Artist Crystal Michelle Fallin

Artist Crystal Michelle Fallin
June 19, 1984 - August 18, 2019
Showing posts with label Tennessee. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tennessee. Show all posts

Monday, October 24, 2022

St, Simons Lighthouse, St. Simons Island for Dorothy of Knoxville, Tennessee


Dorothy of Knoxville, Tennessee is 87 years old and is a widow.  She is receiving a St. Simons Lighthouse with seashells.  She is also receiving a bookmark.

Lola's Smile Bunch

Sunday, August 21, 2022

A Mermaid for Evie of Clarksville, Tennessee

 Evie of Clarksville, Tennessee is turning 7 years old and she likes unicorns, Disney Princesses  and mermaids.  She is receiving Ariel the Little Mermaid stickers and princess stickers.

Random  Acts of Cardness - August Card Showers 

Monday, December 13, 2021

Saturday, October 23, 2021

Twin Mermaids for Anika of Cookeville, Tennessee

Happy Birthday to Anika of Cookeville, Tennessee. She is turning 11 years old and she likes mermaids and princesses.  She is receiving a Dream Big Make Waves card with a “Sisters of the Sea” art print. She is also receiving  Princess stickers inside the card and a sheet of Ariel stickers.

Random Acts of Cardness - October Card Shower 


Thursday, October 7, 2021

Encouragement Card for Shelby of Greenville, Tennessee

An Encouragement Card for Shelby of Greenville, Tennessee who is struggling with alcohol addiction.  She has been sober since December 2020.  She is receiving a “Thinking of You” card with a Stella Art print and  a “You’re  more Precious than Jewels” bookmark.  Shelby likes crafts, art, coloring and the color pink.

Random Acts of Cardness - Extra Encouragement 

Saturday, August 14, 2021

Lola's Smile Bunch - Encouragement Card for Maxine of Tennessee

 A encouragement card with a Rose art print for Maxine of Knoxville, Tennessee.  She loss her only child on November 2020.  She needs support and love.  I briefly shared my story and Crystal's artwork with her and enclosed a  Vincent Van Gogh "Field with Poppies" bookmark with a small magnetic bookmark attached to it.   I explained to her that sharing Crystal art on my cards helps me to cope with my grief.  A parent's grief is a journey with no end.  We are there to listen and support each other on this treacherous journey of sorrow.  Praying for Maxine.

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