Can any group “volunteer” to make tissue paper pink corsages for nursing home residents?

I am going to be seeing 100 ladies during the month of May and would love to give each person a tissue paper corsage. The video link below shows how to make them and I think it would take just a few minutes to make each one. Since our program is for a Mother’s Day and Spring theme, probably pink and white or any nice Spring pastel colors would be pretty.

Materials needed: only tissue paper and pipecleaners. No glue, no scissors, no craft ability needed. No artistic ability required – my kind of project! (From the Dollar Store)

Is there a Scout troop, sorority, youth group or any organization that would like to do this this project? I would love to hear from you. I know that these paper corsages will really add to the joy of the programs that we take to senior living communities. Of course, if you have any other ideas for making a simple corsage or bouguet for the ladies, that would be wonderful.

We would need them by April 30th.

http://www.ehow.com/video_5103588_make-paper-corsages.html

A few other sample ideas: Still very simple to make, need pinking shears.

http://www.ehow.com/how_7651408_make-paper-corsage-mothers-day.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_5103588_make-paper-corsages.html

Contact:

Patricia Gallagher – BA, MBA

Cell: 267 939 0365

 storiesforseniors@gmail.com

 

MISSION STATEMENT:

The Stories for Seniors Project distributes new and gently-used stuffed animals and lap blankets such as crocheted, knitted and quilted afghans and fleece throw blankets to offer care and comfort to Seniors living in nursing homes, retirement communities, Veterans Hospitals and shelters.

Contact:

Patricia Gallagher – BA, MBA

Cell: 267 939 0365

 storiesforseniors@gmail.com

www.storiesforseniors.wordpress.com

 

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