Helping others… and a giveaway!


Just a few “great-way-to-help-others-out” links… and a fun giveaway.

First, we haven’t recently updated everyone on the kids from our former Card Drives. I wanted to let you know we are in the process of gathering the latest updates on each and will share them with you as soon as we can. I am sad to say we did lose Karli to her battle with the horrible disease. We continue to keep her family in our prayers. However, Kennedy is in remission! So glad to hear. (A big thanks to Michelle for her help with contacting the families.)

I also had mentioned next doing a card drive for the elderly. This is still in the plans for this summer. For those who volunteered to help, I have you on a list and will contact you. (We do plan to return to collecting cards for kids in the future.)

In the meantime, you can still do good with your cards! Please be sure to check out my friend Heather‘s card drive… a Card Drive for James.

This little boy could use our encouragement! Heather is also offering great prizes for those who send in cards.

My dear friend, Kristina, has started a new site called Caylin’s Cure.

This fundraiser is in honor of Kristina’s gorgeous daughter Caylin, who was diagnosed on March 2, 2011 at age 5 with type 1 diabetes. My brother also has this insulin-dependent diabetes – it is a horrible challenge in life. I hope you will check out her site and see what you can do to help. She also has great prizes… and many GREAT ones are coming soon.

I have another great way for you to help a good cause… and shop at the same time!

Lawn Fawn will be donating 20% of profits from May 1-7 to the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization. Kelly, the owner of Lawn Fawn, lost her grandmother to breast cancer and her mom is a two time survivor. This also hits home with me – my Grandma beat breast cancer at a young age and lived to 100. We must beat this cancer! So, head over to Lawn Fawn and do some shopping. πŸ™‚

Next, I have a little housekeeping to do.

Remember me telling you all about the fun event called True Scrap? It was a huge success – so much fun! Well, if you were one of those folks who signed up for the event through my link, I promised a private video after class. I have emailed everyone who had emailed me with some information. If you did not get this email and did sign up with my link, please email me ASAP. Don’t want to miss anyone! And if you didn’t get to do True Scrap, you can still get all the videos HERE. It was fun!

Now… how about a giveaway!?
My dear friend, Britta Swiderski, recently released a e-book called No-Stress Distress Inks. This class is great. There is a ton of information in the class, along with video and many perks. You can find out more about it HERE. (By the way, Britta is a young thing – a college student. LOVE seeing those younger gals scrapbook!) For a chance to win a free copy of this e-book and such, just leave a comment by Tuesday night.

Have a great weekend…

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186 thoughts on “Helping others… and a giveaway!”

  1. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize. Also a big thank you for keeping everyone aware of such good causes and how they can make a difference.

  2. I always feel terrible for those kids with such horrible diseases. I am glad that you do something to help cheer them up.
    I would love to win the e-book..thanks for a chance to win.

  3. Hi Jennifer, have to stop and say your an awesome person I’m sure you hear that often πŸ™‚
    Your very giving, you give inspiration in Art and in the Heart. thank you for that. I love your work and have learned so much from you.
    thank you also for the chance to win the distress ink’s lessons buh bye πŸ™‚

  4. Love working with Distress Inks and love refering to books for inspiration. It sounds like an awesome match!

  5. The book looks great. I have a bunch of distress inks but always know what to do with them.

  6. Seems like a very interesting book, lots of fun possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win. Also thanks for the information about cards for kids and also for the possibility of cards for the elderly.

  7. I think Distress is my middle name and I’d love to get my hands on this ebook!

  8. Wow I would SO LOVE to win this ebook because I LOVE my distress inks and would love to learn new techniques or ways to use them!!

  9. Wow – I always love to learn new techniques – I’m very interested in this Distress book!!

  10. I am so so sad to hear about Karli. Thanks for the links to the other card drives. Love doing just a little to make other people smile πŸ™‚

  11. Never tried an e-book before, but this one looks really fun! Thanks for the chance πŸ™‚

  12. I am a huge fan of distress inks mostly due to taking classes from you Jennifer. The book sounds like fun though – I’d love a copy!

  13. Please count me out of your sweet giveaway – I just wanted to say how deeply sorry I am to hear of Karli’s passing.

  14. Love the idea of this book. Especially if I’m still a little intimidated about using distress inks. Thanks so much for the chance to win such a great book.

    God Bless.

    x0, Damaris

  15. I am not very adventurist using my inks and I am definitely NOT using them to their pontential. I would love to win this!

  16. This is great! I am a young thing too. I just graduated from college. I hope now that I am making a little money, I will be able to spend more time making cards and blessing others. πŸ™‚

  17. This is great! I am a young thing too. I just graduated from college. I hope now that I am making a little money, I will be able to spend more time making cards and blessing others. πŸ™‚

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