Sunday, September 6, 2009

Send a Free Card - Cardstore Hope Collection

You can send a free personalized card on Cardstore.com from September 1-7, 2009 for the Hope is in the Cards movement.
My design was chosen for Cardstore's Hope Collection, which features uplifting cards of encouragement and thanks. You can personalize any card in the collection with your own message and photo, and Cardstore will mail it direct to whoever you choose, at no cost to you! Use coupon code: SENDHOPE (expires 9.7.09 at midnight PST.)
The Week of Hope is an event supporting a grassroots movement called “Hope is in the Cards”. This effort was started by an American small business owner whose goal is to send 300 million messages of encouragement by mail during the first week of September.

Enjoy x

22 comments:

Owl Eng said...

This is adorable! the character, the combi, the colours, the patterns here are beautiful! it makes me feel peaceful! i want to send it to my friends ;)

MONICA said...

It´s so cute!. I like very much the colours and adorable face.
Kind regards. Thanks for follow my blog.

Shirley said...

OMG, AMY! This is so wonderful...and what an awesome thing for this person to start...I already partaked of the promo and have chosen your design to send away...thank you so much! What a treat..I'll email my friends about this. And I will be back at the cardstore to check the whole thing out. : )
I used to work for AG, so this is all so super that REAL cards are getting sent and making an online presence. Awesome!

Ces said...

Aw! Amy, she is so cute. She made me smile as soon as I saw her!

fashion fucsia said...

Wow Amy! Your card is adorable, well done! Thanks for visit my blog,
^_^

matt dawson said...

Congratulations on the card selection, richly deserved!!! LOVE the last post too, such unexpected but magnificent use of background colour... makes me think of little red riding hood, despite her not being dressed in a red riding hood :) On the sticky glue at school matter... was this 'marzipan glue' (sounds delicious by the way) anything like PVA glue...? We had that at primary school and used to love painting our fingers with it then peeling off the dry glue to see our fingerprints...ah happy days :)

PS. glad to meet another DIY veteran :)

thesydneygirl said...

how lovely that your card is in their collection! it's a great card! :) x

Victoria said...

How wonderful! Congratulations on having your design selected!

serline said...

Very delightful little fairy! It would sure brighten up everyone's days...Hope Silvia found her way home...

Gerald said...

Thank you! I just send a friend one of your cards :) Lovely design

Peter Breese said...

Wonderful card Amy! Nice work.

mauricio salmon said...

very cute, congrats!

M.M.E. said...

That is so cool! congratulations! I can see why they chose it.

Bethany Hissong said...

So sweet... she looks like my daughter Caroline! And what a wonderful thing to do!

justdoodleit said...

That's one cute fairy. She seems to have done her quota of good deeds for the day :)

thedoodlegirl said...

That is so awesome that yours was chosen! I can see why!

Renee said...

Amy of course your card was picked it is totally adorable.

Love Renee xoxox

yoon see said...

Congrats Amy!
I am so happy for you:)

Little Brown Rabbit said...

lovely design Amy!

Abz said...

im glad they picked urs! well done!

Mariana Parrotta said...

Amy!The Cardstore's people knows that you are great! ^-^

Jess said...

It can't get any better than this.