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Card and Bookmark Sets

Created from the words of HBC mothers, we offer custom card and bookmark sets that universally speak to life’s most challenging and vulnerable experiences. Through these words and images we see the potential that grows from our trials.

Each set is custom made based on the design, word, and quote that you select.

The bookmark and card I have are beautiful. The quote on my bookmark serves as a gentle shift in perspective whenever I pick up the book I’m reading.
– Dana, mother of Mia (2012, HBC); Washington

The artist is Ricki, an HBC aunt, wife, mom of two, and grandmother of six. She loves the act of creating—looking at a blank piece of paper and searching deep inside herself for each new creation. For these custom sets, she found inspiration from the mother’s who shared their healing journeys.


Wildflower Card
Wildflower Card
includes bookmark with inspirational poem and free domestic shipping
$7.00
Select Your Inspirational Word :
Poems for Bookmark :
Open Space Card - Purple
Open Space Card - Purple
includes bookmark with inspirational poem and free domestic shipping
$7.00
Select Your Inspirational Word :
Poems for Bookmark :
Open Space Card - Blue
Open Space Card - Blue
includes bookmark with inspirational poem and free domestic shipping
$7.00
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Poems for Bookmark :
Patchwork Card
Patchwork Card
includes bookmark with inspirational poem and free domestic shipping
$7.00
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Poems for Bookmark :
Quote Options for Bookmarks

Option 1: Dear Scar,

And when it could do no more,
it learned, by God, it learned
there may be endless ways to open.

Written by Sage Cohen, mother of Theo (2008, HBC); Oregon
From the poem Dear Scar,


Option 2: Staples

This is where
the earth opened,
where you lifted out.

Written by Dave Jarecki, husband of Courtney, father of Lazadae (2011, HBC); Oregon
From the poem Staples


Option 3: Untitled

She lay down her ego,
she lay down her pride,
she poured her tears on the earth.
And she cut a hole in her own flesh
to do what all mothers do-
that which must be done.

Written by Ann Jamison, mother of Desmond (2011, HBC); Wisconsin
From the poem Untitled