Back in October, Sue asked for bloggers to sign up to make and donate blue bracelets for the Global Genes Project. Basically, the bracelets are given to family members of people with rare genetic disorders. The bracelets are a reminder that they are not alone, that people are thinking of them and that someone cares. I think this is a very easy way to let someone else know that you care. All that was required of me was a little time, some blue beads and a little creativity. Oh, and postage.
Here is the bracelet I created. I used my new fold forming skills to create a heart that speaks for its self. I hope that who ever ends up with this bracelets likes what I created. Blue is not really my color of choose, but I really like this piece. I made it ajustable, as asked, because you don't know who the pieces are going to.
Hop on over to Sue's place to see all the other participants and what they have created. And, please, think about creating your own blue bracelet to add to the 7000 Bracelets For Hope.