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Saturday, May 16, 2009

Butterfly Kiss Crochet...


One of the things that I love about Handmade for Life is that our members really do walk the talk. Getting to know the each one is a journey in itself...Discovering the beauty of each creative fingerprint and what drives their passion.

Kimberlyna is one of those artists whose work reflects the joy and passion of her heart.I have admired her crochet creations for a long time but was even more excited to discover what a warrior for life she is!

When you make a purchase from Butterfly Kiss Crochet, you are helping to build a culture of Life...

Kimberlyna is a client advocate at her local Pregnancy Care Center so she knows a thing or two about the challenge of loving mamas and babies in need. She was an integral part of an effort that raised $13,000 for the Center last year!

She is also a working mother to a beautiful little girl who has special needs. One of her goals is to build up her business enough so that she can become a stay-at-home mom to her "precious butterfly".

Along with her original handiwork, Kimberlyna also also sells Raggedy Ann dolls that were lovingly handcrafted by her late Grandmother Viola. I was absolutely smitten when I saw these and can't imagine the hours of labor that went into crafting them.



Kimberlyna has been crocheting since she was 10 years old, she loves crafting of all kinds and sewing beautiful aprons and dresses. She plays 11 instruments, loves anything Victorian, yearns for the countryside, and gives Jesus Christ all the glory for her talents.

Thank you, Kimberlyna, for sharing your gifts with us and giving so much of yourself for the unborn!

7 comments:

  1. Great feature on Butterfly Kisses! I love her work, and I love getting to know her better.

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  2. What a wonderful story. How inspiring. May God bless your efforts.

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  3. Terrific post, and lovely handcrafted work.

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  4. It's really great to meet the people behind the shop names. What a lovely and talented person. The ragdoll and hat are adorable!

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  5. what a beautiful shop! Love the Raggedy Ann's! My grandma makes those so they bring back tons of memories :)

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  6. Praise the Lord for your diligent work with the CPC =) I love the Raggedy Ann - my grandmother made each of us girls one and we all have them to this day! What a special treasure to pass on.

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