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Show your LOVE, make it LAST!

... send a hundred wishes to your loved ones

The Apron Card

The Apron Card carries the message of love and caring to your loved one, friend or acquaintance! Sometimes, we have people in our lives that do not live nearby. By sending this lovely gift, they can wear it to remember you and the love you sent.

When the recipient unwraps the apron which is folded with a card, they will see a message from you that they can keep tucked away forever!

This apron is meant to provide a tradition to help remind each and every one of us how fortunate we are to have the love of our family and friends.  Every time she wears it, she will be reminded of your love and closeness.

This simply helps connect people and make all our love unforgettable! Send your loved ones something they can cherish forever, and pass down from generation to generation!

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Hear what others have to say

My mom wears it every day. She said the message I put on the apron reminds her how close we are despite our actual distance. Thank you 101 Wishes!


I've never seen an apron that can serve a greeting card's purpose. This is an all-in-one product. It's functional, wearable, and make my love unforgettable!

Felicia I.

Love does not have to be glamorous or extravagant. Love is thoughtful and simply connects people. Your products signifies what love meant!

Megan D.

The 101 Wishes Quilt Story

In the olden days' Chinese culture we came across an interesting tradition from the northern part of china. When welcoming and celebrating a new life, family and friends are called to put together a "Bai Jia Bei" or 100 Good Wishes Quilt. The quilt maker invites 100 people to contribute a single square or patch of fabric to be included in the quilt. (... continue on next slide)

The 101 Wishes Quilt Story

Often times the squares would come from the fabric of their worn clothing and it is said that the luck, energy, and good wishes of the people who wore these clothes now surrounds the child when he or she is wrapped in the quilt. The quilt is then passed down from generation to generation.