Inukshuk in a sack

Inukshuk souvenir
Inukshuk bag of rocks
Welcome to! We are pleased to offer you one of the most creative souvenirs/gifts symbolic of the Inuit peoples' survival in the Arctic regions of Canada and Greenland. The Inukshuk In A Sack®! is a kit that will provide you with everything you need to make your very own Inukshuk and the best part is that there's never a wrong way of doing it.

Inukshuk (pronounced IN-OOK-SHOOK), the Inuit word meaning in the image or likeness of a human, refers to the balanced rock sculptures historically created as navigational aids or as objects of veneration, signifying places of power or respect of ancestors past constructed by the Inuit people.

The Inukshuk is a modern symbol of the Inuit peoples' survival in a harsh environment, universal hospitality and mutual dependence. The Inuit people lived in family circles where they shared all their resources with the young, old, strong and frail. The Inukshuk was used to mark travel or navigational routes and could be used to indicate a direction to travel or venerate an ancestor.

Create and recreate your own Inukshuk using beautiful rocks from the oldest rock formation on the planet, the Canadian Shield. Enjoy!
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