Cards are like sharing love the love through the mail, especially with beautiful handmade cards made with love and care.
Diane Rasch is happily (and quite busily) providing that love to the community through her creative work with her business, Heartfelt Tidbits of Creativity. The business, started in 2013, began with cards sold locally. Today, Heartfelt Tidbits of Creativity has expanded to include sweet hand-crafted gifts as well as cards.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is honored and delighted to feature Rasch’s products in our BEST Superhero Shoppe Online. Proceeds support BEST’s work and programs for the brain injury community and those who are interested in brain health and wellness.
Rasch’s work is also currently featured in dozens of shops across the United States.
Now that’s a LOT love being shared.
Even better? New shops are coming into the fold on a steady basis.
Her personal and business theme and message are straightforward.
“Heartfelt Tidbits of Creativity was founded on art that speaks from the heart, and about loving and honoring each other,” says Rasch.
It is that very message that captures the spirit and imagination of the community; along with Rasch’s warm smile, kindness, determination and deep passion for her work that naturally draws businesses and customers alike.
Rasch is busy fulfilling orders and pursuing other forms of her favorite creativity. When she is not creating, she’s checking in with shop owners and scouting new locations for her work.
She has also participated in multiple local community art shows over the years with her multi-media collage artwork.
And of course, she enjoys spending time with her loving husband John, beloved children and grandchildren and dear friends.
Despite all the excitement with her art and making her dreams reality, Rasch is mindful. She is a brain injury survivor. She works just as hard at taking care of herself and supporting fellow survivors. It’s important to her to practice self-care, along with caring for others and spreading the message of brain injury awareness through her personal story and journey forward.
“I received a thank you card back for the birthday card I sent,” shares Rasch. “There was a handwritten note that said how much that card meant to that person. They told me it was the only birthday card they got.”
“I felt so moved by this response, I just cried. This really touched me; therefore, I just love getting into making cards.”
Everything Rasch does is part of her plan to continue to send a positive message and touch the lives of others.
She is passionate about with her quest of encouragement, kindness and special hugs of love through her personal life and work across communities, near and far.
“Encouragement can change someone’s day or life. And kindness. Kindness is huge!”