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Comfort For a Cause! + Giveaway

I just wanted to give you a heads up on a fun clothing sale I am hosting called “Comfort For a Cause.” I know many of you had expressed interested in LuLaRoe clothing (or are already addicted like me), so I wanted to share here.

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Please know that I do not earn anything from hosting this event. Instead, we will be supporting a good cause.

As I have mentioned here before, I am a big fan of LuLaRoe clothing. It is absolutely the most comfortable clothing of all time. And it is a good company that is helping to empower women!

My friend Erin Lee sells LuLaRoe โ€“ she is a fellow cardmaker. Through her, I am hosting a pop-up sale on Facebook Monday, 8/8/16.ย  I will NOT be earning anything from this. Instead, money will be donated to the Kind Campaign to help end bullying.

I have hosted one of these in the past and it was a huge success… earning $800 for the Kind Campaign. And I will be doing more in the future! I just honestly love both the clothing and cause so very much.

You can join and ask questions HERE. There is info there on styles, prices, etc. It is really unique how this sale is run. But it is fun! Head HERE for more info.

OH! And for a chance to win $25 towards a LuLaRoe purchase, head over to the Facebook group. Erin is doing a giveaway there! (My apologies to anyone who does not use Facebook. That is where pop-up shops are held.)

See you there!


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17 thoughts on “Comfort For a Cause! + Giveaway”

  1. I have been hearing a lot about LulaRoe and can’t wait to be able to get my first pair of leggings!! Thanks for sharing and I hope to join in tomorrow!

  2. I just got some leggings at my daughter’s pop-up last night. I look forward to shopping at your pop-up tomorrow., more LuLaRoe and helping a great cause, sounds perfect.

  3. Hi there Jennifer,
    I wanted to let you know that I joined the group on facebook, but then decided to leave the group. The sizes are too small for me. One of the reasons that children get bullied is their size. I never understood that until i had to take medications that caused me to gain so much weight and no amount of dieting, etc, would help. I now understand how these children feel that are judged for this problem. After much soul searching and prayer, I feel like I cannot support a company that does not include heavier women in their lovely clothes. You should see the ugly cheap clothing that i can get in my size. I LOVE the share the kindness cause and I will continue to support it. I love the way you are teaching so many people to love each other and help each other. Please know that this is not a criticism of you personally. The pressure in our society to look a certain way is way out of proportion to reason or kindness. Maybe this happened to me for a reason, so that I would understand. Many many places in public have no place for me to sit. I know this sounds like whining, but it really isn’t. I have an appointment to see a bariatric surgeon soon. I feel so badly for all of the other people out there that have not been able to get their weight under control and feel like there is no hope. I will always love and support the things that you do. God bless you. Hugs, treen

  4. I’m with Treen. How ironic that a fundraiser for bullying excludes some of the very people bullied. I have experience with X size discrimination myself. I won’t be participating either. Very sad considering it would be very simple to include all X sizes. Good luck with your surgery Treen.

  5. I would love to participate. People say the leggings are really small. The thing I hate about the leggings my sister sells is they come in a small woman’s, I’m only 4’6″ tall so they come up under my chest and they are still to long! I have to fold them over. My sister does photography on leather purses. She is amazing at photography. She can also put her photos on leggings. I have a pair that match a purse and the photo is the inside of a kaleidoscope. Someone loved that they matched and I didn’t realize I was also carrying the purse while wearing the leggings. I usually wear a girls size 10/12 in leggings and even then they are to long but they fit better then my sisters. I’m going to check them out more on Facebook under my mom Rose because I don’t have a Facebook account.
    I was horribly bullied from 1st grade till way after high school. I tried to send a post I had written to the Kind site to have it printed but it never showed up on their site. This happened on another site I tried to post on, it wouldn’t post either. If I sent it to you, could you get it posted? I don’t know why it didn’t post but I sent it 3 or 4 times and I kept checking to see it posted but it never posted. Believe me, I am so totally a fan of the Kind site after what I went through in my life. I hope to be a fan of this site too.

  6. I tried to find out sizes and how to join but for some reason I can’t do it. Since it would be under my mom’s name, I don’t know if that would make a difference. I couldn’t see sizes or prices or what anything looks like. I’m lost! Maybe it’s just me. Help?!

  7. I haven’t heard of LulaRoe before (I’m Canadian). I’m curious though. I googled their website but it wasn’t easy to navigate at first attempt – may just be me. Thank you Jennifer for your kindness and shining to reflect Him!

  8. Jennifer, I know for sure that you never intended to make anyone feel bad. You would never never do that. You are one of the kindest people i know and you do so so many kind deeds. Actually, that is one of the reasons that I thought you would really want to hear about this. I really thought hard about saying anything, but then i thought about all of the women who are making do. They don’t even make patterns to fit us so we can make our own clothes. I have to make my own patterns and now i’m not well enough to do that anymore. We cant fix everything at one time, but we can continue to share handmade kindness wherever we go and fight bullying anyway we can. I totally support the forward movement of both of these ideas. I really think they are making a difference. I hope that none of us feel discouraged. That was not my intention at all. Hugs to all, treen

  9. Wish I had not missed this. I have one of their skirts and love it. I am larger and got a XL and it fits great, generous sizing in this material.

  10. Thank you so much for sharing all of the examples! You provided so much inspiration I immediately went in my studio to start creating ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. I’m so glad I found you Jennifer. Your skills and techniques are incredible. I could watch you for hours but then I’d never have time to make cards myself. I hope you keep them coming.

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