Chalmette, LA, USA – March 2, 2021 – Autism Sunday is an event observed annually on the second Sunday of February, and the DecoExchange has released a new puzzle piece-themed wreath tutorial to lend their support. Additionally, April is National Autism Awareness Month, with World Autism Awareness Day taking place on April 2, 2021, making this tutorial’s timing ideal to complete it in time to observe these holidays.
The Autism Society of America says that “while there is currently no known single cause of autism, early diagnosis helps a person receive the support and services that they need, which can lead to a quality life filled with opportunity. This is why raising awareness of the disability is so essential.”
At the heart of DecoExchange is the core value that they use their influence, knowledge, and community to impact the world positively. Teaching while also inspiring others to donate and help out is one of the many things that make the wreath-making community great. “We can’t fix the world by ourselves, but if we inspire five people to do something good – those people will go out and inspire others,” says Cofounder Parker Stelly.
Founders Damon Oates and Parker Stelly run DecoExchange, an online organization with a crafting community of over 270,000 Facebook followers. The community raises money for good causes while educating creators and crafters in the process on how to create and sell a handmade product. DecoExchange provides wreath supplies, designer wreaths, and they teach designers how to turn their creative hobby into a business.
The Puzzle Piece Wreath is a large and festive wreath with poufs, bows, and ribbon tails to help bring awareness about Autism. The free tutorial can be found at http://bit.ly/3kmHWPf.
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Founded by Damon Oates and Parker Stelly, DecoExchange is an organization that leverages its crafting community of over 300,000 Facebook followers to raise money for a good cause while educating creators and crafters in the process on how to create and sell handmade products. (https://howtomakewreaths.com)
Check out other DecoExchange wreaths at https://www.etsy.com/shop/DecoExchange.