Cost: IPPW Members FREE with pot luck lunch contribution. Not yet members: $20 per bracelet. Includes all supplies and instruction. Olive pits welcome, but not necessary to participate!
Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul. Who are you grateful to?
Explore Gratitude . . . Make a Gratitude Bracelet
Inspiration sometimes comes from our darkest moments. That’s what Beth Gross-Santos discovered after hitting what she thought was rock bottom. She became temporarily derailed, but not defeated.
Through an intense soul-searching process, Beth transformed into a Gratitude Facilitator. Her notion of gratitude is symbolized by a spiral to represent growth and evolution. She believes by sharing the feeling of gratitude, the spiral can continue to be a source of positive energy and inspiration to all. And she’s doing that, not with an olive branch, but with the humble pit.
More than two decades ago, while picking olives on the island of Crete, Beth noticed many abandoned on the ground. She used her trusty Swiss Army Knife to carve the first gratitude bracelet from a rotting piece of fruit. Now, with a more expanded vision as a self-appointed Gratitude Facilitator, and an entire collection of Gratitude jewelry, she invites other to participate in growing gratitude worldwide by wearing and sharing hand-made bracelets that turn the olive pits into a symbol of positivity.
In this hands-on event, participants will explore the meaning of gratitude and make a gratitude bracelet to take home or give to a special someone.
Join us on Saturday, March 14, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Souhegan Chamber of Commerce, 69 Route 101A, Amherst, NH 03031 to make your gratitude bracelet and enjoy a pot luck with your positivity sisters.
For more information call Debby at 603-731-0116 or to RSVP, please use the IPPW Event RSVP Form.