It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived. Helen Walton

Monday, January 21, 2013

Moebius Syndrome Awareness


Those of us who have participated over the past years in the "Diva Challenge" are well aware of Moebius Syndrome and the issues faced on a daily basis by Laura and her family, B-Rad, Chewie and little Artoo.  Our challenge this week was to use the ribbon as a part of our tile in recognition of Moebius Awareness Day, January 22.
Having planted geraniuims, alyssum and sweet william this week, I have flowers on my mind.  Not too happy with my ribbon but don't mind the spring-like background.

12 comments:

  1. So pretty...the little flowers in the background do remind me of spring.

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  2. awesome!! Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day is on Thursday, Jan 24!! thanks for posting!!

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  3. Very beautiful, your colors are perfect!!

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  4. Your logo looks great, love the black and white checks. The flowers are beautiful.

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  5. I really like how you've accentuated the ribbon effect by using purple and checkered pattern. Lovely!

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  6. Your logo is surrounded with flowers; great idea.

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  7. Your flowers make it happy! Very pretty.
    Barbara

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  8. I like the ribbon, actually. And I really like the contrast between the straight lines/checkerboard pattern of the ribbon and the organic flowers in the background. Appropriate, I think, given the effects of Moebius Syndrome (the regulated patterns in the ribbon) and the hope for an eventual cure (the garden).

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  9. This is full of Spring and hope, lovely job!

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