Woman celebrates being cancer-free by creating Christmas trees with black mannequins

Woman celebrates being cancer-free by creating Christmas trees with black mannequins

- Eileen Pearsall, a cancer survivor in the US, has made Christmas tree out of black mannequins to celebrate her blessing

- The survivor said that another reason for the Christmas tree was to inspire many black young girls out there

- To show how popular her creation was, it went viral online with massive shares and likes

A cancer-survivor, Eileen Pearsall from Delaware, US, has decided to celebrate her victory in a very different way.

According to Metro, she uses a mannequin to build a different kind of Christmas tree which comes with the shape of a dress.

It should be noted that the pictures of the inventive creation have been shared over 90,000 times online, a thing that Eileen finds really interesting.

She also said that another reason why she came up with the inventiveness was to also inspire black women around the world.

Eileen was diagnosed with cancer in 2018. She added that after she was certified free of the disease, she felt so blessed.

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Eileen created different types of Christmas tree with black mannequins. Photo credit: Metro UK

Eileen created different types of Christmas tree with black mannequins. Photo credit: Metro UK
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“I had also just finished breast cancer treatment and was feeling so blessed. My ultimate goal was to inspire everyone; especially my Angel tree. I was really just feeling the blessing of being cancer-free this year,” she said.

She added that at first, she found the attention the tree generated a bit overwhelming, but later realised that it is an expression that the public wants one.

To show how popular her Christmas trees have become, one of them had over 5,000 likes on Facebook and shared more than 25,000 times with several comments asking how they could get one.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about Elizabeth Amoaa who was in 2015 diagnosed with uterus didelphys, a condition where the female has two separate uterus and cervixes.

Despite the odds stacked against her, Elizabeth gave birth to a baby girl, after years of very painful periods.

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