This 18” pine cross has been painted slate blue with mini blue tulips, white floral picks, various greenery, white ribbon, and gold edged sheer blue ribbon. Every cross is sprayed with a coat of clear polyurethane to protect the ribbon and silk flowers from outdoor elements. All Floralmemorials are “one of a kind” just like the loved ones you purchase them for.
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I discount my crosses by $2.00 when I post them as a "SALE ITEM". I generally put a cross on sale if it is still in inventory by the next season.
Crosses made in the spring and still available for sale I discount in mid to late summer.
I also put crosses on sale following certain holidays or celebrations,
Easter, Christmas, etc.
Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can help you personalize your memorial cross with the name of your loved one.
I use craft foam, wood, vinyl, and appliqué letters . I paint the letters to compliment the colors of the cross and then clear glaze them before attaching them. The name is applied vertically on the front of the cross.
I currently have a coupon available. The code is BUYTHREE and can be used at checkout when ordering 3 or more crosses.
Since Floralmemorials offers free shipping I prefer to get the most for my dollar and USPS offers the best delivery service at the lowest cost. Tracking numbers are given for all shipments.
Yes , but the price of postage to return will be the buyers responsibility.
Tracking numbers are used for all cross delivery and can be tracked as to delivery times and methods.
Yes, but you will need to make arrangements for delivery with the cemetery.
FloralMemorials are painted one color, however, I lightly paint the tip as to not pollute the grave soil.