symbolizing permanence, forever, peace and nature.  You may commemorate someone or something special!

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

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The story behind the keepsake crane: It was born upon the loss of Lisa's Grandpa Joe and commemorated his symbolic 100 years of Jewish life. A speech was written for the burial ceremony and is simply called the Resting Prayer. This poetic prayer accompanies the Keepsake Crane.

Read our Keepsake's Remembrance Crane pamphlet with the Resting Prayer.

And order from our pamphlet!

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Shimmery Keepsake Cranes

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The Shimmery Keepsake Crane can be the uplifting centerpiece on a table, or placed in the garden perhaps by love to a beloved one's stone. In plastic, it comes with the crane (with 4 inch long wings) in your color choice, a river stone, a short poem, and optionally is available with a polymer clay-coated wooden post or mini stand).


Paper Keepsake Cranes

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The Paper Keepsake Crane may designate table seating for each guest at a festive event. It can be an ornament or rest on a table with a mini stand.


Holy Remembrance Cranes

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The Holy Remembrance Crane may be placed on a grave and carries a stone.  It is made with a plastic mesh sheet and comes in various colors which each folded into a crane.


Keepsake Cranes with Honors

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Keepsake 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.