Craftspeople Can Help People Honor Their Mothers In A Personal Way

Top Quote You can learn how to create handmade gifts they'll keep forever rather than depending upon the ubiquitous card or flowers. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 13, 2011 - Cambridge, Ontario, April 12, 2011 - - Remember when Mother's Day meant creating a handmade gift at school to surprise Mom with on Sunday morning?

    As children, we knew how special a hand-made gift could be. Most of our parents still have the macaroni necklaces and picture frames with tiny handprints tucked away somewhere safe.

    At some point, though, most of us stopped making the handmade gift, opting, instead, for something store-bought... and less personal.

    With a little planning, however, it's still possible to touch Mom's heart in a simple, very effective way with a beautiful, hand-made card or gift. No matter your age, these unique expressions of love and gratitude also carry an extra message.

    They say, "I wanted to go the extra step… because of all of the times you went the extra step for me."

    Through her website,, world-renowned paper crafter Andrea Walford works with paper crafters through her tutorials and how-to videos and demonstrates ways to keep that simple childhood way of gift giving alive.

    The cards and gifts that «First_Name» displays and demonstrates can be personalized to represent both you and the person you're giving the gift to. And, they have a nostalgic quality which ensures they'll be saved for years to come.

    To view some creative gifts for your family and friends, visit Andrea's website,

    Andrea is also available for media interviews on the value of hand-made Mother's Day gifts. To schedule, please use the contact information provided.

    Liz Sanpietro
    SIMB Public Relations
    liz ( @ ) simbpr dot com

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