Just wanted to post about this so I can remember it. ;)
In mid January Jennifer McGuire sent out a tweet on Twitter asking if any Hero Arts fans did sewing. I was one of the responders who said yes and a few days later received an email inviting me to make a bunch of fabric flowers. There was a time crush. We had a 2 week window in which to get them done and in the hands of Hero Arts. I really wanted to help out but also had my son's upcoming birthday party to plan (not to mention our home school to teach and a husband and 4 kids to attend to). So I did what anyone in my situation would do. I called Mom! :) I figured if we worked together we could probably get 100 flowers made. She was already planning on coming up for a few days the following weekend for a visit so it worked out well. I did all the prep work earlier in the week - ironing, stamping, cutting - and we worked like crazy to get them done during the 2 days she was here. In the end we had enough supplies to make 150!! It was so much fun to work on these adorable flowers with my Mom! Thanks Mom for agreeing to do this with me and thanks to Hero Arts for letting me give back in a small way (and spoiling me once again). ;) If you were at CHA and happened to get a purple flower with little white dots or a light blue flower with a large dark blue pattern I'd love to know. :) Unfortunately I forgot to take pictures of us working on them. :( So... I'm hijacking some of the pictures Hero Arts posted on their facebook page. :)
|Here's Sally, the original fabric flower designer! The 2nd and 4th flowers she wearing are ones my Mom and I made. :)|
|So fun to see everyone's flowers all piled up together.|
|Wonderful group of ladies (and Aaron) sporting fabric flowers.|
I was totally surprised when Hero Arts posted a little Thank You message on their blog today. So sweet of them!
What can say. I *heart* Hero Arts. :)
Hope everyone is staying warm (or cool depending on where you live) today.