Worth Checking Out + GIVEAWAY
Hello! Just stopping by to share some awesome things my friends have created. I highly encourage you to check them out – they each have videos, are incredible, and support the Share Handmade Kindness Challenge. Oh – and I have an awesome giveaway!
(1.) Julie Ebersole – When I started this challenge, I only asked a few people if they wanted to participate. (I just prayed others would jump in!) However, I asked Julie to play since her energy and heart fit perfect with the challenge. I adore what Julie shares in this quick video. She uses the new Hero Arts Acts of Kindness Stamp Set and makes it shine. (She also talks about a kindness package I sent her… I will show that here on my blog soon.) Please head HERE to see her great work and video… and please leave her a kind comment!
(2.) Carissa Wiley – I also asked Carissa to play along with this week’s challenge to share with folks who work/serve/help in our community. Carissa is a nurse (so awesome) and a great cardmaker, so I knew she would be a perfect fit. Her cards are delightful and the tips in her video are inspiring. You can head HERE to see her cards and video and leave her some love. Also, be sure to go HERE to see a great kindness giveaway!
(3.) Kelly Latevola – I smiled ear to ear when I saw this happy card by my happy friend Kelly. It is another great example of how to use the Hero Arts Acts of Kindness Stamp Set. So very happy. Be sure to HERE to see Kelly’s post and leave some kind words. Also, look around her blog – she does a great job showcasing fellow artists. Genius.
(4.) PoppyandMintDesign Print – When I decided to do this Share Handmade Kindness Challenge, I hired a bunch of amazing lettering artists to create kindness quotes. One of the artists I picked was Molly of Poppy and Mint Design. She created this masterpiece of a favorite Mother Teresa quote. She is now selling the image as a download with 50% of the money going to the Kind Campaign. Woot! I printed the quote on a card and foiled it with my Minc machine for the example above. I plan to make a set of these to give as teacher gifts this year.
I have a great giveaway today – a $50 gift certificate to Ellen Hutson! Ellen one of the kindest people I know and has been very supportive of the Share Handmade Kindness Challenge. Thank you, Ellen!
For your chance, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 11/18/15 telling me if you are making and/or sending Christmas/holiday cards this year. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected, contacted, and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too!)
Good luck and see you soon.