Help Young Cancer Patients By Giveing A Keepsake Ornament

Rainbow Angel by Carrington promo picture.

These special Blown Glass Ornaments available from Reed & Barton are designed by young cancer patients from the Children’s Art Project at MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital.

The Ornamanet are made of mouth-blown glass, and are hand painted. This “Gift For A Cause” features an Angel flying against a gold sky filled with gold stars.

This beautiful ornament has Swarovski elements and glitter. It is truly lovely.

Picture of my Rainbow Angel by Carrington Ornament

It it  shipped packed in a really nice gift box with lots of padding to keep it from breaking.

The give box the Rainbow Angel by Carrington arrived in.

If you have young children, maybe you could start a new tradition with your kids. Give them a Rainbow Angel by Carrington  Ornament that they can hang on the tree each year, and maybe pass on to their own kids someday.

This special ornament would make a great gift for older kids too, or grand-kids. I expect even parents and grandparents would like to have one.

Part of the cost of the ornament is returned to Md Anderson Cancer Center to pay for programs that ease and enrich the lives of young patients, so you would also be helping other kids.

If you order any item from the Gifts For a Cause  page by 12/12/14 you can get the Santa Angel by Victor free (while supplies last).

Just add the Santa Angel to your cart, use code : MDGIFT , and a $25 credit will be added.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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