I was so touched when I read the post written by Christine Damm on her blog, "Stories They Tell". Her sister-in-law has leukemia. She is creating a charm bracelet to send to her to let her know that they are thinking of her every day and to send her positive energy, something to make her smile. She is asking for handmade charms to add to the bracelet.
This is an excerpt from her blog post:
"Here's what I would like: Contribute a charm that is handmade by you-- that's the only stipulation. The charms can be anything, any theme, any color, any material, any technique but about 1” X 1/2” would be ideal. Send your creation to me and then I'll attach it to a nice chain that will become a charm bracelet with everybody's charm on it. The energy created in making the charm is what I'm after-- it doesn't have to be perfect, or expensive or elaborate. It could be resin, or metal or polymer clay or fiber or layered paper."
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