I have to say that until I met my blog friend Lori, I was totally unaware of this condition and have learned so much through her because of her sharing about her daughter. I’m so thrilled to be apart of this to help bring awareness and support!
Nineteen caring Sponsors have partnered with us to bring Turner Syndrome Awareness to the Public. For details on how you might win any of these fabulous prizes, please see Lori’s TS home page. Thanks for learning About Turner Syndrome.
Above are eleven caring & creative DT members who are all donating from their own personal websites/blogs to bring awareness to the public as well about Turner Syndrome! (My blog is one you can enter below!)
**Although you don’t have to visit every single place to be eligible for a prize; however, the more places you visit and leave comments, the more of a chance you have to win a prize! (Please see details below on how to enter the prize on my blog here!) And be sure to visit the “It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop page for information on how to become eligible for prizes.**
The card I’ve made for this blog hop uses a few colors from the TS official color board below:
Turner Syndrome and the Butterfly
I have used this gorgeous new digital stamp set from Sparkle N Sprinkle (Sponsoring this blog hop!) called “Ribbons of Love” [DIGI933DE] which was created by my caring blog friend Donna Ellis. I think it’s awesome that you can choose to use the pre-colored versions from the set which I have for my card here. It’s a perfect set to have on hand in multiple colored ribbons that can be used for any cause you like to support! It also has some fantastic sentiments to go with it too! The butterfly was perfect to use for this particular cause!
I have used some pretty papers from my stash for the background and the colors all chosen from the TS color palette! I printed out the image and sentiment together and die cut it with a stitched circle die. For the circle glitter layer behind it, I cut out another cardstock circle layer with some Super Adhesive Sheets [SAS02] over it, peeled off the backing and sprinkled some Gecko MF glitter [GM2045] and burnished it in. Added some blue ribbon with a bow over the papers, attached the circle layers, flowers and pearls. I then took a clear glitter pen and went over the butterfly with it for more shimmer. This was all mounted over a SU! Pacific Point 5×5″ top folding card base.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my card and it has inspired you in some way! Thanks so much for dropping by and taking part in this blog hop with us!
I am happy to be donating this card along with a few others to Lori so that she can use them to help raise funds for this cause as well.
**MY BLOG GIVEAWAY**
If you would like a chance to win a $25.00 Gift Certificate from Amazon, please be sure to add your name along with your e-mail address to the InLinkz below! This way I know who is interested in entering for this particular prize!
The winner will be announced on THIS blog as well as the “It’s A Girl Thing” Turner Syndrome Awareness Inaugural Blog Hop page so be sure to check it out for information and updates about the blog hop and prizes!
Challenges I’d like to support with this card: