Saturday, April 10, 2010

I Promise, it is Super Easy

What is easy? See below! It would appear that I am back into bows these days. For this string of buttons, I used a needle and crochet string and strung them before adhering them to the card.

Okay, remember the April challenge for Elle's Studio? Create some wonderful cards, print out this packing slip, and mail your cards to Operation Write Home. Easy Peasy. For each card you send in, you will be entered in a drawing for a $30 shopping at my favorite ...Elle's Studio of course. By the way, Elle's new line is launching this month!!!!! So if I were you I would be sending those cards in. Oh, and Operation Write Home is a fantastic organization. They send handmade cards to deployed troops, so that our troops will have beautiful cards to send home to their loved ones. What an amazing journey for one of your handmade creations! Whatever you do, DO NOT USE GLITTER OF ANY SORT PLEASE.

So to show you what an easy process this is, I took pictures! First I clicked on THIS LINK and printed out the packing slip. I filled it out and clipped the mailing address that was closest to my home, in my case that is the Washington address. I recycled a mailing envelope and glued the mailing address they provided. I went through my stack of cards and selected about 15 that I thought would be perfect and of course they don't have any glitter. By the way, seems like I use a lot of glitter on my cards.


All I need to do now is send from the post office. I plan on doing this on Monday.



That cute wood grain packing tape is from Tapeswell! Couldn't resist.



4 comments:

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [10 Apr 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Jenny said...

Great card!! I love OWH!! :) Come check out the sponsored challenge I just posted on my blog... hope you will come play!

Babydoll said...

Now, that's a great idea!! So sweet! :)

tina... said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! We can never give enough love to those who support the troops!