It’s Saturday and time for another fun challenge here at Send a Smile 4 Kids! This time our challenge is: For Dads or Special Males (From the Kids.) Create and link any card appropriate for a Dad and you could win one of our great prizes.
We are running this Father's Day challenge early to remind you that now is the time to send in cards the kids in the children's hospitals we serve can give to their Dads or Grandpas on Father's Day. You do not have to send in your card to participate in our challenges, but our kids sure love it if you do.
We have two very generous sponsors for this challenge: Doodle Pantry is giving their winner a $10 gift certificate! And the winner from Die-Versions gets a $15 gift certificate! TEAM S.A.S will also 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 using images from our sponsors. To visit any of their blogs or to go to our sponsor’s websites, just click on any of the names or the pictures at the side of our blog.
Wonderful cards for kids as always from our awesome design team! You have until Friday May 20th 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 seventeen children’s hospitals. All the information you need is under the tabs at the top of the blog.
**We have decided to continue a new tradition here at Send a Smile 4 Kids challenge. We all love comments and followers on our blogs, right? So we are suggesting- but not requiring- that all participants in our challenges pick 2-3 (or more) other participants in the challenge, click on their card, visit their blog, leave a positive comment about the card and become a follower of that blog. In your comment, leave a link to your card and blog and hopefully the blogger you visited will come to your blog and become a follower too. **
Stamping smiles 4 our kids, Karen