Tuesday, January 24, 2012

January 24 Cards 4 Kids Valentine Blog Hop



Hi, everyone! Welcome to the Cards for Kids Valentines Day Blog! If you have come from [insert previous blog name and link here], you're in the right place. If you're just joining us, please go to Faith Abigail's blog at http://www.faithabigaildesigns.com/ and start at the beginning.

Valentine's Day is the perfect time to show someone how much you love them. So this year, let's send a little love to those that need it most!

Each of us has created a Valentine's Day card for a sick child and we're asking you to do the same! Simply, create a Valentine's Day card, link it to this blog entry (link-up will remain open until February 7 at 12:00am) and mail it to:

Faith Abigail
10621 Fuller Ridge Circle
Charlotte, NC 28270

On February 10th, all of the card's will be collected and donated to a local children's hospital. Please include a small message inside your card. Envelopes are not necessary.

Now, what would a blog hop be without prizes! We have some amazing prizes donated by some very talented and generous women and lots of ways to win!

Krystal Andrew @ http://www.gettingcricky.com/ has donated one of beautiful Valentine Stamps sets!


Nicole @ http://thetwinery.com/ has donated The Ultimate Color Sampler Pack featuring fourteen gorgeous colors of twine!


Monique @ http://monkeydoodlecricut.blogspot.com/ has generously donated FIVE of her fantastic Cricut Kits: The Simple Life, Toy Story, The Stampede,  Mom and Me, and Catch a Wave.

All winners will be chosen by random.org. In order to win:

- Be a follower of Faith Abigail Designs @ http://www.faithabigaildesigns.com/ (one entry)
- Like Faith Abigail Designs on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/faithabigaildesigns (one entry)
- Leave a comment on this blog post (one entry)
- Leave a comment on each of the designers blog post (one entry each)
- Post about this blog hop on your blog, website or facebook and link back to this post (one entry each)
- Create a Valentine's Day card, link it to this entry and mail it to the provided address. Please create and link as many projects as you'd like! (TWO entries for each card submitted!)


For my Blog Candy I will draw a random winner for a little goody bag after my Blog Hop this weekend.  In order to win- please leave a comment, become a follower of my blog and enter a card in the Blog Hop Linky and send it to Faith.


All three cards are twisted easel cards which are 4 x 8. Directions The bee and frog are from the Paisley cart.  

I found the little heart pins at Target in $1 section and they can be removed and worn.  

The truck from Boys Will Be Boys.  
Little hearts are leftovers from MS punches I saved in a little jar.  
Also posting this at Shes A Sassy Lady- Valentine challenge
My Craft Spot- Lets Her it for the Boys Challenge 





Thank you for checking out my Cards for Kids Valentine's Day card!  I am last on the list so you are done checking  out all of the wonderful projects that our designers have created!  Hope you will join in and make some cards for these precious kids. 
Also I hope you will come back on the 27th and 28th to help me celebrate my blogaversary with my Cricut Friends.   Would love to see you.  
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33 comments:

  1. These are so absolutely adorable, Suzanne!! Each one is so cute and the details are fabulous!! I still haven't tried a twisted easel but you have inspired me to do so!! I am so happy to be hopping with you today :)

    Lisa
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  2. These are so adorable!!! TFS
    jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
    eschfamily@yahoo.com

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  3. So very cute!!! Great job.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  4. These are so cute! The papers and cuts you have chosen work so perfectly together! Thank you so much for everything you have done. These will definitely put a smile on some children's faces!

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  5. Love your cards!! The colors are so cheerful and happy. Great minds think alike -- we both used a dump truck! (And Marlene too.) Guess we know what little boys love. :) Happy Valentine's Day -- what fun to do a blog hop with you!

    -Jessica

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  6. I think the truck is my favorite!!!!

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  7. Suzanne,

    ADORABLE cards! Love you made Twised Easel Cards. I'm sure the kids will have soo much fun opening these. I'm so glad to be doing this Cards for Kids Valentine's Day Blog Hop with you!

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  8. Wow!! The kids will love these cards...so colorful and fun. Great job. So glad to be in the hop with you today always so much inspiration from your site. TFS Cathie
    www.creativecutterroom.com

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  9. Great cards... I know the children will love them.
    Thanks for playing along at She's S Sassy Lady today.

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  10. All your cards are cute, cute, cute!!!! The frog is my favourite as I'm a huge frog lover/collector, not real ones though, just the cute ones! Thank you for sharing these with us today and I have ended here, so I'm done, :(. Had a lovely time blog hoppin'

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  11. Your cards are so cute! Thanks for sharing the directions for the twisted easel card!

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  12. Love the colors and design!
    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  13. Oh these cards are all so cute! I love them and I know they will warm a sick child's heart! Too sweet! Hi, I am your new follower # 427, come follow me back if you like!

    www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com
    america57@comcast.net

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  14. super cute cards.i love the colors and images.tfs

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  15. Suzanne, your cards are superb! All three are cheerful and bright. I have yet to try a twisted easel card, but it is a new year after all! Thanks for inspiring me!
    :O)
    Jessica
    already a follower

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  16. Suzanne,
    You have made such super cute cards here. With them being easel cards, a child is going to have an even bigger smile on his/her face.
    Charlotte

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  17. Suzanne, your cards are so cute. I love the bee. Thanks for the link to the directions!

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  18. All your cards are super cute. Love those pins you found that the kids can wear. What a wonderful idea! TFS--Pat N.

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  19. Such cute cards, I love the easel card, they kids will have fun with those. Also, the little pins are adorable, I'm going to have to check out my Target for those!

    http://scrappindhilly.blogspot.com
    scrappindhilly at gmail dot com

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  20. Very cute cards! I love that bee on Paisley too!

    amanbains1 at gmail dot com

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  21. Fun cards, the kids will love these. I'm following your blog.

    Smiles Sher
    ShersL84bed@aol.com

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  22. I am a new follower lclass003atgmaildotcom

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  23. I love these cards. Nice work! lclass003atgmaildotcom

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  24. Such cute and colourful cards,they will definitely brighten someone's day!
    Great dump truck and love how you've used up the heart leftovers!Thnaks for joining us at My Craft Spot.
    Jayne x

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  25. ..these cards are so cute and clever.. wtg.. thanks for the opportunity at your candy
    mitz_zee@yahoodotcom ( follower )

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  26. Oh these cards are just sooooo cute. I'm sure the kiddos will love receiving them. Wonderful creations, as always.
    Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  27. Your cards are so cute! And as a mom of two boys I have to say so happy to see you made cards specifically for boys, too. I think boys get forgotten about sometimes because girly stuff is so cute and readily available)!!

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  28. These are just so bright, cheerful and fun - and guaranteed to bring smiles to the children who receive them!
    (Sorry I'm so late in commenting. It was a crazy week!)
    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper

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  29. Lovely cards and kids will enjoy these crafts.

    Valentines day activities

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  30. very very very very.......... cute card design,thanks for this blog
    Corporate Child care in Bangalore

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