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00. Section/Row/Column Spacing

Set all section, row and column spacing to 0px for all widths.

Row width 80% desktop/tablet, 90% phone

01. Color palette

#444444

regular text

#7f3f42

headers, links, backgrounds

#003300

secondary accent – link hover, etc.

#fbefd8

background

Potential colors

#444444

#7f3f42

#003300

#0c500c

#012901

#b45f06

#b76f23

#bd6e1b

#c27625

02.Text styles

Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 4

text: Lorum ipsum dolor sit amet.

  • List item

Link

‘Rallisaguen Bold’,Helvetica,Arial,Lucida,sans-serif

H1 ‘Rallisaguen Bold’ Bold 36px LS 2px LH 1.1em #7f3f42

H2 ‘Rallisaguen Bold’ Bold 32px LS 0px LH 1em #003300

H3 ‘Rallisaguen Bold’ Bold 28px LS 0px LH 1em #7f3f42

H4 ‘Rallisaguen Bold’ Bold 24px LS 0px LH 1em #003300

Body/list: ‘Merriweather’,Georgia,”Times New Roman”,serif 16px 1.4em #444

Links: #003300 Bold, underline hover #7f3f42

03. Modules

Primary

Secondary

Tertiary

Blurb

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Email optin

Contact form

9 + 8 =

8 + 5 =

7 + 9 =

Image

Call to action

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Divider

Person

Name Goes Here

Name Goes Here

Position

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Name Goes Here

Name Goes Here

Position

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Name Goes Here

Name Goes Here

Position

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Toggle

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Testimonial

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Name Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Name Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Name Goes Here

Video

Accordion

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Your Title Goes Here

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

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“Do whatever He tells you”

“Do whatever He tells you”

"Do whatever He tells you” John 2:1-11 (The Wedding at Cana) “On the third day there was a marriage at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; Jesus was also invited to the marriage, with his disciples.  When the wine failed, the mother of Jesus said...

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

"Thrust into Hell, satan" St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. According to the St. Andrew Daily Missal, “The name Michael means, in Hebrew, ‘who is like God?’ It is believed that Michael’s battle cry was exactly that — “Who is like God?” — enacting...

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower” St. Therese of Lisieux is one of the most beloved saints of the church.  Known as the “Little Flower” and also as “St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face '' she was a French Discalced Carmelite nun, who in 1997,...

Step Number 1

Step Number 1

This is where it all begins, the first step of many in creating a “truly personalized and one-of-a-kind;” Sacramental.

Each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary is individually handcrafted and lovingly created, exclusively for you; the prayer.

The first step in the creation of a Keepsake or Remembrance Rosary is to slice the raw bead material into thin strips in preparation for the conditioning process.

Step Number 2

Step Number 2

The second step is conditioning the raw bead material.

After each slice has been individually hand conditioned; the individual slices are slowly joined together in order to make a larger and larger “sheet” of bead material.

Conditioning of the raw bead material is the first crucial step in the process of creating each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary.

The reason for conditioning the raw bead material is two-fold.

First, if the raw bead material is not properly conditioned; the bead material will remain brittle and fall apart during the rolling process.

Secondly, if not correctly conditioned; during firing, the beads will not properly cure and become “rock hard;” whereby lacking the durability to be used as a daily Sacramental.

Step Number 3

Step Number 3

The third step is individually hand cutting each Ave Maria and Pater Noster bead.

As they are individually cut, the beads are set aside and the remaining bead material is collected and reconditioned to ensure the molecules remain in alignment and to ensure bead uniformity; regardless of whether it is the first hand cut bead of the Rosary or the last.

All Keepsake and Remembrance Rosaries are created using the following sizes for the Rosary beads: Ave Maria (Hail Mary) beads are 8mm and Pater Noster (Our Father) beads are 10mm.

Traditionally, most Rosaries are constructed using 6mm or 8mm Ave Maria beads and 8mm or 10mm Pater Noster beads. However, several Rosaries available on Thankful for the Scars feature “non-traditional” bead sizes for both the Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads with the reason for doing so explained in the Rosary descriptions.

Step Number 4

Step Number 4

The fourth step is the preparing, drying and flaking of the flowers/flower petals to be used in the Rosary.

The petals are removed from the flower and “trimmed” to remove blemishes; utilizing only the most colorful parts of the petals for the creation of the Rosary.

Once trimmed, the petals are carefully dried utilizing a closely monitored, time and temperature regulated process to best ensure color uniformity.

After being dried, the flower petals are ground to create “flakes” which are hand-mixed into the bead material prior to the beads being rolled.

A full, five-decade Rosary; (53) Ave Maria beads and (6) Pater Noster beads, requires the petals from approximately 2-3 full-size roses or an equivalent amount of flower petals. However, Single-Decade or Tenner Rosaries can be created with only a few petals.

PLEASE NOTE: As shown in the picture, when flowers are dried and the moisture is removed, many flowers, especially roses; darken in color and may also change in tone. Prior to being dried, the roses pictured were dark pink in color.

If you have questions please use the “Contact” tab at the top right of each page.

Step Number 5

Step Number 5

In the fifth step, the hand cut Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads are hand kneaded and flattened in order to maximize the surface area of each bead in preparation for the addition of the flaked flower pedals.

The picture illustrates this step completed for a full, five-decade Rosary.

Each bead has been prepared and is now ready for the addition of the flaked flower petals in the next step.

Step Number 6

Step Number 6

The sixth step is where the dried flower petals are mixed into the conditioned bead material and each bead is then “roughly” hand-rolled in preparation for the next step.

Dried flower flakes are kneaded and worked into both sides of the bead material. Each bead is then molded and shaped, being “roughly formed,” into a round shape in preparation for the next step.

Great care is taken to ensure that “just the right amount” of flaked flower petals are added to each bead; in order to maintain uniformity throughout the Rosary.

NOTE: If using a dark colored flower and a light colored bead material, the flower color may “bleed” into the bead material and cause the bead material to appear to have a tint of color. This is most common when using white bead material and very dark flower flakes.

Step Number 7

Step Number 7

In the seventh step, the roughly formed beads are placed into a mold and repeatedly hand-rolled to ensure that all beads are uniform in size, shape and appearance.

Depending upon whether a bead is an Ave Maria (Hail Mary) bead or a Pater Noster (Our Father) bead determines which size mold is used.

As stated before, all Ave Maria beads in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are rolled to a size of 8mm and all Pater Noster beads are rolled to a size of 10mm.

After all of the beads for the Rosary have been “finished” rolled; the uncured beads are placed into curing compound and oven-fired.

The firing process hardens and solidifies the bead material in order to make the beads “rock hard.” This process ensures a durability which will allow the Rosary to be used as a daily Sacramental.

NOTE: All handmade and handcrafted Sacramentals in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are created to be used as a daily Sacramental. A Rosary that looks pretty but sits in a box or in a pouch serves no purpose. These Rosaries are created with a single prayer and hope in mind; that by praying with them they will help to mend any wounds that the prayer may have and will help them in their journey Home to Heaven.

“Do whatever He tells you”

“Do whatever He tells you”

"Do whatever He tells you” John 2:1-11 (The Wedding at Cana) “On the third day there was a marriage at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; Jesus was also invited to the marriage, with his disciples.  When the wine failed, the mother of Jesus said...

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

"Thrust into Hell, satan" St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. According to the St. Andrew Daily Missal, “The name Michael means, in Hebrew, ‘who is like God?’ It is believed that Michael’s battle cry was exactly that — “Who is like God?” — enacting...

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower” St. Therese of Lisieux is one of the most beloved saints of the church.  Known as the “Little Flower” and also as “St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face '' she was a French Discalced Carmelite nun, who in 1997,...

Step Number 1

Step Number 1

This is where it all begins, the first step of many in creating a “truly personalized and one-of-a-kind;” Sacramental.

Each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary is individually handcrafted and lovingly created, exclusively for you; the prayer.

The first step in the creation of a Keepsake or Remembrance Rosary is to slice the raw bead material into thin strips in preparation for the conditioning process.

Step Number 2

Step Number 2

The second step is conditioning the raw bead material.

After each slice has been individually hand conditioned; the individual slices are slowly joined together in order to make a larger and larger “sheet” of bead material.

Conditioning of the raw bead material is the first crucial step in the process of creating each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary.

The reason for conditioning the raw bead material is two-fold.

First, if the raw bead material is not properly conditioned; the bead material will remain brittle and fall apart during the rolling process.

Secondly, if not correctly conditioned; during firing, the beads will not properly cure and become “rock hard;” whereby lacking the durability to be used as a daily Sacramental.

Step Number 3

Step Number 3

The third step is individually hand cutting each Ave Maria and Pater Noster bead.

As they are individually cut, the beads are set aside and the remaining bead material is collected and reconditioned to ensure the molecules remain in alignment and to ensure bead uniformity; regardless of whether it is the first hand cut bead of the Rosary or the last.

All Keepsake and Remembrance Rosaries are created using the following sizes for the Rosary beads: Ave Maria (Hail Mary) beads are 8mm and Pater Noster (Our Father) beads are 10mm.

Traditionally, most Rosaries are constructed using 6mm or 8mm Ave Maria beads and 8mm or 10mm Pater Noster beads. However, several Rosaries available on Thankful for the Scars feature “non-traditional” bead sizes for both the Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads with the reason for doing so explained in the Rosary descriptions.

Step Number 4

Step Number 4

The fourth step is the preparing, drying and flaking of the flowers/flower petals to be used in the Rosary.

The petals are removed from the flower and “trimmed” to remove blemishes; utilizing only the most colorful parts of the petals for the creation of the Rosary.

Once trimmed, the petals are carefully dried utilizing a closely monitored, time and temperature regulated process to best ensure color uniformity.

After being dried, the flower petals are ground to create “flakes” which are hand-mixed into the bead material prior to the beads being rolled.

A full, five-decade Rosary; (53) Ave Maria beads and (6) Pater Noster beads, requires the petals from approximately 2-3 full-size roses or an equivalent amount of flower petals. However, Single-Decade or Tenner Rosaries can be created with only a few petals.

PLEASE NOTE: As shown in the picture, when flowers are dried and the moisture is removed, many flowers, especially roses; darken in color and may also change in tone. Prior to being dried, the roses pictured were dark pink in color.

If you have questions please use the “Contact” tab at the top right of each page.

Step Number 5

Step Number 5

In the fifth step, the hand cut Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads are hand kneaded and flattened in order to maximize the surface area of each bead in preparation for the addition of the flaked flower pedals.

The picture illustrates this step completed for a full, five-decade Rosary.

Each bead has been prepared and is now ready for the addition of the flaked flower petals in the next step.

Step Number 6

Step Number 6

The sixth step is where the dried flower petals are mixed into the conditioned bead material and each bead is then “roughly” hand-rolled in preparation for the next step.

Dried flower flakes are kneaded and worked into both sides of the bead material. Each bead is then molded and shaped, being “roughly formed,” into a round shape in preparation for the next step.

Great care is taken to ensure that “just the right amount” of flaked flower petals are added to each bead; in order to maintain uniformity throughout the Rosary.

NOTE: If using a dark colored flower and a light colored bead material, the flower color may “bleed” into the bead material and cause the bead material to appear to have a tint of color. This is most common when using white bead material and very dark flower flakes.

Step Number 7

Step Number 7

In the seventh step, the roughly formed beads are placed into a mold and repeatedly hand-rolled to ensure that all beads are uniform in size, shape and appearance.

Depending upon whether a bead is an Ave Maria (Hail Mary) bead or a Pater Noster (Our Father) bead determines which size mold is used.

As stated before, all Ave Maria beads in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are rolled to a size of 8mm and all Pater Noster beads are rolled to a size of 10mm.

After all of the beads for the Rosary have been “finished” rolled; the uncured beads are placed into curing compound and oven-fired.

The firing process hardens and solidifies the bead material in order to make the beads “rock hard.” This process ensures a durability which will allow the Rosary to be used as a daily Sacramental.

NOTE: All handmade and handcrafted Sacramentals in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are created to be used as a daily Sacramental. A Rosary that looks pretty but sits in a box or in a pouch serves no purpose. These Rosaries are created with a single prayer and hope in mind; that by praying with them they will help to mend any wounds that the prayer may have and will help them in their journey Home to Heaven.

“Do whatever He tells you”

“Do whatever He tells you”

"Do whatever He tells you” John 2:1-11 (The Wedding at Cana) “On the third day there was a marriage at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; Jesus was also invited to the marriage, with his disciples.  When the wine failed, the mother of Jesus said...

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

“Thrust into Hell, satan”

"Thrust into Hell, satan" St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. According to the St. Andrew Daily Missal, “The name Michael means, in Hebrew, ‘who is like God?’ It is believed that Michael’s battle cry was exactly that — “Who is like God?” — enacting...

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower”

”Madonna, Child and the Little Flower” St. Therese of Lisieux is one of the most beloved saints of the church.  Known as the “Little Flower” and also as “St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face '' she was a French Discalced Carmelite nun, who in 1997,...

Step Number 1

Step Number 1

This is where it all begins, the first step of many in creating a “truly personalized and one-of-a-kind;” Sacramental.

Each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary is individually handcrafted and lovingly created, exclusively for you; the prayer.

The first step in the creation of a Keepsake or Remembrance Rosary is to slice the raw bead material into thin strips in preparation for the conditioning process.

Step Number 2

Step Number 2

The second step is conditioning the raw bead material.

After each slice has been individually hand conditioned; the individual slices are slowly joined together in order to make a larger and larger “sheet” of bead material.

Conditioning of the raw bead material is the first crucial step in the process of creating each Keepsake and Remembrance Rosary.

The reason for conditioning the raw bead material is two-fold.

First, if the raw bead material is not properly conditioned; the bead material will remain brittle and fall apart during the rolling process.

Secondly, if not correctly conditioned; during firing, the beads will not properly cure and become “rock hard;” whereby lacking the durability to be used as a daily Sacramental.

Step Number 3

Step Number 3

The third step is individually hand cutting each Ave Maria and Pater Noster bead.

As they are individually cut, the beads are set aside and the remaining bead material is collected and reconditioned to ensure the molecules remain in alignment and to ensure bead uniformity; regardless of whether it is the first hand cut bead of the Rosary or the last.

All Keepsake and Remembrance Rosaries are created using the following sizes for the Rosary beads: Ave Maria (Hail Mary) beads are 8mm and Pater Noster (Our Father) beads are 10mm.

Traditionally, most Rosaries are constructed using 6mm or 8mm Ave Maria beads and 8mm or 10mm Pater Noster beads. However, several Rosaries available on Thankful for the Scars feature “non-traditional” bead sizes for both the Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads with the reason for doing so explained in the Rosary descriptions.

Step Number 4

Step Number 4

The fourth step is the preparing, drying and flaking of the flowers/flower petals to be used in the Rosary.

The petals are removed from the flower and “trimmed” to remove blemishes; utilizing only the most colorful parts of the petals for the creation of the Rosary.

Once trimmed, the petals are carefully dried utilizing a closely monitored, time and temperature regulated process to best ensure color uniformity.

After being dried, the flower petals are ground to create “flakes” which are hand-mixed into the bead material prior to the beads being rolled.

A full, five-decade Rosary; (53) Ave Maria beads and (6) Pater Noster beads, requires the petals from approximately 2-3 full-size roses or an equivalent amount of flower petals. However, Single-Decade or Tenner Rosaries can be created with only a few petals.

PLEASE NOTE: As shown in the picture, when flowers are dried and the moisture is removed, many flowers, especially roses; darken in color and may also change in tone. Prior to being dried, the roses pictured were dark pink in color.

If you have questions please use the “Contact” tab at the top right of each page.

Step Number 5

Step Number 5

In the fifth step, the hand cut Ave Maria and Pater Noster beads are hand kneaded and flattened in order to maximize the surface area of each bead in preparation for the addition of the flaked flower pedals.

The picture illustrates this step completed for a full, five-decade Rosary.

Each bead has been prepared and is now ready for the addition of the flaked flower petals in the next step.

Step Number 6

Step Number 6

The sixth step is where the dried flower petals are mixed into the conditioned bead material and each bead is then “roughly” hand-rolled in preparation for the next step.

Dried flower flakes are kneaded and worked into both sides of the bead material. Each bead is then molded and shaped, being “roughly formed,” into a round shape in preparation for the next step.

Great care is taken to ensure that “just the right amount” of flaked flower petals are added to each bead; in order to maintain uniformity throughout the Rosary.

NOTE: If using a dark colored flower and a light colored bead material, the flower color may “bleed” into the bead material and cause the bead material to appear to have a tint of color. This is most common when using white bead material and very dark flower flakes.

Step Number 7

Step Number 7

In the seventh step, the roughly formed beads are placed into a mold and repeatedly hand-rolled to ensure that all beads are uniform in size, shape and appearance.

Depending upon whether a bead is an Ave Maria (Hail Mary) bead or a Pater Noster (Our Father) bead determines which size mold is used.

As stated before, all Ave Maria beads in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are rolled to a size of 8mm and all Pater Noster beads are rolled to a size of 10mm.

After all of the beads for the Rosary have been “finished” rolled; the uncured beads are placed into curing compound and oven-fired.

The firing process hardens and solidifies the bead material in order to make the beads “rock hard.” This process ensures a durability which will allow the Rosary to be used as a daily Sacramental.

NOTE: All handmade and handcrafted Sacramentals in the Keepsake and Remembrance Collection are created to be used as a daily Sacramental. A Rosary that looks pretty but sits in a box or in a pouch serves no purpose. These Rosaries are created with a single prayer and hope in mind; that by praying with them they will help to mend any wounds that the prayer may have and will help them in their journey Home to Heaven.