I'd like to introduce you to my friend Naomi. She is the sweet girl on the right. I taught her to weave her very first basket over a year ago. We are also great scrapbooking buddies.
Naomi is our latest contributor to my Think Pink fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen foundation. She sells wonderful Sentsy flameless candles that smell heavenly. Her website is HERE.
You can read more about my Susan G. Komen fight against breast cancer fundraiser HERE.
I asked Naomi to tell us a little about herself and here is what she said:
As for me, I am a 36yr old stay @ home momma to two kiddos....my Irish twins are 10months apart which keeps me busy. My daughter, Carolina is 5 and my son, Boogies (not his given name :D) is 4. They will both enter kindergarten this
I enjoy scrapbooking and traveling with my mom. I have been
scrapbooking forever, I can remember a big type of scrapbook I kept in my
jr/high school days, that I would put in birthday cards, newspaper clippings,
and anything. however, I really became a true acid-free scrapbooker back in 1997
and OH have times/techniques/etc have changed!!!
I also enjoy my family, we
enjoy the outdoors (lol, ok they love the outdoors & I 'deal')--so we camp
alot...I also enjoy traveling with my mom--to resorts and scrapbooking retreats
I have two blogs you can link my everything blog & my project
365 daily pic blog
Naomi has contributed for the raffle a beautiful Pink Candle Warmer from Sentsy along with a deliciously fragrant wax called Pretty In Pink.
Remember the theme is Think Pink and I need your help to make it a success for the raffle later this year during October, Breast Cancer Awareness month. For donations, please e-mail me at email@example.com Remember more prizes mean more money for the foundation.
Please take a moment and visit Naomi's website and blogs and say Hello to her. Thank you so much Naomi for your donation towards fighting breast cancer.
- Me with my woven basket
- CJ from Tea N Stitches - Stampin' Up
This post links to:
The Girl Creative - New Friend Friday