Saturday, December 25, 2010

A Couple of My Favorite Projects

Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays!

I wanted to share a couple of my favorite projects since I didn't take a photo of the earrings I made for my Mom yesterday before I gave them to her :)

I am looking forward to a great new year right around the corner and will be sharing blog gratitude throughout the week as well as updating A Bead A Day blog.

I wish you all the VERY best!


coolmoon said...

Lisa, I have to tell you I have great respect for your BEAD A DAY blogging! Even on Christmas, you had a little bit to share. I don't think you've ever missed a day, and it's something to be proud of. THANKS! for sharing your knowledge and creativity with the rest of the beading world...
Hope you had a Merry Christmas and Have a wonderful New Year...
Cool Moon Creations

Beader said...

Lisa- you are inspiring! I recently started making my own beads and then making bracelets etc.. and I can't stop. My inspiration is my 7 yr old daughter who had a stroke during birth which went unnoticed for 5-6 months (long story) and her diagnoses was epileptic, right-side hemiplegic with weakness, left side of the brain has fluid on it and she has under gone one surgery so far on her right foot to help her walk better. Once she was diagnosed I begun educating myself and there were no reasons for why or what happened? I did not use drugs or drink or party, nothing but a healthy pregnancy so I had a lot of questions. However her and I became a team and we never gave up, years of physical therapy and it all paid off for the doctors thought she would be physically challenged with walking, running or jumping. Not Stacey, the only physical sign is her right hand stays fisted or limp but she is a fighter and strong! I have always wondered if this happened to anyone else's child and what the outcome was but I havent found anyone, so I have wanted to bring more awareness to the issue. I was induced and I believe that it had something to do with it but I will never my goal is to again educate but I have never really put myself into it until I started making beads and I would love to do something with Stacey's Will in mind.
Thank you for inspiring me and motivating even more....
God Bless!!
Thank You
Rachel Fazenbaker

Lisa Crone said...

Thank you Sheryl, you are so kind! :)

Thank you Rachel for sharing your story! Please email me at if you want to brainstorm on a project. :)