My dad has been on my mind a lot lately (that's really nothing new). I still think about him every single day!
May is also Brain Tumor Awareness Month so I wanted to share some fun things/products with you!
The ribbon for brain cancer is gray.
Show your support for Brain Cancer Awareness by wearing this cozy scarf! It is lined with soft gray fleece for warmth, and made primarily from a cotton designer fabric from the "Snowberry" line. It is heather gray, with large light gray polka dots in rows with small white flowers and aqua accents.
Awareness Ribbon is appliqued onto the bottom of the scarf and measures approximately 4.5 inches tall.
100% of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to Miles for Hope (www.milesforhope.org).
Go here to get this product: http://www.etsy.com/listing/68440847/brain-cancer-awareness-gray-ribbon-scarf
These beautiful ribbon charms are 5/8" long and are silver-tone with an enameled color finish. Each charm has an enclosure hoop that allows them to be easily attached to your favorite bracelet or necklace. Available in all of our cancer awareness colors. I just love these!
Purchase one (or two) here: http://www.choosehope.com/product/ribbon-awareness-charm
Next time I get a manicure, I'm doing this. Love the dark nails with the grey ribbon on one finger. Fun way to show support!
I so smitten with the next item.
Show your support with cancer ribbon awareness earrings. These are Gray which supports Brain Cancer. Hand stitched using delica beads and surgical steel hooks. Approx 1.25" drop.
Get these beauties here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/97442475/brain-cancer-awareness-beaded-ribbon?ref=sr_gallery_44&ga_search_query=brain+cancer&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=ZZ&ga_min=0&ga_max=0&ga_search_type=all
There are so many fun and wonderful products over on Etsy so be sure to check them all out, just type brain cancer (or whatever form of cancer you would like) and click search.
One of my favorite gifts to give (hint, hint Mother's Day is like SOON) is one where the products I purchase helps a good cause!
Remember, Grey Matters!
To learn more about brain cancer please visit: http://www.braintumor.org/