Translate

Monday, April 11, 2011

Help for Japan Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to a very special blog hop today!  You may have been on the first hop that Whimsy put on for this special cause.  Well, there were so many who volunteered to join in that we had to do a second one!  The illustrators of Whimsy Stamps have come together to draw a special set of digi images for the purpose of raising money for the relief effort in Japan.  All proceeds from the sale of these images will be donated to that cause.   Kenny K, Raindrop Echo Designs, Meljens Designs, and Crissy Armstrong all contributed art work.
For the whole month of April, you can purchase the images as a set or individually (your choice) by visiting this page on the Whimsy store site.  Please consider helping this special cause by purchasing one or all of the digital images we are offering. 
If you have landed here from Cheryl's blog, you are right on track.  If you have come here randomly and would like to start hopping from the beginning, please go to Ann's blog.   She has the blog rotation order posted if you need to refer to it.
The amazing ladies of two design teams have come together to host this blog hop for you!  The team from Sentimental Sundays and the Kenny K Krafty Girlz have joined forces to design some amazing jaw dropping creations for you.  You have seven days to hop through all the blogs and enjoy all the lovely creations from these talented people.
The hop runs from now through til Sunday April 17 at noon.  There will be several opportunities to win blog candy!  Four random commenters will get a chance to receive one of the three individual images or Ann's sentiment set.  So be sure to leave comments all along the way for your chance at a free digi!  Also, if you post the "Help for Japan" button on your blog's sidebar, you can enter into the draw for the grand prize!  The grand prize will consist of the entire digital set made just for this cause as well as a gift certificate donated by Ann of Raindrop Echo Designs worth $10 to use at the Whimsy Stamps store! To enter, you must help us advertise for this cause by posting the "Help for Japan" button on your blog's side bar (just grab it from my side bar or from the top of this post) and then get your name on the Inlinkz option on Ann's post so we can be sure to find the winner. 
Now on to my project: 
I have used a special sentiment in my project today, created by Ann to lend support to this cause.


Next you'll want to visit Chris's blog to continue hopping.  Thank you so much for stopping by, and for your support of this very worthy cause. 

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Kristina! I love the sentiment as the focal point!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Kristina! Your card is stunning and that sentiment is so meaningful. Such a lovely project ;D Hugz, Cheryl

    ReplyDelete
  3. wonderful cause, check my blog, I left some thing for you.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Beautiful card and cause. Im at work right now, but will definitely check out the digis tonight. How wonderful that these artist have lenses their talents for such a wonderful reason. Have a blessed day!
    .

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love the card and the sentiment! I made 3 cards from last weeks stamps, if you want to take a look... http://thehoosierstamperleahanngast.blogspot.com
    Great thing you are doing for Japan :O)

    ReplyDelete
  6. Beautiful card love the sentiment & flowers.

    Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

    ReplyDelete
  7. Beautiful card...and a wonderful cause.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Beautiful card. Love the flowers!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Such a great cause, and love your card, beautiful sentiment1

    All the best with it! xoox.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Beautiful card Kristina, I love the sentiment & those fab flowers! Hope you are doing well & not working too hard :)

    ReplyDelete
  11. Beautiful card, I love how the sentiment just says it all!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Very beautiful card and the sentiment is so beautiful as well.
    Hugs Bonnie

    ReplyDelete
  13. Beautiful card, the sentiment is lovely.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Beautifully done. Love the flowers & color scheme

    E*D

    ReplyDelete