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Thursday, October 2, 2014

From your Christmas Elf

In case you STILL hadn't heard, I have joined a group called Postpals, which send cards, letters, small gifts to sick children in the UK.
Not only am I joining in with the 'Reindeer scheme' this year, I am also joining in with the the 'Elf scheme'. An Elf (volunteer) is assigned to every child and the elf then gathers gifts up to the value of £15 and sends them in December. It is a little like the Christmas shoe box appeals we are all familiar with. Anyone of any age can be an elf, whether it’s little children picking gifts which they think someone their age would like, or adults who now have a good excuse to buy that pink fluffy present! 

Here is my card to accompany my gift:


The super cute image is from Dearie Dolls digital stamps (all freebies!) paired with Bo Bunny's 'Mistletoe' collection of papers. I used the current sketch on Sweet Sketch Wednesday (#29):


I am also entering this card into the following challenges:

Thanks for looking.
Happy crafting :)

9 comments:

  1. Oh Kerys this is such a cute card, I love this sweet image from Dearie Dolls she has so many wonderful images to choose from you get spoilt for choice. Great colours and added embellishments. Great card as always and thanks so much for joining us this week and sharing your talents with us over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2 and good luck.
    Hugs
    Kathie SSW2~DT

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  2. What a great idea. I am sure the person that receives your card and gift will love it. You card is adorable. Thanks for joining us.
    Nancy SSW2

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  3. What a fantastic card, love your fun papers. What a great group that you have joined. Thanks for sharing with us this week.
    Hugs, Heide SSW2-DT

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  4. Thank you for sharing your lovely crafting for my CHNC challenge extra for October - hope to see you again soon x

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  5. That's a darling Christmas elf! TFS!

    Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown this week. kReN,DT
    http://afourthlife.blogspot.com

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  6. What a cute little elf, Kerys. Thanks for sharing your beautiful project in our “Opposites Attract” challenge at Tuesday Throwdown. We'd like to see you again next week. … x
    hugs, Asha

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  7. This is DARLING! I'm sure that your assigned kid will love getting this. The Christmas Elf program sounds like a great idea. Thanks for sharing this with us over at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2.
    ~Jo

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  8. Terrific card! Love the multiple papers and stitching here. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Sketch Wednesday 2!
    Sharon, SSW2-DT

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  9. What a wonderful idea Kerys and I'm sure some child is going to be bowled over by receiving a card from a real Elf! Such a cute card. Thanks for joining us at Holly Jolly Christmas.

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