Thursday, July 25, 2013

7/25 Cards for Crisis Nursery Part One

 

I made a commitment earlier this year that my customers and down line would provide 400 thank you cards a year to Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery. Crisis Nursery works to end child abuse and neglect and create strong, healthy families. They support families in crisis 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They send thank you cards to hundreds of volunteers and donors throughout the year and that is where we come in! Above you can see the 20 shoe boxes, each of which contained 11 card sets ready to be stamped and assembled. 10 cards were donated and the eleventh card went home with the person who assembled it as a thank you. Below are pictures of all the cards we made.










 
I will share 10 more cards that we created tomorrow along with additional pictures of the Thank You Card Project volunteers.
 

My daughters Karel and Kasey were among the volunteers making cards for Crisis Nursery. It was fun stamping with them! Have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by Stamping to Share!

 
 

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3 comments:

Donna said...

I think what you are doing is awesome and how fun to have your daughter's helping you. Your stamping room looks fabulous!

The cards are all beautiful and I'm sure they will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for sharing all that you do.

Susan Smith said...

What a terrific way to give back to your community. Thanks for sharing the cards and ideas. Keep up the great work.

Honey Forehand said...

WOW! That is no small undertaking! Thank you for doing that. Being born and raised in MN, every time I hear something like this it makes me a little prouder to be from such a great state :) Keep up the great work and when I get back stateside I just might hit you up to see how I can help (I'm currently a military spouse overseas, but hubby is getting ready to retire).