As I mentioned yesterday, my friend Dawn Grandstrand makes some fabulous photo charms and donates a portion of each sale to ovarian cancer research (Dawn is in the teal, below, surrounded by her ‘Grand Movers’ team.).
And today, I’m sharing more about those two-sided charms and her charm-making process.
Her charms are constructed in a process akin to stained glass window making (something which Dawn dabbled in a few years ago, even making windows for a new addition on their house).
Next up, the images, all taken by Dawn herself (she is also the one who took these pictures earlier this summer). She prints her charm pictures in bulk and cuts them apart.
Well, you can get them too.
Lots of options and they are the perfect gift for just about everyone (even yourself!). As you’ve see, Dawn makes each and every one with care and precision so you are purchasing a quality item. There is even an option to personalize the charm. Fill it with a favorite picture of family, friends or just a beautiful shot. I’ve seen a couple of the personalized ones she’s done and they are really cool.
And I don’t think I could choose just one favorite; there are so many cool ones. However, I do have a few that really stick out for me. Check out – “believe” (barn with the rainbow), “determination” (bent-over flower), “perspective” (two daisies past their prime) and “survivor” (butterfly on a pink flower).
Check back in later today for a give-away! You won’t want to miss it.