Is It OK to Carve Sweetheart Initials Into A Tree As A Valentines or Anniversary Gift

Love,and a promise carved forever right into a tree. what could possibly be better?

True romance was to carve a heart in a tree, add the time, carve your initials and those of your sweetheart, and pierce it with Cupid's Arrow! Truly a kado ulang tahun untuk pria event which will be there for eternity, or so our young minds thought.

But there are a couple of small problems in the age of environmental awareness.

The reason to carve is obvious, however the reasons not to carve consist of such STD sounding diseases such as Aspen Cankers, and Beech Bark Disease. Additionally, your artwork leaves a location for insects to get into and opens the soft portions of the tree to ravaging pets. To make it worse, state and federal government agencies really frown on defacing and destroying public trees. The end result is that it is a bad idea to carve, so continue reading to find out how to have your initials, date, and Cupid's Arrow while conserving a tree!

But there is an environmentally friendly solution.

The perfect solution is is your loving center on a tree by means of a plaque that wont damage the tree, and, can be moved when you do. Your initials, and the ones of your real love, in a Center Shaped Plaque that you can put on a tree, fence, or building. What a terrific way to celebrate your day you met, the day of the proposal, wedding day, or various other little secretive date that only you two share. An extremely thoughtful gift for yourself, your parents, or your grandparents.

Did you know that various metals are associated with specific wedding anniversaries.

Here is the list of wedding anniversary gifts made of materials. It can be a small confusing because there are both Traditional and Modern versions. I have just listed the anniversaries that include metal to keep carefully the list a little shorter.

* 6th Anniversary - Iron is usually Modern

* 7th - Copper is usually Traditional and Brass is definitely Modern

* 8th - Bronze is usually Traditional

* 10th - Light weight aluminum (our Pewter Finish) is Modern

* 19th - Bronze is Contemporary

* 21st - Brass or Nickel (our Silver Nickel) is Contemporary

* 22nd - Copper, listed once again, is the Modern Gift

The bottom line is:

If you don't destroy the tree, your carving will become there until the tree dies of later years, then you can go back to see it on your 50th wedding anniversary. If the tree gets diseased, you may look in vain, but hardly ever find your declaration of eternal interest. Your dearest may think that you have lost your mind, and put you in a house, when in fact all you did was kill a tree. The solution is so very obvious!