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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Cards for Little Hearts Winter Card Drive: Holiday Hellos

When you ask God for a gift, Be thankful if he sends, Not diamonds, pearls or riches, but the love of real true friends. - Helen Steiner Rice

Good morning!
I am here to share one of the cards I made for the 2019 Winter card drive for Cards for Little Hearts which runs October 1st through November 1st.

Cards for Little Hearts is a global card drive, comprised of crafters dedicated to bringing smiles, hope and encouragement to as many children with congenital heart disease as possible by providing heart center staff with handmade cards that are given to patients during their hospitalization.

Please read the guideline page located on the Cards for Little Hearts website (HERE) for important guidelines prior to making and sending in your cards. You can also find additional helpful resources on the FAQs page and a Sentiments List. There is also a Gallery page if you need some inspiration.


  • Cardstock: The Paper Studio (base) Stampin Up!
  • Decorating chalk
  • Design Paper: Scrap bin
  • Dies: Reindeer and Banner from Sizzix, Snowflakes from Fawn Lawn
  • Embossing folder from Cuttlebug
  • Glitter paper from recollections
  • Ink from Close to My Heart
  • Liquid glass from Close to My Heart
  • Red glitter glue from Stampin Up!
  • Stash: Googlie eyes, Letter stickers, Rhinestones
I encourage you to please get children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews or even your Sunday School class involved. The children always love to receive cards made by other children!

(Hugs) Cara

1 comment:

Lori m said...

Adorable, such a fun and happy card, hugs, Lori m