Saturday, January 06, 2007

Flowers from the Heart


I'm joining Sandy in submitting a piece for the Lovely Hearts fundraiser. This girl with flowers is on her way. Thank you Sandy (the blogger with the worlds biggest lovely heart) for turning me onto this opportunity to give to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Most of us are touched by cancer some way or another - be it ourselves or a friend or a family member. It robs. I will be very grateful someday to hear of more and more advances in kicking the nasty disease out of our lives.

15 comments:

Naturegirl said...

Thank you for submitting your wonderful art.It is a cause close to my heart and yes there are survivors of this disease I am one..2 years now.hugs NG

Beth said...

That is a great piece to submit for a wonderful project. I will have to check it out. I hope your having a great saturday,,Lady says Woof to Blue!

Anonymous said...

A great piece for a great cause.

Anonymous said...

Yes, what a great idea to donate your wonderful heart to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Your little girl is great, I LOVE all the stitches... oooohh.. with some new ones that I should learn soon! ;-))

Anonymous said...

That's a gorgeous piece. Love the stitching on it!

One Crabapple said...

oh Good GRIEF ! this is wonderful ! you are SO GOOD

I think this piece is the perfect message for breast cancer as well as a wonderful valentine.

You share your heart GOOD !

Beautiful piece.

MariaJ said...

Beautiful art and idea. I wish I can try this next time after crocheting.
HOw is your new house? Do you miss the older one any more? Is there snow? Its sad if you cant use your snowmobiles.

Anonymous said...

I just love your talent. This piece is adorable and what a great gift.

I am just cruising around from site to site tonight saying hello and relishing the phenomenon that is blogging. We take it up innocently and in it, if we are open to it, find a doorway to true friendships with like people all over the world and in our own home town.

What I think I’m saying is . . . . . “I’m really glad I met you – even though I have not yet really met you – and may never actually meet you – it is still amazing.”

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

A purple heart, a perfect symbol for someone who is battling cancer! Showing courage and confidence in the face of darkness and fear!!

Julie H said...

Beautiful!!! Your work is such an inspiration to me.

stephanie said...

Such a lovely piece!

pinar said...

did you notice.. the girl has the same smile with the cat..
or do I see smiles everywhere.. =))
it is exquisite as always..
love again..

Anonymous said...

That is so beautiful.....(still waiting for my book to come in)... What a nice thing to do....yes cancer is a cruel word.....it is pretty scary.......

Anonymous said...

It's me again, will that book "the crazy quilt handbook" tell me how to add pictures....like what you use....paper or cloth.....thanks....

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, bring's so much to my mind and heart. Thank You!