Use one of these beautiful tapestry zipper pouches to protect and carry your rosary.
Choose from Divine Mercy, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Our Lady Undoer of Knots. The image appears on both sides (front and back) of the pouch.
The inside of each pouch is lined with a smooth, black nylon material.
Each pouch is 6 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches wide.
I accept credit cards through Etsy.
Please make sure your shipping address is correct before checking out! I cannot be responsible for your package going to the wrong address.
• I will ship all packages using USPS First Class mail as soon as possible after payment (excluding weekends and holidays). Most items are shipped within 3 days unless I am waiting for parts for a custom order. As a courtesy, I will send you a convo to let you know the status of your order and when it ships. Once the package has been accepted into the USPS system I cannot be responsible for it. I have never had any trouble shipping with them.
If you prefer Priority 2 or 3 day mail, pleast add the listing for that to your order.
• For extra security, you may request insurance (all orders over $100 are automatically shipped with insurance).
• I will gladly combine shipping on all orders going to the same address.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Please be aware that custom orders usually take 1-2 weeks, but may take up to 4 weeks to be made. If you have a time crunch on a personalized piece, I will do my best to work with you to get it to you on time!
May 21, 2022
Dec 10, 2021
Very nice! Love this item!
Dec 4, 2021
Beautiful rosary pouches and large enough to fit prayer books and holy cards too!
Dec 4, 2021
Absolutely beautiful! The quality is outstanding and is as described. Will buy more from this seller!
Sep 1, 2021
This bag has such a beautiful image of Our Lady of Guadalupe! How could anyone behold that image and not be moved to prayer...