I am working on a project called Tuesday's Hands. It is a canvas filled with cut out hands that have prayers, scripture, get well wishes, anything for kids with pediatric cancer. A group of us did this for my friends daughter who recently passed, only difference is we didn't put the hands on canvas, weFILLED her house walls, a wall at her Celebration of Tuesday's Life, and had hands left over. Now I am calling on all you ladies out there...please help us get Tuesday's Hands out to as many kids as we can. All I need you to do is get your kids, your spouse, yourself, and anyone else you know to make hands. How do you make the hands you may ask. Well trace your hand on some paper, decorate it any way you want, write you thoughts, prayers, whatever on it. That is it! Then you can either mail them directly to me, and we will put them on canvas or you can put them on canvas and then mail them to me. I have to have them mailed to me so that we can add the Tuesday's Hands sticker to the back. If you want to participate in this, email me at brandibest@ymail.com . Thanks ladies!

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