A double challenge met

I have been trying to participate in some challenges. I start out the week thinking I will get a lot of them done and then I get sidetracked. I am afraid I might be ADHD! Anyway here are some cards I made for the Flourishes Wounded Warrior Project. I will be mailing them to Flourishes so they can be sent to our service men and women. Read the information below and see if you can help them out with some of your cards.  I can’t think of a better project.

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Flourishes stamps have a challenge to help send cards to the troops AND offer up some goodies to YOU for participating?

To break it down, all you need to do is make a card with our Patriotism on Parade set, send them a few cards to send to the troops and you could walk away with a $50 gift certificate if you are the lucky winner drawn! They will also be drawing two additional names for a $25 gift certificate! Three ways to win! You could call this a WIN-WIN-WIN!

Each purchase of the Patriotism on Parade set goes to benefit wounded soldiers through the Wounded Warrior Project.

Use this set to send in cards to share with the troops shows our support to those men and women who are risking their lives for us. You can also send cards made with other stamps if you like.

Sharing your talent and your cards could make you a winner for FREE goodies!

See? WIN-WIN-WIN!! You have until August 1st to get your cards sent in to Flourishes home base!

Here are a few more cards I made for another Flourishes challenge. This one was to pop your images and give them dimension. We have a “junk” store near us and I scored two boxes of cards and envelopes for $4.00 a box. That is 100 cards for $10.00! The cards have a triple embossed edge and are very simple yet elegant. I made a set of greeting cards with some of these cards.. They will be the perfect little gift for someone. They fit just right in a little basket I bought at the church yard sale. I love a bargain!

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