ello everyone! I missed you all! Yeap true…I love to be in touch with my fellow crafters as much as I can. I enjoy sharing and listening about the life updates..birthdays..graduations..all the trimmings. But you know who needs helps doing that? Our wonderful soldiers! Yes. Our Boys and Gals that are deployed all over the world. Sometimes these men and woman are in places that is very hard or far away from anywhere they can pick up a sweet card and send a quick little note home. Luckily our Armed forces have OPERATION WRITE HOME (OWH). OWH is a non profit organization that send special boxes filled with cards to soldiers all over the world. How can you help OWH keep the good deed going? Making cards!!! Yes! OWH angels receive tons of hand made cards from crafters all over the world then check and organize cards to be sent out to our soldiers.
Now we would love for you to join us to help OWH. We though would be an amazing fun to do a blog hop to inspire you! Design Teams from Paper Temptress, Oozak and Color me Creative Class will join together in one amazing Card drive HOP. The fun just gets better! You can join in by making a project (following OWH – size and safety guidelines), entering a picture of the project on the hop inlinkz (One project linked per person please) then mailing the project to us. We will loooove if you could send as many as you can by November, 7th (we will screen and send all to OWH) . You could win super prizes from amazing super generous sponsors!!! YES!! You do a good deed and you also can win a sweet gift!!!
Just as a initial idea I created the little card above following OWH guidelines. Amazing quality paper and NO glitter. Everything is super duper glued so it will resist battlefront conditions.
Stay tuned our OWH Hop Card drive will happen on OCTOBER 2nd!
THANK YOU to our sponsors!!!
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Cannot wait to see you lovely project!!!!!!!!
I am sure you will create amazing cards for the soldiers!
Paper Temptress Ruche paper (amazing texture), column paper and marble paper. The ribbon is also from PT! I also used copic paper, copic markers and Gloss accents for an extra texture on the sentiment (studio G).