Monday, October 24, 2011

bracelets for a cause

besides my family i have two things that i love and make me happy: friends and crafts. 

the craft that i have recently picked up are chan luu type bracelets. i really enjoy making these (just making them is somewhat therapeutic) but i realized there is no way i can wear them all :)

since i had no interest in actually selling them for a profit, i decided that instead it would be really great if i could make them but have them benefit a charity or a cause.

i have two friends near and dear to my heart that have lost someone very close to them and i decided that i would sell these bracelets and have 100% of the profits go towards the charity in the name of the person that they had lost.

one of my best friends from college julianne gage lost her sister, jessica gage a few years ago to brain cancer. when you purchase a bracelet in honor of jessica your donations will go towards the national brain tumor society.  

on october 9th, two people very close to josh and i, ashley and sean dugan lost their baby boy, royce haskell dugan just two weeks before he was due to come into this world. when you purchase a bracelet in honor of royce haskell dugan your donations will go towards MEND (mommies enduring neonatal death)

below are some examples of the bracelets i have already made (to give you an example of what they look like). bracelets with gold, silver, or pearl beads: $60 and bracelets with all other colors are $50. you can either choose to order one from the examples below or you can customize a bracelet to be any bead and leather rope color of your choice. for orders please email

for more information visit Bracelets For A Cause on Facebook.

silver bracelet: $60

pearl bracelet: $60

mutli-color bracelet: $50

gold bracelet: $60

leather cord color options


  1. I stumbled onto your blog via a pin on Pinterest and am so excited to order a bracelet! I'm a brain tumor patient and am thrilled to both support my favorite organization (the NBTS) and get a lovely accessory to wear. Keep up the wonderful work!!

  2. Hi Sara! I'm so excited you found Bracelets For A Cause! You can either email me what you would like at or I actually just opened an Etsy store with more bracelets being added everyday!

  3. Are you still making bracelets? I have been through the brain tumor thing this year and I'd consider buying some for friends who have been such a great help to me.

  4. Do you still make these?? Love this idea.


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