I recently ordered the “Stitched All Around” bundle (pg. 17). It has a lot of versatility!!!
I love the little rows of “x’s”!
I LOVE the framelits!!!
Tonight is FB Live on the Stampahowlic Stampers group at 8 pm CST!!! See you online!!!
If you can’t make it LIVE, you can always go back and watch it later at your convenience.
StampaStack out of my home this Saturday, 7/14/18
10 am to Noon
$25 or $20 for club members or Stampahowlic Teammates
Some awesome projects planned!!!
Winner for today’s drawing is: Julie Baltz
Look for happy mail! Leave a comment and you can be entered in the daily drawing for a hand-stamped card and a gift of product!!!
After I read more about this day, the more excited I became about how well we can make a difference with a simple card.
NATIONAL CHEER UP THE LONELY DAY
Each year on July 11, people across the United States are trying to make someone happy on National Cheer Up The Lonely Day.
If you know someone who is lonely or going through a difficult time due to health issues, financial reasons, grief due to loss or personal reasons, this was created as a day to reach out to them and try to cheer them up. Your small act of kindness can make a big difference to them.
HOW TO OBSERVE
On National Cheer Up The Lonely Day, visit over the phone or send flowers. Mailing a sweet or funny card makes a nice surprise. Share a bag of popcorn with someone and neither of you will be lonely.
Our research found that this day was created by Francis Pesek of Detroit, Michigan. His daughter, L.J. Pesek reports that he “was a quiet, kind, wonderful man who had a heart of gold. The idea came to him as a way of promoting kindness toward others who were lonely or forgotten as shut-ins or in nursing homes.” July 10 was the birth date of Mr. Pesek.