Saturday, September 4, 2010

Beautiful Beads for Overcomer Beebe

A mother and daughter deeply desiring to help adopting families and orphans around the world are making these handmade necklaces to help with our adoption. Their story is amazing, and they realized that making these necklaces was a way they could help others. Their family endured the loss of nearly completing the adoption process when the country closed to international adoption.  Their home is filled with photos of their children across the ocean!  They still care for them as if they were living here.

The larger beads are all handmade. Each one rolled by hand and sealed twice with a paintbrush. It is a tedious process done out of love for orphans. This bead-making technique is done in Africa, so it's a connection to Ghana as well.

The photos below are four currently on hand, with more on the way. Each necklace is only $20. These can be mailed to you for $5. You will love them! I wear mine all the time and always receive compliments!

Each necklace is named for an orphan, so be sure to tell me which style you like.

1.) Clinton
2.) Baby G
3.) Samuel
4.) Helen

Please e-mail me with any questions.  You will LOVE these necklaces!  Great gifts!

For as the days of a tree, so will be the days of my people; my chosen ones will long enjoy the works of their hands.  Isaiah 65:22

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