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Member of the Month: November 2014

We're pleased to introduce you to our Member of the Month, Denise Lawrence!

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"I have been crafting for so many years that I cannot remember when I first started, having been in hospital on and off for more years than I care to remember with agoraphobia, panics attacks and anxiety attacks to name just a few illnesses!!!

Crafting has always been a life line to some sort of normality. I love all crafts and have tried most, cross stitch, glass painting, silk painting, cake decoration, weaving and anything else I have been given a chance to try.

I have been making cards for the charity Operation Blue Witch Squadron. They sent the cards to RAF stations in all kinds of camps in war zones abroad. Sadly I have just heard that the charity has had to close. So now I will need another one to replace them.

Now with better medication I can do more but now am carer to my 89 year old mum, so I do a lot of crafting to keep me sane just like many other crafters."

3 thoughts on “Member of the Month: November 2014”

  • Henriette

    What a wonderful picture of you with your dog. Crafting is such a rewarding activity and how lovely that you use it to send cards through a charity. If your charity has to close, you might want to cinsider anysoldier.com ... It is however American, anyone can participate. Happy crafting.

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  • Janis

    Just wanting to wish you well. I am glad you have crafting in your life/ It always makes me forget any problems. I was also reading that soldiers appreciate cards that they can send home as they don't always have somewhere to shop for them. Have you tried asking your nearest base if they would like any? I am sure many charities would appreciate your cards. Local hospice? MacMillan? There are a couple of suggestions here http://www.card-making-magic.com/cardmakingforcharities.html. Happy crafting!

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