Saturday, February 26, 2011

Personalized Note Cards

Hello Friends,

I love Basic Black and Very Vanilla together - so elegant.  I am in need of 'note cards' to send out and this is what I came up with.  I added a piece of Very Vanilla to the inside of the card - makes it much easier to 'write a note'.

The beautiful, stylish background is one of the stamps from the 'BLISS' stamp set. One of the many choices you can receive for FREE with a $50 order.

Products Used:
Stamp Sets - Bliss, Broadsheet Alphabet
Card Stock - Basic Black, Very Vanilla,
Ink - Stazon (Jet Black)
Accessories - 1 3/8" Circle Punch, Scallop Border Punch, Pearls, Black Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Snail Adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals

My sister Rebecca suffers with MS.  It is a terrible disease and if I had ONE wish right now, just one - I would wish that she was free from the pain and anguish this is in her life.  I went to SAMS club yesterday and there was a table with snacks and popcorn you could buy and all the proceeds went to MS. I walked up and got the appropriate money ready for the popcorn when my eyes welled up! I reached into my wallet - I couldn't speak to the employee but just handed her $20 and left the store. She knew by looking at me my heart was full. 

The reason I share this with you today is because I am going to sell Cards in the Mail.  ALL PROCEEDS will go to MS.

10 Cards for just $15 ($17 if you would like envelopes)
Wherever you live in the world, order these cards and I will mail them to you for Free.  You could buy these for yourself or for a gift.  Just let me know which initial you would like on your cards.
E-mail me at maxstamps@yahoo.com if you are interested in this wonderful cause.
(Please note - the cards you receive will not have the pearls on them due to cost)

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Have a wonderful day!


2 comments:

Stampin' Pretty said...

Very elegant, Max!

Hugs, M

BETH ANN WILSON said...

Max, You have touched my heart with your generosity to help those of us who suffer with MS. Hopefully they find a cure soon. Thank you from the bottom of my heart (and others who suffer with MS)!