Friday, March 7, 2008

In the Cards

Here are some cards we made at a recent Chi Omega Alumnae meeting for donation to the Ronald McDonald House in the Cleveland Area. You may already know that the program provides temporary housing for families with seriously ill children who are being treated in nearby hospitals. The cards will be available for use by residents to keep in touch with their loved ones while they are staying at the Ronald McDonald House. I designed the cards for us to make, although a few were inspired by the creations others.

As a Chi Omega, philanthropy is a top priority. As an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I appreciate their commitment to community service as well.

"An important part of our mission at Stampin' Up! is to make a difference in people's lives by helping them develop their creativity in a way that can strengthen personal relationships as well. Our partnership with RMHC is a valuable part of that commitment." ~ Shelli Gardner, Stampin' Up! cofounder and CEO


The one above was desgined by my upline, Joan Lieb - she's really good!
The one above was CASEd from a swap at the 2007 Stampin' Up! Convention on Denver Colorado...
the one above was a project from Stampin' Up! Regional Training in Minneapolis 2006...
Note: Not all materials used in the cards are available through Stampin' Up! If you are interested in the details of any card, please contact me for more information. Visit my Demonstrator Business Web Site for more about Stampin' Up!


Tammy said...

They're all fabulous, Connie! I didn't even realize that birdhouse stamp was gone from my shelves! Those cards will mean so much to so many people! Great job!

Faerie Mom said...

These are wonderful cards. Great job! I wish I had the talent to make things like this!

Anita Kurtz said...

Great cards Connie! Sounds like a fun night out - and others benefit as well!