Wednesday, November 18, 2009

This is my priority at the moment..sorry...




Dear friends..hope this post finds you all well!
Have the need to share this with you....I have started a program to support cancer patients.
The local radio and newspaper have been involved and so is the local high school.
I want to make as many of the dolls, like the ones that I am posting as possible and keep sending them to our Rexburg oncology clinic. Who will distribute them to thier patients. For the man..we will make hearts that will be embellished appropriately. Dont really think they would want dolls..lol.
The media is putting out a call for help on materials for making them and embellishing them. I have also offered for people to come to my studio to help making them if they do not want to make them at home. Its all just from a brainstorm that now is building into a hurricane..lol.
I will be posting more about the project in the time to come but right now really feel I have to do this . I am trying to keep the dolls simple but still pretty to look at.



Any input from you guys about what else or how or anything you can come up with would be really very appreciated.
Plz let me know what you think..I so aprreciated you guys with all your input!!
That's it for now....back to the studio......the next batch has to be ready on Monday...thats when I will drop them of.
Big HUG..to all of you..
Andrea.

3 comments:

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

I think this is a wonderful and heartfelt project you are doing, and cannot imagine doing so MANY and they all look delightfully different!
My projects of late have been so big they've been overwhelming, but these small dolls are perfect.
Good luck with meeting whatever the goal # is on these; I am sure it will make a lot of patients happy that someone they don't know is thinking and rembering what they are going through.

XXOO!!
Anne

maggi said...

And a great big hug to you for doing this.

Kym Decker said...

Let me know what I can do to help you with this wonderful project!
Thanks, Kym

kymdecker@charter.net