Thanks to Caregivers

4 Oct

Over at “My Blog,” by Carolyn King, there is a most worthy challenge going on to honor those who care for Alzheimer’s Patients. Since my father-in-law in living in the most lovely memory care unit with incredible staff, I thought I’d play along. The deadline to win prizes was yesterday (October 3, 2010) but I’m still playing because it is such an important cause.

I wish I could have given you this inspiration a few days earlier…so you could play and possibly win…but maybe you can go ahead and create a card to send off to someone who cares for terminally Alzheimer’s patients.

Just so you know, a few of my favorite companies helped sponsor this challenge:

JustRite Stampers
I {Heart} Papers
Spellbinders Paper Arts

plus several individuals
Kim Hughes and Theresa Momber

There are many more, just check the link above.

Without further adeau:

I have already signed the card, written the address on the envelope and dropped it in the mail. It’s a good feeling, knowing that the care-givers at Park Place will have a little love in their mailbox in a few days. Maybe you could tell some CARING person that you appreciate them too.

Important Stuff
Paper Latte Matstack Striped cardstock (Die Cuts with a View)
Ink Jet Black (Ranger), ColorBox Watermark ink (Clearsnap)
Tools S4-049 Heart die cut, Wizard (Spellbinders Paper Arts), Inkadinkado Heartfelt Stamp (EK Success)
Embellishments Jackpot embossing powder (PK Glitz)

Other Stuff Black cardstock, PVA Glue, sticky dots

Thanks to “My Blog” for hosting such an inspiring and important challenge.

Eli

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