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May You Know Gratitude Deck - Ritual Gift Set

May You Know Gratitude Deck - Ritual Gift Set

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Our Gratitude card deck is designed to inspire our daily gratitude practices & open us to the abundance all around us. Our deluxe gift sets are created to be a Finding Joy ritual in a gorgeous draw-string bag. This gift set includes: - The May You Know Gratitude mini card deck - A faux birch bark card stand (polyresin) to display the day’s card pull - A rose quartz crystal for energy clearing & to promote self-love (many people also like to carry the crystal with them as a reminder of their card pull for the day) - An instruction card to help you create a daily practice if you’re just getting started or need a reminder This is a beautiful self-care gift and also makes thoughtful giving easy. We began creating the ritual gift sets during Covid to curate an intention setting practice in one small, beautiful package. Simple ingredients. Big inspiration. Created in Canada. Printed in China.
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