Thursday, September 2, 2010

The BRA BALL is Back!

and we are calling for the artful bra!
For the month of October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month), we will be adding more bras to our bra ball! You are invited to bring in your "art bra" and watch it grow at the gallery! are wondering...what's an "art bra"? Imagine a rubber band ball but not with rubberbands but with bras!

Anything goes, just paint, stitch, cut, add, subtract to a bra and we'll add it to our growing bra sculpture! Have a party with some friends, pack up the finished art bras and send them to us! We'll strap them on (to the bra ball of course) and build it each day!

Our "Bra Ball" travels! Yes it does! Last year we took the "Bra Ball" to Wellsprings in Woodburn, Oregon ( for display and they've asked for it again...
I guess we can say that the "Bra Ball" is taking on a life of it's own!


LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

Oh my goodness! I love the Bra Ball! What an awesome creation that keeps on going. My mother passed away of breast cancer so this is even more interesting to me. I'm from Indiana but I just might have to get some girls together for a bra ball party and send you our creation to add to yours.

Mary Lou Zeek said...

We would LOVE to have some bras added from Indiana! We also love the bra ball and will show if off as it gets bigger.
Looking forward to see what you do!
Mary Lou

Joy Logan said...

Can the bra be mailed to you all over there on the wrong coast??? LOL

Mary Lou Zeek said...

hey...bras are everywhere! Send one over!

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