Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Terrific Tuesday Challenge - Let's Support Our Troops!

Happy  Tuesday!  With the holidays fast approaching we thought it was time to  show our appreciation for our service men and women that are away from home during this season.  So, for this weeks TTC we are challenging you to create a card (or more) for one of two programs....

1 - Holiday Mail for Heroes (Red Cross) - These cards would be holiday themed, the deadline for Christmas cards is Dec 6.  Please click on the link above for all the details.

2 - A Million Thanks - These cards would primarily be Thank You cards but they could also have a holiday theme as well.  Their deadline for the Christmas season is Dec 1.

(We would like to advise you that they both request you DON'T use glitter, confetti or anything that is not securely attached to the card to help keep our service members safe!)

Here are the projects from our fabulous Design Team ...

  
Melanie



Corri




  
We will do a drawing at the end the month. This Challenge will be entered to win a Scrappy Moms Stamps stamp set of your choice. You have until Monday 11/25 to link your entry below. We hope you have fun with this challenge!  We can't wait to see what you create - and, of course, don't forget to get your project in the mail to one of the organizations above or one of your choice.  :)

 {{{ HUGS }}}



4 comments:

Creative M said...

Beautiful cards! Great Cause!!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
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Sukie said...

Such lovely cards, both a such great programs, so awesome for the DT to participate!

Beth F. said...

Beautiful cards! I donate cards to Operation Write Home and feel honored to be able to give just a small amount back to those who give so much to our country!
Beth
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The Cropping Canuck said...

Beautiful cards! This something I have always wanted to do. I have made local military cards but never sent them overseas. Now I know where to send them and would never have thought of the potential for problems with glitter.

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