Monday, October 8, 2018

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month



At my Bead Society meeting this month we celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness by donating some wonderful tea lights that we beaded covers for.



I got so exited that I made three. One to donate, one to keep and one to have a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook page. You can see Handmade Jewelry Haven's Facebook page here.
You can see the post HERE!

I also made a YouTube video showing a time lapsed video of me making it, including a link to get the FREE pattern, if you are so inclined to make one.
You can see the video here on Handmade Jewelry Haven's YouTube Channel.

If you would like a copy of the FREE pattern, just tell us where to send it!
Send my free Cancer Awareness Tea Light Cover Pattern here!

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22 comments:

  1. what a great little piece and it goes for a good cause. I just love your creativity and your videos are wonderful, very informative

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      - Lisa

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  2. My Mom had Cancer back in 1961 they took her breast & a muscle under her arm, but they got it all praise God, and she lived until she was 84 yrs. and passed in her sleep. Cancer runs a lot in my family. My Dad died of Lung Cancer & my Grandmother & Aunt died of Cancer of the liver. It's a nasty disease for sure. Prayers go out to all victims. Some day a miracle will be found, but for now we pray!

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    1. My dad passed of Prostate cancer and my aunt of breast cancer.
      I am very careful with getting regular screenings.

      Thanks for sharing your story. Every one is important.

      - Lisa

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  3. Very beautiful and for a good cause too well done :-)

    Have an awarenesstastic week :-)

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    1. Thanks Steve...it is always good to see you here :)

      - Lisa

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  4. I love it! A beautiful way to raise awareness.

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    1. Thank you. I really enjoyed making them!

      - Lisa

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    1. Thanks Deb!
      I appreciate you stopping by.

      - Lisa

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  6. So many cool arts and craft and how I want to dabble in them all.
    Coffee is on

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    1. I know how you feel.
      So many crafty things to do.....so little time!! LOL!!

      - Lisa

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  7. Thank you for mentioning breast cancer awareness. My older daughter is a survivor.

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    1. I am glad you stopped by to share your story.
      It is important for us to remember.

      - Lisa

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  8. What a good idea for breast cancer awareness. I had almost forgotten October is the month for it. I have two aunts who recently got cancer diagnoses, not breast cancer by it's in other places which is still horrible. They are receiving treatment currently and I hope they can beat it. Cancer is really ugly! Thanks for visiting yesterday, my friend!

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    1. Hi Cathy. I am so sorry to hear about your aunts. My aunt passed of breast cancer when I was very young.
      I get my screenings regularly.

      - Lisa

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    1. Thank you Regine!
      I am happy you stopped by!

      - Lisa

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