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Happy Thursday, all! For today's challenge, we are going to Share the Love. So what does that mean? Quite simply, you need to make a card and send it someone you don't know to lift their spirits. Since different charitable organizations have different rules, that's the only restrictions for today's challenge - make a card and send it to someone (or some place) you don't know.
If you need ideas, there are LOTS of them. Here are a few to get you started (in no particular order):
While it's not October, you can always send to UT MD Anderson Cancer Center. You can see their "rules" HERE.
Don't forget to include where your card will be headed, and we can keep adding to this list. Be sure to include WT479 in your keyword, so that we can see All the Love in the Gallery of Love.
My sample is digital, so that I can make many. Please feel free to download it to print and send it yourself!
Fun to have a good reason to make boy cards - I now only have one younger nephew with the others in their teens. Since I have quite a few blank-inside cards saved for her, these 2 will be going to Cole's Foundation via hotwheels here on SCS, for me to get better value from international postage .
Thanks for such a great challenge, Michelle . Double the value when we can have fun creating AND know that our cards are going to a good cause.
Location: Where the corn is knee high by the 4th of July
Great challenge! I chose to make a card (and I will probably make another) for the Ronald McDonald House. I am sooo glad the WT479 led me to the C4AC, which I didn't know existed. I enjoy making and sharing cards with others who need them, and hope to participate in the monthly challenges.
I am sending this to UT Anderson Cancer Center in honor of my DH who is recovering well from colon cancer surgery done this spring. I used SU's Fishy Friends, and Sizzix's Snowburst ef for my background, which I sponged with greens, yellow and light brown. Here's Best Fishes
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