We are so happy to join in this wonderful blog hop for a beautiful cause! Click here to read about Lea and Layton. This hop is not only full of crafty inspiration, but it is a fundraiser too. You can click here to go to the site for donations.
Here is the mood board for the hop, along with the card I made. I used our Be Brave paper pad along with our My Tribe stamps and dies to make this card. I thought it was fitting for the theme and mood board inspiration.
And never fear, there are a ton of prizes to go along with the hop!
WAYS YOU CAN HELP:
- DONATE! – directly to Layton’s Legacy YouCaring Fundraiser. For every $5 donated, you will be entered into the drawing for one of the prizes above!! All winners will be drawn from donations made thru the YouCaring Site. **Prizes will be drawn and announced here on my blog on Saturday, May 19th.**
- SHARE! – I know that not everyone is able to donate, but sharing about the fundraiser gives it more visibility! Please feel free to share the YouCaring Link or this post on all your social media outlets!
–Pinkfresh Studio will be donating 10% of TODAY’S sales, and offering a 15% off discount to you for shopping!
–CAS-ual Fridays Stamps will be donating 15% of their sales thru May 19th.
-Lea’s affiliate linking dollars will be donated thru May 19th.
- CREATE! – this is also a card drive, and if you’d like to create a card using the theme/moodboard below, I would love that! I will be including these handmade treasures with the giftcards when I hand them over to the NICU social worker, and my dream is that the NICU will be covered in beautiful creations inspired by Layton!! Link them up HERE, and then please email me (email@example.com) to get the address for sending – and note that I will need them to arrive by May 31st.
Now on to the blog hop info – here is a link list with all of the stops along the hop! Please be sure to leave some love for the thoughtfulness & generosity that these companies, stores & designers have shown for this Card Drive & Fundraising effort. This wouldn’t have been possible without them!