Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Design Team Blog Post at Genuinely Jane Studios

How many blog's can I be on in one day? LOL. I needed this pick me up today. Thank you.

Here is a link to our first Show and Tell in the Creative Classroom at Genuinely Jane Studios. You can see Susan in a great video showing the versatility of Genuinely Jane Albums and stencils. Plus, you can see my thoughts and steps behind my Breast Cancer Album that I designed using a Genuinely Jane Studios album and an Artistcellar Stencil.


 5 years ago my best friend was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer. I have been a Captain of an American Cancer Society's Relay For Life Team every year since her diagnosis. Each year, we raise money in hopes of one day finding a CURE, so that someday no one will ever have to hear the words, "You have breast cancer".

This item is being placed for sale on my etsy store (link below) to raise money for that cause. The entire amount of the sale of this album and the entire shipping charges will be donated to the American Cancer Society under my team "Princesses Against Cancer". I am in essence donating all my time in making the album, all the supplies used, and all the shipping charges to get it to you.

Our 2013 McLean County Relay For Life Walk is June 21st-22nd. I pledge to walk at Relay and raise money every year until a CURE is found. Please help me by purchasing this album and supporting the finding of that CURE.

Thank you and God bless



sandee said...

How wonderful Lori that you are donating the proceeds. You are an awesome woman!! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

Mary Kay Lyons-McDonnell said...

very nice lori!! I love it. I added myself to your blog!! :D

Mary Kay Lyons-McDonnell said...

Very nice lori I love it. I have a few friends who have had breast cancer and have beaten it. I added myself to your blog. MK

Tamiko McCurry (MEKOfoSHO) said...

Oh I so love your blog.. and everything in it!! ::: waiving::: from FB Multimedia Mondays I so need that die you used for this card.. I would use it to make some autism ones for my daughter.. and a few close friends.. :-) I love that you are donating the proceeds to research!!