Happy World Cardmaking Day! Today is a day filled with fun & crafting, and I am so excited to be joining in on all the festivities! Today Pinkfresh Studio is revealing a very special stamp & die set called Share Cheer that is available for purchase now!
When you purchase this set, 100% of the net profits will benefit UNICEF. I myself have been supporting UNICEF with a monthly donation for almost 15 years and I applaud Pinkfresh Studio for organizing this campaign! UNICEF helps children and operate in more countries than any other humanitarian organization. They work in 190 countries and territories, the world's toughest places to reach children and young people in greatest need. You can learn more about what they do here.
The Share Cheer stamp and die set is only available in a set for $30. Discount codes are not valid due to the charitable nature, including the Welcome 10 discount.
The second part of the Share Cheer campaign is a Holiday Card Drive benefiting The Holiday Project, which is local to Pinkfresh Studio Headquarters in Houston, Texas. Pinkfresh Studio would love for you to send some holiday themed cards to them, and they will personally deliver each card they receive to The Holiday Project! The Holiday Project needs about 3000 cards this holiday season, so let's put our best foot forward and make a dent in that number! Share your card drive projects through the link list at the bottom of the Pinkfresh Studio blog post, and then physically send them to:
11261 Richmond avenue, Suite #G108
Houston, TX 77082
All of us in this blog hop created a card with this gorgeous set! Here is mine:
I've incorporated my love of color and patterned paper in this one. I hope you like how it turned out!
The spirit of this campaign is about giving and we really hope that those who are able will purchase this adorable stamp/die set for a good cause. But PFS also wants to be giving as well, so they are going to do 7 giveaways of holiday themed stamp sets! They will draw 4 of the winners from all of the blog comments and 3 of them from the Card Drive link-up. So, by commenting and creating you have the chance to win one of the following sets:
- Squirrel Friends
- Joy & Cheer
- Simple Joy
- Magical Christmas
- Happy Holidays
- Train Ride
- Home for the Holidays
The winners will be posted on Sunday, October 21st on the PFS Giveaway page. You must check that page and claim your prize within 2 weeks. Please note that the Card Drive link will stay up until November 30th for those who want to participate BUT will not be eligible for the giveaways after October 21.
Alright, that's a whole lot of text but I hope you read it through because it's all important information :).
Since I am the last stop in this blog hop, from here you go back to the Pinkfresh Studio blog. However, I'm attaching the blog hop list below for your convenience!
I hope you enjoyed this hop and love this beautiful stamp as much as I do!
Thanks for stopping by today, I wish you a wonderful day!
Cute card! I love the way you used the background paper to highlight the adorable stamp!ReplyDelete
This is so sweet & pretty, Zsoka! Love you you've colored the image!ReplyDelete
Just love those tiny touches of papier piecing!ReplyDelete
A delicate, elegant card.ReplyDelete
Love the soft background and
the wonderful coloring of the
ornament. thanks for sharing
Super beautiful and colorful card!! So fun :) And I love your background! :)ReplyDelete
I love your pretty background on your beautiful Card! The colors remind me of the holidays!ReplyDelete
Your coloring is FABULOUS! I love this image!ReplyDelete
So pretty! Love your beautiful card and the colors you used! Awesome project! Love the Share Cheer stamp set!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and dreamy card!ReplyDelete
This is so cute! Love that there are so many colors, and that the background looks like snow! Perfect.ReplyDelete
This is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
your colorful card makes me feel like singing Christmas carols!! Just adorable.ReplyDelete
Pretty bacground. Stunning card <3ReplyDelete
Your card is so festive and bright and the bow and background perfectly complement it. Thanks for sharing your creativity.ReplyDelete
I love this stamp set, it is beautiful, fun, and thought provoking all in one amazing set! I also love that it will benefit UNICEF, that's always a plus for me and yep I purchased the set as soon as I saw the PFS blog post for it. Your card is beautiful, I love how you incorporated the patterned paper for the background as well as the bow and her cuffs, very cool card! #ShareCheer (firstname.lastname@example.org)ReplyDelete
Your card is beautiful! I love how you colored the image and that background is so fun. :)ReplyDelete
I love your card! The colouring is great and the background lovely. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card. Love the background you choose, complements your beautiful coloring.ReplyDelete
Great card! You chose a perfect background paper, as it looks like snow falling. Also like how you used a patterned paper for the bow.ReplyDelete
What a fresh and wonderfully happy card! Fabulous inspiration!ReplyDelete
Wow! What a great way to celebrate the World Cardmaking Day!!!ReplyDelete
Fantastic Campaign! I'm totally in love for your gorgeous card!!! Beautiful colors!!!
That’s such a lovely card ! Thanks for sharing. Love, MarjorieReplyDelete
This card is just fun! The patterned background makes it even prettier and I love this stampReplyDelete
Beautiful card! The paper piecing of the cuffs and the bow is particularly sweet. Something about that just makes me happy. Thanks for sharing and supporting these great charities!ReplyDelete
Very cheerful!! I love the bright colors of your card. Thanks for supporting UNICEF and the World Card Making Day!!ReplyDelete
Very pretty colors you used. I love how you colored the nails in like nail polish with little white spots on them too.ReplyDelete
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