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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Stay Tuned!!

I am sooooo excited about what I am going to tell you. . . . . . . are you in total suspense now?. . ..

I know a lady who makes THE CUTEST personalized necklaces and charms. They are hard to describe but she is in the process of making a charm like my decal (the butterfly & "be someone's hero") I will post the finished product and price if you or anyone you know would like to purchase one. I'm not even joking, these are beautiful and hand made. So everyone please watch my website for more details and some pictures of the one she is making me~ The necklace along with everything about the charms are completely hand made! You will finally have something to show your support or thankfulness to organ donation fashionably.

Save a life..."Be Someone's Hero"....Be an Organ Donor

3 comments:

Amy said...

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait!!!!! Once they are up I will post a link on my blog too :)

Cammi said...

Oh, I love this idea! I can't wait to see them!

Nancy said...

That sounds great! You can count me in for wanting one.

I'm glad you're back in Idaho and that Bryan has work. I pray for you daily! Love you! Nancy

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