A solar light cross is the perfect memorial piece to honor your loved one. A solar light cross and other solar light memorials have become very popular across the country. They serve as a symbol of God’s love and gives peace to the family.
How does a solar light cross work?
A solar light cross is powered totally by the sun. It absorbs light from the sun into a photo cell that will automatically come on when the sun goes down. It produces a soft glow that will always be there for you to see.
A solar light cross powered by solar light, may be found in several sizes. It requires no maintenance and is totally waterproof. It stays in the ground by pushing a stake into the ground. You can accent the cross by adding special touches to it such as flowers or any other form of decoration or remembrance. There are also outdoor angels and a bible with the 23rd Psalm. You can get different types of crosses. Other smaller crosses as stakes or as a standing cross can be used for pet memorials or for any special occasion, such as Easter, Christmas, Baptisms, or Christenings.
What other types of solar light memorials can I find?
There are several companies that sell other types of solar light memorial equipment. You can also find other engraved gifts for pet memorials, as well as memorial stones for your pets. Solar memorials are popular items since they don't have to be plugged in to provide light. They are very reasonably priced and can be found online for easy access.
Solar Light Cross and Solar Pet Memorial Options
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Solar Lights and Pet Memorials (Other styles of dogs are also available)
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