Saturday, September 14, 2013

Ears to You!

Amy Taylor Freeland is hosting a blog hop - linkup for a charity called Ears to You.   They are especially looking for earrings for tween/teen patients.  Here's what I made!

If you wish to donate to this worthy cause, please see below!  And please check out Amy's blog to see who all made what!!!

 This is from their web site:

Ears To You® is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation and our mission is to provide hope and joy through the donation and distribution of beautiful earrings to women and girls with cancer of any type. 
These earrings:
  • brighten a patient's day with a little bling when she needs a little lift
  • create a distraction from the IV's, worries and fears and allow her to do something fun  
  • help women and girls feel more "normal" and beautiful at a time when they are adjusting to hair loss
  • provide hope and help her think positively  
  • give encouragement from a survivor       
  • are provided at no cost to the patient  


Shel said...

Oh, these are perfect. Love them all!

Copper Diem said...

I love them and the beads you used! Thanks so much for participating!!

AntiquityTravelers said...

sweet little earrings!

Christine Altmiller said...

Sue, these colors are so soothing~very pretty!

Shaiha said...

What great little earrings. They are sure to bring smiles to the faces of the girl that receive them.

Lola said...

Those earrings are perfect little treasures Sue! Lovely!

Michelle Mach said...

These are so cute! Bright and fun, the kind of earrings you could wear every day.

Michelle Mach said...

I think long earrings are still very popular! I can see those ones with chain looking great with a prom dress or a pair of jeans.

CraftyHope said...

These are really sweet and just beautiful. I'm sure who ever receives them will wear them often.

PA said...

Sue, please check your "about me" comments for my message about this project. Thanks. Polly Anna

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