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Old 10-29-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default I know many of us already love our Spellbinder dies...

...I just want to point out the blog posts about their humanitarian trip to Haiti touched my heart and I'm so glad to support such a company that reaches out to those in need. There's a thread about that in the General Stamping Talk section:


But I thought I'd link it here in the Tools section.

And you can read about their trips on their blog HERE, HERE and HERE.

Thank you, Spellbinders, for sharing the Haitian people's story and for reminding us to think beyond our borders.
~Nina (product designer for Penny Black, Spellbinders and Want2Scrap)
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:42 PM   #2
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Thanks Nina for mentioning the post here in the Tools section. I've heard the story first hand from both Stacey and Kim but reading the story still made me emotional.

I am very proud to be a part of the Spellbinders family. They are generous and caring people and this trip only reinforces that fact. Their experience can be a driving force for all of us to do something for someone less fortunate than ourselves.

It has certainly made me stop and realize that one person can truly make a difference. Look at the difference Stacey and Kim made in the lives of those children. Thanks to both of them for the inspiration.

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