It’s time for another fun challenge here at Send a Smile 4 Kids and this week our theme is Cute Fall or Halloween Card 4 Kids. You may wonder why we are encouraging you to make this type of card this early. It is because we would like to encourage you to consider sending in your cards for our kids who are inpatient in children’s hospitals over the Halloween holiday. We need to receive them early enough to get them to the 8 children’s hospitals we now serve in time for the holiday. You do not have to send in your cards to participate in our challenges, but our kids would sure love it if you did! And please remember- no tombstones or scary Halloween cards- keep them fun and appropriate for children of any age.
We have three very generous sponsors this week so you have three chances to win a random prize! Whimsy Stamps is giving their winner 5 digis of their choice! Crackerbox Palace’s prize is a $15 gift certificate! And Clear Dollar Stamps is also giving their random winner a $15 gift certificate! TEAM S.A.S will be choosing their favorite cards for our top three and the winners will receive a blog badge and an opportunity to be a guest design team member on a future challenge.
Now for some great inspiration, here are the cards created by TEAM S.A.S for this challenge. To visit any of their blogs or to go to our sponsor’s websites, just click on any of the names.
Karen P.'s Cards
Karen H.'s Cards
Awesome cards as always from our wonderful design team! You have until Friday September 14th at noon CST to enter this challenge. After you do, please consider sending in your card(s) to cheer a child who is inpatient in one of our eight children’s hospitals. All the information you need is under the tabs at the top of the blog.
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Stamping smiles 4 our kids, Karen