Friday, January 21, 2011

Recycle Some Love

This Valentine's Day, how about a unique gift for those loved ones in your life.
And instead of RED or PINK, let's GO GREEN!
Let's Recycle a little LOVE this year and spread it around!

The Andrews', who have themselves adopted but are not currently in process,
have come up with a wonderful new t-shirt idea for both kids and adults.
(Which is pretty hard in the adoption shirt world!) :)

Front of Shirts:

Back of shirts:
"Life's most urgent question is this:
What are you doing for others?"

I LOVE these shirts!
I love the front design, but even more I think, I LOVE the quote on the back!

Here's what the Andrews' say about their shirts...
"for Valentine's Day, we are "Recycling Love" for adoptive families...
Forget red and pink hearts for Valentine's Day,
go GREEN and show your support for families adopting."

What a great way to give back, pay it forward,
and show those around you what someone can do for orphans.

Not only are they selling these shirts,
but they are offering profits of these shirts to families in the process of adopting themselves! $10 of EACH shirt sold will go directly to the adoption fund of the designated family.
And to help us in our process, just mark "Lisa" in the Pay*pal memo line of your purchase!

PLUS the family to raise the most from NOW until just after Valentine's Day,
February 18, will also be given an ADDITIONAL $500 toward their adoption!
I can't tell you how very much that would mean for us right now!
We have ONE MONTH!
Get the word out and help us raise this money!
And get a GREAT shirt in the process, what a win-win!

Click the link below, or the link on the left sidebar of the blog...
The t-shirt links are on the right of Africa Bound Andrews. :)
Remember to mark "Lisa" in the Pay*pal memo line!



Lisa! This is awesome!! WHAT A GREAT SHIRT!!! I'm getting one (or two) and will help spread the word.

cami said...

I'll be ordering one for sure. What a great thing they are doing, and cool shirt too!

Oh, and I have to tell you that today I wore the pretty necklace I bought from you - cute turquoise beads on a black ribbon - I love it!

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I am a single mom to four amazing kids; each of whom just happen to have been adopted. The first three were adopted through foster care, and we just completed an international adoption from Haiti. Our family has grown through adoption and I am all the more blessed to know each of my children. I worship a mighty God, teach Special Ed, love bargains, and am inspired by Pinterest... come along with us for the ride!

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