Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag
Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag

Graduation Holding Cross with Graduation Tag

Regular price
$15.00
Sale price
$15.00

Customize any of our holding crosses by adding a Prayer for the Graduate prayer card. Makes a great Graduation Gift. Provides comfort and peace.

All colored crosses are resin-based and measure 2 1/2 wide by 4 1/2 inches high and are designed to be held in the palm of the hand. Makes a beautiful gift.  

Wooden crosses are made from Olive Wood and hand-carved by a small family-owned business in Bethlehem.  The wooden cross measures 2  1/2 wide by 4 1/2 inches high and is designed to be held in the palm of the hand.

Colors:  red, navy blue, bright blue, white, gold, dark gray, light purple, green brushed, pink, and olive wood.

All handpainted crosses are $15.00.  Olive wood crosses are $18.00.  Comes in a gift box with Graduation Prayer Card.



 

 

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GoodGiftCo is now Dalla Patria!

In Italian, Dalla Patria means “From the Homeland”. When Jen and I started this business, our goal was to bring a little piece of the homeland to people in the U.S. For us, Italy is the homeland. But one of the great things about the U.S. is that people come from all over and every corner of the world is a “Homeland” to someone in the U.S.

Enjoy Dalla Patria,
Andy