Friday, June 4, 2010

Cross-Stitching

So here are some pictures of another of my hobbies. I started cross stitching a long time ago, before I got addicted to paper crafting. I will be posting two smaller frames that are for sale if you are interested. They are $25 a piece and if you would like one or both please email me at sandangl200@comcast.net and we will discuss how you will be paying for them and you can send me an address to where I can ship them.



The next frame I'm going to put up was done for my mom. I worked on it for months and I finally finished it and framed it. The picture is not the best because of the glass, but it will give you an idea of the intense labor it took to finish it. Let me know if you like it or any other comments you may have. Thanks for looking it makes me feel good to have my projects displayed even if no one really comes to look at them. Enjoy your weekend. I will try and post more regularly from now on.

There She Goes Swap

Hi everyone here are two photos of the cards I created for a TSG Swap that I participated in a while back.

One of the cards I created was a ATC using a stamp from the Chemistry set from TSG. Hope you like it, it was the one I enjoy making the most. I think it came out really cute. The next card has a spring feeling to it, but I don't think it came out as well as the ATC one. It's a regular sized card. Let me know what you think about both of them. All comments and critics will be welcomed. Enjoy



American Cancer Society

Hi everyone just wanted to let you know about a charity I'm really involved in. I been participating in The Relay for Life of Secaucus, NJ for about 3 years now, being that this year I'm a team captain. Basically we try and raise as much money as possible to help the American Cancer Society to do more research, and send cancer patients to their treatment. I will be relaying on June 18th and 19th. What this means is that I will be walking around a track for a cure. The relay goes from 6pm to 6am, showing the different stages cancer patients go through once they are diagnosed. The evening symbolizes the dark times when they get diagnosed and go through the process of getting treatment and dealing with it, the dawn, when the sun is starting to rise symbolizes new hope and also when a patient is in rimition. If you would like to donate even something as little as $5 I would really appreciate it. My personal goal for this year is $1000 and I'm half way there so every little bit would help. Thank you all in advance. To visit my web page please click on the link below.

http://main.acsevents.org/goto/sandrabraganca
Hi everyone, it's been a long time since I have done anything with my blog. I just been really busy and haven't even had time to write a few words. Today though I will be posting a few things that I have been doing, along with a post about The American Cancer Society. Hope you enjoy all I have to show.