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Lasting memories

Modern technology has provided us more creative ways to share lasting memories in a simple yet vibrant way, compared to the fading printed photos from the past.

Digital media, drawings, written cards, recordings and videos can be wonderful keepsakes for loved ones.

Here are just a few ideas for inspiration:

Cherish - Create beautiful books that are more than just words on a page, they will be the tangible tether that honours the beauty of the handwritten word and cherish the life of a loved one. 

RecordMeNow - Read what children who experienced the death of a parent wished their parents had told them before their death. Download a free app which lets you record video messages as a loving legacy for your children and family.

I'm writing 33 birthday cards for my sons - A father with motor neurone disease describes the sadness of facing a terminal diagnosis – and his plan to ‘write and doodle’ his way into his boys’ future.

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