Monday, December 1, 2008

THIS you have to see

For Unto Us...A Very Special Kit for this Very Special Season
100% of the Proceeds from the Sale of For Unto Us... will go to help PDW Designer Courtney Wilson's nephew Crew, and sister Megan with their medical expenses.

For Unto Us...A Charity Kit for Crew & Megan$10.00
A Note from Courtney:
We all go through rough patches in our lives. And as we go through these hardships, we lean on each other and our faith to comfort us. Tragedy has recently befallen one of our own. Megan, the master behind the templates of Racketty Scrappety was, until recently pregnant with her third and fourth children. Nearly three weeks ago, 28 weeks pregnant, her water broke and had an emergency c-section to deliver her babies. Both of which were born without heartbeats. While the doctors were able to resuscitate one of her sons, the other, Baby Dex, didn't make it.There were a number of complications, none of which caused any of the others. As Megan learned after the fact, her water breaking was the best thing that could have happened and was what allowed Baby Crew to be born fast enough to save his life. Megan has been generous enough to allow us all to share this time with her. You can read more about this amazing Mother and Son duo at, is currently in the NICU and riding the "roller coaster" that accompanies this. We, here at Plain Digital Wrapper along with a few other great designers have joined together to make this beautiful kit dedicated to Crew.Included in this kit are over 50 papers, over 150 elements, 5 alphas, $10 worth gift certificates from various designers, over 50 of the templates from Racketty Scrappety herself, and a free gift with purchase! All proceeds will go towards Crew's mounting medical costs. It is called "For Unto Us..." and embodies the true spirit of Christmas.

My heart is just breaking for this family. I've lost a child, I know that pain, but I can't imagine having to go through it with another child in NICU in such a fragile state.

Please, if you can, buy this kit to help this family. But more importantly, keep them in your prayers.

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