Monday, September 26, 2011

CHALLENGE Response: Tracy Bell talks about "Beads of Courage" Program

For our next response, I'd like to direct you to "Beads of Courage" from the "Copper, Glass and Recycled Trash"  blog of Tracy Bell!  Tracy made a comment regarding Lori Anderson's work on the last entry. I followed to her blog, and found her doing her own good deeds "designing for special audiences"--the theme of our challenge.  As they say, "the rest is history."

She will tell you about her day with other artists making beads for children with cancer, but it's not just a one-day event; it's ongoing, and sounds like work for a good cause  and a whole lot of fun!  Read on...

Funky Rainbow Ribbon Beads 
by TracyBell

Note from Sharyl:  

Our guest today also has a shop on Etsy, TracyBell, and she has one less item to sell today because I just snatched it up!   Please pay her shop a visit too!

Photo Credit:

"Funky Rainbow Ribbon Beads by TracyBell" from her Etsy shop,


I'm expecting one more submission for the Challenge, but there's still time for others to meet the Sept. 28th deadline!  Please send me your text by e-mail or add your ideas, projects, or questions as a "Comment!"  Thanks for the lively discussion!

1 comment:

Sharyl said...

You make such fun and colorful beads, I'm sure the children are very thrilled to get them, Tracy. I received a message this morning that mine are already on their way. (Now that's speedy service!) I can hardly wait!