Monday, April 25, 2011

Operation Write Home

Consider helping others by making cards for our solders to write home. Make many or just a few it doesn't matter. Right now Im trying to get things together to make as many as I can. With the other things going on in my life I have to find time even if that means the middle of the nite. Help these Men and Women out please.

From there site:
Supporting our nation's armed forces by sending blank handmade greeting cards to write home on, as well as cards of gratitude to encourage them.
This merry band of thousands of cardmakers is made up of Americans - and citizens of other nations too - who care about our military, and want to support them through creativity and encouragement. Crafters of all ages and levels of experience have participated since 2007...and are on the way to a landmark one MILLION cards!
Care packages filled with hundreds of handmade cards are sent to our contacts, restocking every 6-8 weeks, and are sent in time for the long journey back home to loved ones. Each box is packed with great care, alternating styles, colors, and cardmakers from all over the USA, creating "eye candy" for heroes who see only khaki around them. The topper on each box is a plastic bag filled with 20-30 letters from adults and children across the country, letters handed out especially to those in need of a positive word from the homefront.
Boxes are shipped through every week of the year, so join us anytime in sending your beautiful creations to help our heroes keep in touch with home!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Help Out Andy & Ann Makers of Make The Cut
There is LOTS more work to be done to make MTC even greater! Contribute if you can, this lawsuit has been hard on Ann, Andy and the new baby. They helped us by developing a great product, We got free upgrades, and they had major expenses due to PCrap, now we can show our support for them! Send what you can to show you LOVE ANN and ANDY and free updates!!!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

BREAKING NEWS! The bug has once again bit the hand that feeds it!

 It is reported that about 5 yrs ago a little bug infested craftrooms around the world. At first it was a harmless little pet. Crafters everywhere fell in love with it. Blogs were filled with "tricks" this little bug could do. But then BAM! WHAM! BANG.. This little... bug began to spread its poison. Crafters, if you have allowed this bug into your crafting space... get your spray, quick, clear your blogs, websites, craftrooms of this poisonous bug, before you get attached with it's hidden poison. It first came as a small little baby bug, then came the one that promised to help you create, then came the big one.... it hooked you in by its big expression!. If you see it - squash it!

Sorry about being gone

Other than just being down right tired from my Fibromyalgia, Ive been raising my grandson. He is 4 months old now and up to 14 lbs. At this point he is almost to much for me to handle but one of my other children have been helping. No, his Mom is still around, shes just young and still needs to learn what it means to be a mother. So ya we been fighting alot. I really hope she learns soon. He is such a sweet baby, not a whiner or fussy. He is cutting his first teeth and has a cold like virus right not but you wouldn't know it. Hes a little fussy but that's ok I rock him and he goes right to sleep most the time. He is really a sweetheart.
On another note. To whom ever it is that has been buying Lettering Delights products from my link, thank you so much. I hope you have enjoyed them very much. They also work very well with die cutting machines. I should know, I have lots of them lol...
I hope it has warmed up where you live. Ive been soooo ready for Spring. Love all the flowers coming up. Cant wait to go out in the stroller with my grandson.
Hope you have a great weekend.

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