Warrior blanket with blue mandala background is soft, warm and cozy. Give this as a gift to wrap them in your love while giving them a powerful mantra message that will help them overcome any obstacle they are battling. Incredibly soft brushed fleece will bring comfort to anyone who snuggles under this blanket.
Blue mandala background is the perfect zen blanket for those who love meditation and yoga, but with a subtle pattern, it makes an elegant gift for anyone on your list. Give this to someone who is undergoing cancer treatment chemotherapy. The warm blanket makes a good addition to a chemo comfort care package. It is easy to roll up and pop into a chemo tote bag to take with you to treatments.
This blue and teal blanket can help represent the cancer ribbon color for uterine, ovarian, and other gynecological cancers. It also makes a nice gift that is different from the typical pink gifts often given to women undergoing cancer treatment.
While our blankets are often bought to help support cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, they can also make a great gift for anyone who needs a little extra reminder of the warrior that they hold within them. Add one of our #warrior tote bags to make this a complete set.
Warrior mantra is a powerful inspirational message that will keep your loved one feeling like he or she can overcome anything. Help your chemo warrior thrive with this unique blanket that is unlike any other.
Bought it for a family friend who is going through chemotherapy treatments. She loves it!
My daughter loves her new blanket. It’s so soft and the design is so her. She has been using it every night to sleep with!
This is a lovely, soft blanket I got as a gift to my Mom for taking with her to chemo and when resting at home. I live in another state so am not able to help with her care very often. Fortunately my sisters and Dad can help her and I gave this blanket as my way to be there when I can not be.
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I searched online for the perfect gift for a patient going through chemo and took the advice from an actual cancer survivor, and she was absolutely right. My niece really loved the blanket, and I could not be more happier that she did.