Friday, November 21, 2008

Tiles


The tiles above were created by Kaye Mackay, a dear woman who read my blog and sent Spencer and I this baby memorial tile, as well as a birth verse tile, after having read about Isaac. For anyone who has been to our house and seen them in person, you know they are beautiful. She designes tiles in all sorts of shapes and sizes for a whole host of occasions. You can view them here http://www.engravedeuniques.com/.

In addition, Kaye has also graciously offered to help support our efforts to fund Isaac's playground. Starting tomorrow, 10% of the sales on any orders (except the 16 x 8 family tile, as those proceeds are currently being donated elsewhere) via the website during the week of November 22-29 will be donated to our church for Isaac's Playground. So, another Christmas shopping opportunity at its finest! These tiles make great gifts, particularly because they are so personal (and beautiful!)

Here's how it works.

1. Head over to Kaye's website http://www.engravedeuniques.com/

2. Take a look around, and feel free to place an order if you so choose. I am sure you will agree that her work is beautiful.

3. Be sure to mention "He will carry Me" in the comments section while checking out on the website. This part is very important!

On a side note, please also don't forget that you can still place a Pampered Chef order with Kara, and a portion of those sales will also be donated for Isaac's playground (see post entitled "Christmas Shopping" below.

Thank you all for your support... through these opportunities, your prayers, your encouragement. We appreciate it more than I could every convey on here.

Stay tuned this weekend for an updated on how this week at work shaped up...

10 comments:

Stephanie said...

How wonderful!!!! It was so thoughtful of her to do that for you and Spencer and I know you will treasure those tiles for ever! I will head over to her site and check her stuff out..thanks!

banbear2 said...

This is beautiful. I will buy one next week for Raymond. Thanks so much for sharing. I still pray for you and Spencer and Isaac every day.

Monica @ Writer Chic said...

Love the tiles....I've been debating getting one for our family since I saw the Angie Smith's. Maybe now is the time to do it. Love and prayers always, sweetie.

Ashly Tucker said...

Hey Stacy! I'll be sure to purchase a tile next week. I'm so glad you posted about them. I'm just getting ready to make a "Brooks" section on our bedroom wall and this will be a perfect addition:) Have a good Friday

Susan NiƱo said...

Fabulous! What a blessing this woman is!! I will check out her site this weekend and share with a lot of others too!

I hope your first days at work were ok and a little peaceful. Continuing to pray and think of you...in San Antonio.

So Blessed said...

What a beautiful gift....and a precious blessing to cherish.

B Family Life said...

The tiles are beautiful and what a giving person she is to make such a donation. It never ceases to amaze me how much your son has impacted this world. I don't leave comments often, but I always read and I always pray for you, your hubby, and your son. God Bless

Jill said...

Thank you so much for sharing this lovely idea. It is so personal. I will keep her website handy.
I know I have not commented before...at least I don't think I have, but I have great respect for your beautiful blog. You are so sweet to share your story. You have been a strength to me and I know many others. I am so so sorry about your precious Isaac.

MrsJoyner said...

Wow...I came over from Just Me..and you are such a courageous woman..I don't know that I could do what you and your husband have done. Your baby is beautiful. You are so strong. Thank you for sharing your blog with us.

babyrndeb said...

I just ran across your website...linked it off of another...and I jsut wanted to say thank you for beind so honest about your feelings and your experience. I work with many moms who choose to carry their babies to term despite great odds and I want to refer them to your blog so that they see that they are not alone. You do a wonderful job just telling your story.
You and your husband are in my thoughts - even though we are miles apart.