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Memory Pack “Forget Me Not”

Quirky SuZ designs | Eagle Rock MO

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“Forget Me Not” is a fundraiser for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Our family is Team Rocket for the walks in Branson and Springfield, Missouri. I walk with my sister and nephew in Team Cottle in Columbia.

I used vintage cards to get the forget me not flowers and designs. The images are on the necklaces and stickers. The necklaces have cords that I made with yarns to coordinate.

Team Rocket’s name comes from a car that my dad built in the 1970s. It’s a long story but it brings back great memories of Daddy. The paper doll sticker is from my “Determined” line. She is wearing a walk tee-shirt and, in honor of Mom, red roses, shoes and lipstick.

See the additional pictures for the rest of the pack. Each pack has two of everything so you can share with someone who needs the Forget Me Not message.

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Maker

Suzanne M Miner

Business

Quirky SuZ designs

City

Eagle Rock MO

Website

http://www.quirkysuz.com

Bio

Quirky SuZ is the result of many creative ventures throughout my life. My parents encouraged all of their children to be adventurous and share their talents. I don’t remember any phase of my life when I didn’t have some kind of creative outlet.

I moved to the Ozarks in grade school and down to the borderlands after college. Yes, love was involved! After a few years of odd jobs, I became a high school teacher. For thirty years, I taught United States History, geography, and all other Social Studies subjects at Berryville High School. Teaching, sponsoring Student Council, and coaching Quiz Bowl kept me busy at school. I enjoyed decorating my classroom each year and always tried to make the displays attractive, motivational, and educational.

Through the years, I kept doing creative activities and enjoyed learning new skills. Daily work outfits often included jewelry and clothes that I made. Retirement allows me to spend many happy hours in my studio creating wonderful things to share.

My studio is Iris Cottage. It is a wonderful place to spend time and I am so fortunate to have a dedicated creative space!