Rooster Farm Sweet Farm Welcome LightBox
History for Welcome
A welcome guest is someone whom you want to visit you. Appropriately, the word welcome goes back to an Old English word wilcuma that meant “desirable guest.” Wilcuma is a compound word formed from Old English willa, “desire, desirable thing,” and -cuma, a derivative of cuman, “to come.” (Willa and cuman are ancestors of modern English will and come.).
Because each lighted glass block is handmade just for you, you’ll be able to give a gift that is truly unique for a special holiday, or birthday.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
The LightBox is available in either a 6×6″ or 8×8″. It is etched on one side with a 20 count string of electric lights inside. The lights are easily removable and replaceable. You can get them from Walmarts, JoAnn’s or Hobby Lobby to name a few places. Battery operated lights are available for an extra fee. A handmade bow (red is default color) tops the LightBox.
Each LightBox is carefully packaged; wrapped in tissue paper then placed in a box and filled with packing peanuts to insure that it arrives to you undamaged.
Should you want a name/date added to the bottom of the block, please add that in the Personalization box. The name/date will be done in red unless you specify a different color.
Gift-wrapping is available for an additional $2. Go here to add this.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
The beautiful state of Georgia is where I handcraft your unique LightBox. I am Janice Lam, an artist that has won Best of Show for some of my creations, and been in Creative Business Maven magazine and on Things that make people go Aww blog. These LightBoxes have been sold all over the world.