Fayetteville, NC (PRWEB) May 30, 2006
Feel Good Frames' Christmas Tree Frame Ornaments make you feel good not just because they're so darling, but because they're making a difference in the battle against blood cancers.
As with so many other families, this is an issue so close to Feel Good Frames' founder Shelley Roupas' heart. Her spirited, creative mother died at 54 years old from Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Her always-strong dad has fought Leukemia for the past 8 years. Her beloved Nana recently passed away from Lymphoma.
5% of the proceeds from each ornament goes directly to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help find a cure for blood cancers and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.
The ornaments hold a 3"x3" photo and can be ordered standard with "Christmas 2006" or personalized with a name and date.
Shelley Roupas created Feel Good Frames in 2002. Her first love was television broadasting, but after almost a decade of reporting the news and two pregnancies, she put down her over-worked pen and picked up her underused paintbrush. She soon discovered, with great delight, that creating the designs and taking them to market is every bit as exciting and fun as the news biz. Even better, she now gets to spend many of her days painting in the company's sun-drenched studio, with her two small boys often coloring beside her.
Feel Good Frames are now sold in over 100 fine gift boutiques across the country. The frames are not manufactured by the dozens, but carefully and joyfully created by Shelley and her team of artists. The studio is based in North Carolina, and all of the frames are made entirely in the USA.