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VIEW THE GALLERY FOR THIS CHALLENGE HERE
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View the Hope You Can Cling To Master ChallengeThread HERE
1. All Hope You Can Cling To Challenge Entriesmust be uploaded to the Hope You Can Cling To Gallery , with the specific challenge keyword, no later than November 7th, 2012at 12:00 Noon Central Time to be eligible for our fabulous prizes! Post a linkto your entry in this thread.
2. You may not combine challenges, but you arewelcome to create multiple cards for each challenge.
3. Please remember to put in the correct keywordwhen uploading your image. Copying and pasting the challenge keyword isrecommended to avoid typos.
4. Please package all challenge entries with anenvelope, protected with a clear plastic bag and mail them to our partner atthe UT MD Anderson Cancer Center to benefit patients being treated for breastcancer and their family. We would like for them to receive cards throughout themonth of October, but we understand if you'd like to mail all your cards at once.
5. Since these cards will be used by visitors forpatients, most should be blank inside, but feel free to send cards withmessages of hope for the patients in addition to your challenge cards!
The Department of Volunteer Services – Unit 115
Attn: Maggi Suttles
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard
Houston, TX 77030
(Please note - because MD Anderson is part ofthe State of Texas, they ask that no religious sentiments be used on cards sentto the Cancer Center)
Thank you for participating in this card drive!
A big thank you from the bottom of my ♥ for my sample makers, luvlee, cook22, and Emma F
Help me, please. I'm trying to figure out how I'm to ship a treat container, including the treat, in a bubble wrap envelope without smashing. How about the envelope and the clear envelope? I'm guessing I'm to eliminate the conventional envelope and use a zip lock bag for the treat box?
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Brenda. what if you put thin cardboard aka chipboard ( think empty cereal, cracker, tissue box thin cardboard) on the inside of an padded envelope?
My box I have been filling is so full I have to look for something flat to make, Im thinking maybe a teabag holder type thing some how. ( plus it may not smoosh in the mail)
I think I'm going to go to the gym and work out (kick out the frustration), then get groceries. I'll purchase a tin of mints, or something like that, glam it up, and hope it survives the shipping. I've searched everywhere for something that would protect the project. The best I can find is a stampin' up plastic container. I've already sent three envelopes of cards. Not a box. Live and learn-- I'll know better next year.
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__________________ Mary ~~ Proud Fan Club Member ~~ QFTD #152 CC Guest Design Team Member for October 2012 & August 2013 2014 CAS Spring Design Team Member Brand Spankin' New SU Consultuant "You're never fully dressed without a smile" - Annie
After deciding what to make for this challenge, I was having issues getting the silver part in. I decided to use silver tiny glass marbles...Well...they don't always work great.
Thanks for this challenging challenge. I had fun!
Here is my Treat Holder
Hi everyone, I'm at work so I'm sorry I'm having a hard time being here and answering you questions
Interesting question on mailing the treats, I've treats mailed from MI to both OR and TX in a bubble envelope and my nieces have never reported a problem with the treats. Now granted I usually do something like a hershey bar, a kit kat, or my personal fall back - ghiradelli.
Had a time figuring out a treat holder that would survive the trip....but I've been wanting to make these teabag holders for awhile now....so much fun, I may make them for the kids at work for Christmas....thx for the fun challenge