World Kindness Day + Caring Hearts Blog HOP

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Hello Friends!! The purpose of this card drive is to collect handmade holiday cards for the elderly that live in nursing homes around the world. Since 2010 we have been bringing joy to many nursing homes throughout the US, Canada and Australia. And this year, we are branching out to the UK! What better way to share our love of card making than to bring joy to others, right? We hope you’ll join us in supporting the card drive. Details for the card drive can be found at: Vera Yates Blog & Jennifer McGuire’s Blog

I created a card that is easy to produce several at a time. I’ve mixed a variety of patterns that all come together without being too overwhelming.

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The Corbel Tree is one of my favorite dies, it can be used in many ways… from glittery goodness to natural and muted tone cards. Check out the Holiday Message Strip stamp set, there are a ton of greetings to use for your holiday cards!

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I’ve created a quick how to video on how this card comes together. You can view it below or on our YouTube channel HERE.

GIVEAWAY!!

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No hop is complete without fun giveaway, right? Simon Says Stamp has generously offering $150 gift card for this hop. All you need to do is visit and leave comment on each blog. Winner will be randomly selected from one of the participant blog. You have till midnight Thursday, 11/17/2016 to leave comment. Winner will be announced on Vera’s blog on Friday, 11/18/2016.
We are the last stop on the hop. I hope you’ve enjoyed the hop today filled with inspiration from all these amazing designers. Enjoy!

  1. The SSS Circle Scribbes BG has made a few appearances on this hop, and it’s fabulous! Love how you used it on this card as well.

  2. The combinations of patterns is so inspiring! Sometimes I’m afraid to mix things together like that but you’ve done it beautifully! Thanks for sharing!

  3. I have thoroughly enjoyed this blog hop!!! I have found so much inspiration and I can’t wait for my off week from work so I can dive into some happy, crafty time!

  4. What a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing it and thanks for all the wonderful products you sell. Can’t seem to get enough of them.

  5. I really do love these blog hops! It reminds me of all the things I saw when browsing the website, and creating a need to purchase! That Christmas tree die is now A need not a want. not to mention this is a really great giveaway! Thanks

  6. This is a great initiative. I’m now getting started with card making but I can’t wait to get involved in the caring hearts card drive!

  7. I LOVE, Love, love this card!! It is just awesome. Would not have considered creating the background and then raising the die cute for a better view…like I said it’s lovely.

  8. I think the Caring Hearts Card Drive is a great way of showing kindness to others. I will be mailing out my cards next week! :)

  9. I love this design for a card! I’m always worried I get to much going on with my cards but this flows so nice together. It’s so fun to see all the fellow crafters ideas! I can’t wait to get homeca getca few more cards made before I have to send mine cards out for the drive.

  10. The blog hop was amazing. Thanks for being so generous with your prize! Beautiful card. All the artists did a fabulous job!

  11. Completely dazzled by beautiful Christmas tree card you’ve shared here, made all the more special and heart-warming because of its ‘essence’ in bringing joy to those who live in seniors’ residences and nursing homes. Your willingness to share your gifts – the cards AND your creativity – is extraordinary! Angels do walk the earth; you are one…as are the other designers who shared their inspiration with us for this hop! Feeling joy…
    ~carol

  12. I love this card and watching how you created it! Thank you for such an amazing opportunity for a generous prize. I couldn’t however figure out how to post a comment on Amy Lee’s blog. I did comment on everyone else.

  13. I love how much dimension this card has, from the die cut, as well as the stamped background and patterned papers.
    Great video :-)

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