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a little sewing a little thankfulness

Burp cloths in process.  Half will go to God’s Tiny Angels the other half will go to Wright County here in Minnesota for the teen mommies.  Each will have 2 matching burp cloths in a baggie. December 8th 2013

Cheater quilts patiently waiting for some top stitching.  I’m thinking the lovely flowered one will go to a sweet little toddler I know for Christmas.  The other 2 will be joining about 22 other blankets/quilts for the blanket drive for God’s Tiny Angels. December 8th 2013

Flannel and cotton waiting some serious ironing and slicing up…Receiving blankets, teeny diapers, angel wraps, perhaps newborn snap gowns and buntings will be just flying out of this pile bound for God’s Tine Angels, Teeny Tears, Angel Outfitters and perhaps a few will go to the teen mommies here in Minnesota…just need the time and energy! December 8th 2013

 

Newborn sized hospital gown with snaps. December 8th 2013

Newborn sized snap on hospital gown on a newborn sized doll…front and back…I am now out of snaps ugh…have some on order though so I can keep snapping up wee gowns! December 8th 2013

2 newborn sized snap on gowns.  These will be going to God’s Tiny Angels 2014 December 8th 2013

8th 2013

Thank you card I received from a hospital here in Minnesota that I sent a batch of Teeny Tears diapers to.  I dare say it’s nice to hear occasionally that what I’ve done helps people!

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Tags -n- Cards

A little something to go with the donated items is always nice to let the recipient know who is the person who cared enough to send something to them!

God’s Tiny Angel Tags:

angel tag jpegnon lovie tagposition snake tagangel pocket card

these are cards that go with the Angel Pockets

Project Linus Tag

project linus tag

Heart Babies Tag

heart baby tag

Course now that we have Alphie the Morkie Puppy I need to change allthe tags to only say that the household is cat free… Everything I send out is washed in Dreft and after drying sealed in bags so Alphie dander can’t get on anything. 🙂