Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, England - Jun 11, 2018 - In a world where we are all affected deeply by loss and anxiety, widowed, remarried and independent artisan, Laura Fisher of Pebble Blessed, has redefined memorial keepsakes with her inspired and comforting keepsake pebbles. Quickly gaining worldwide recognition, Pebble Blessed’s latest release- The My Love For You Collection – reflects words of comfort and support, as well as showcases an all-new series of designs, with a brand new colour palette, inspired by the loss of her Father and the deep bond they shared.
“Sometimes we all need a little comfort,” Laura says, “Sometimes we just need something physical to hold on to, something that helps us feel that the ones that we have lost are close by and still with us.”
Fans of Pebble Blessed have eagerly anticipated the new My Love For You Collection, which officially launches on June 11, 2018. The gorgeous new designs are available in limited quantities to ensure uniqueness, and the reverse of the keepsakes can be personalised specifically for each buyer.
To date, Pebble Blessed has shipped over 3,000 memorial keepsake pebbles since Laura began the business 2 years ago. The small business thrives with raving reviews, with many repeat customers and loyal fans.
Laura Fisher describes her small business as a way to offer love, comfort, and empathy:
“In December 2010, aged just 29, with four young children, my first husband suddenly died. There was no warning, there was no time to say goodbye… he was here one moment and the next he was gone.
I know the deep despair of grief, the darkness of depression and the overwhelming terror of anxiety.
A small gesture means so much. It lets people know that you care, it can often mean the world to them. I created these beautiful pebbles so that they can be given to support and comfort. Something that can be given in times when the right words just seem unreachable. A small gesture that is filled with love and that will never be forgotten.”
10% from each pebble sold in this collection will be donated to Marie Curie in memory of Paul Miller. Source :