2nd Annual Hope You Can Cling To Card Drive

image Splitcoaststampers is proud to partner with the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center for our second annual Hope You Can Cling To card drive to benefit those affected by breast cancer.

Whether your stamps cling to acrylic, wood, or to your hard drive, they hold the power to convey hope and lift the spirits of anyone who sees what you create with them. That is the inspiration for our "Hope You Can Cling To" stamping campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

We are extremely grateful to our sponsors for this event, and we encourage you to visit them here and thank them for their support of this fantastic cause.

To thank you for stamping with us we have fantastic prizes provided by our partners that you can read more about here.

We have three challenges for you today in our Hope You Can Cling To Challenge Forum and there will be a new challenge each day. What better way to spend World Card Making Day than to stamp a card for hope? We look forward to stamping with you!

Posted by: Understandblue on Oct 01, 11 | 6:00 am


this sounds like somthing I would like to be part of.

cecilia | Sep 12, 11 | 2:10 pm


This sounds great! Any way to get an e-mail reminder?? I flake out and would rather not miss it. . . Mahalo nui!

Goodly Creations | Sep 12, 11 | 7:19 pm


Already have my blinkie posted... ;)

Crafty Math Chick | Sep 12, 11 | 8:26 pm


It was great fun last year. Count me in! I now know someone that will be undergoing a procedure at MD Anderson soon. More reason to participate.

susie nelson | Sep 12, 11 | 9:55 pm


Lydia, this is such an awesome card drive. A cause so close to my heart. Thanks for organizing this again for us.

Kathy | Sep 12, 11 | 10:16 pm


As a breast cancer survivor, you have touched my heart, and made my spirit soar! How wonderful! Thank you!

Cindy Daversa | Sep 13, 11 | 9:28 am


I like to be informed regarding this challenge.

Nancy Larson | Sep 13, 11 | 12:11 pm


I too would like to participate in this but I need more details as to exactly how it works.

Stampdujour | Sep 20, 11 | 11:59 am


Hi Stampdujour! If you click the link in the story above it will take you to the challenge forum, where there is an FAQ thread and some other info. Hope you can join us!!

Understandblue | Sep 20, 11 | 12:00 pm


So happy to be able to participate in this awesome project. Is a pleasure to donate some nice prizes for a great cause.

Amber Shaw | Sep 28, 11 | 10:25 am


I hope to join in on this challenge. It was so much fun last year. Thanks for being the hostess, Lydia.

Bev Barton | Sep 28, 11 | 12:23 pm


It was lots of fun to make a different card each day for a great cause. I met lots of nice ladies in the challenge. Thanks Lydia for all your hard work. Looking forward to it again.

Connie Jones | Sep 28, 11 | 5:19 pm


I'm so happy to see SCS turning pink today!

Toni Storie | Oct 01, 11 | 2:25 pm


I hope to join in on thisI know how horrible it is to have a loved one going. through this ordeal. Ines

4 ats Lady(Ines) | Oct 04, 11 | 3:29 am


Is there a spot there tells what kind of cards you are wanting? Thanks!

Gina E | Oct 06, 11 | 4:28 pm


Hi Gina!! If you click the link in the story it will take you to our challenge forum. There is an FAQ thread there that should answer your questions. I'd love to have you play along!

Understandblue | Oct 06, 11 | 4:33 pm


I just wanted to say Thank you. i am a 6 1/2 year breast cancer survivor, and it just moves me when I see how much caring there is in the crafting community. xo

Cindy Daversa | Oct 11, 11 | 6:17 am


yay.. this is awesome, I am headed over to check out the details now,, Thank you

Elizabeth Brewer | Oct 14, 11 | 10:43 am


I'm a 2 1/2 year Breast Cancer Survivor - I'd love to participate...does this last the whole month of October?

Barb Turpin | Oct 17, 11 | 12:29 pm


Hi Barb!

Yes, it does, and the upload deadline for all challenges is November 7th. :)

I hope you can join us!

Understandblue | Oct 17, 11 | 12:30 pm


I am a survivor....8 years!! I want to participate!

Sandi Plotner | Oct 19, 11 | 11:19 am


this is great.

tammy bess | Oct 19, 11 | 11:19 am


Awesome!I'm a survivor of cancer...praise God!

Lisa Meeker | Oct 19, 11 | 12:13 pm


Please let me know what I can do to help.

Valerie Crider | Oct 19, 11 | 12:40 pm


I love this idea. The quilt guild I use to belong to made special pillows for cancer patients to be confortable. The pillow was sorta shaped like a bone.

nda looked like a bone.

Teresa Covert | Oct 20, 11 | 12:29 pm


love your site,lots of great information.step mom has cancer and looking not so good but she is hanging in there ,thank you lord,

teresa kelly | Oct 21, 11 | 6:27 am



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