Megan made these cuts for a local hospital waiting room. She hopes that the fall colors may help the wait go a little faster.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Megan made these cards for Wounded Warriors and they will be given out at Walter Reed Hospital. She has spent months making cards for the troops and only some are in this picture. Her annual lemonade stand for charity raised $6975 for the Wounded Warrior Project. Since Megan was a New York Yankees HOPE week 2011 honoree and they made her the beautiful lemonade stand to continue her charity work, she was invited by the Staten Island Yankees to be at the Richmond County ballpark on Sunday, June 15. Thanks to the generous Staten Island Yankees, the New York Yankees and all of the generous people who supported this endeavor. We hope the Wounded Warrior Project can use these funds to continue their amazing work. Remember to always support our troops. Thank you all to those who have served, we owe you our gratitude. Children like Megan would never get the opportunities for education and medical care in some other countries, and we thank you for supporting and fighting for those rights that allow people like Megan to a decent life and to learn to help others in whatever way she can.
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Megan belongs to the Manresa Council Columbiettes in Staten Island. Each year they have a charity tea which raises money for local charities. This year, Megan once again used the Cricut to make the favors to help decorate the tables. Each year she picks a different theme- this year was butterflies. She started in January and made 117 butterflies- each with several layers. She then used lots and lots of bling to finish the butterflies.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Richmond County Ballpark (4 p.m. game Staten Island Yankees vs. Brooklyn Cyclones)
welcomes Megan Ajello's Lemonade Stand.
This year all funds go to the Wounded Warriors.
Megan Ajello is a New York Yankee HOPE week honoree - 2011.
Megan below is using the Explore to make this card above.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Megan made this card for a lovely young lady who was getting married in Japan. Although it is impossible to capture the bride's beauty, Megan attempted to portray the happy couple and thought cherry blossoms would complete the picture.