Saturday, September 11, 2010

AnyHero Cardmaking Party: Sponsored by Eat Cake Graphics!



We do remember why our heroes fight. Many of them stepped up in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy - and so many more since then. Honor one today by making a card and write a note in it....scribe a poem, draw a picture, include a family photo. Send it to Operation Write Home, and make the day of a hero far from home!

Challenge: An AnyHero card
Make an AnyHero card - any theme, as long as it's appropriate to send to a deployed hero! It also does *not* have to be patriotic; you can make a Christmas card, or thinking of you, or a general themed thankyou card. Kids can draw or color pictures, and if you feel like writing but the cardmaking is not going well - just write a letter on a piece of paper. Our heroes just want to know someone at home is thinking of them, and that is something easy for us all to do!

Here's a sample card, made with "For the Brave" from Eat Cake Graphics...along with the letter written inside. Yes, you can put your address and/or email inside!

Eat Cake Graphics is offering a little extra incentive for you to participate in this challenge: they're giving away THREE of these cute stamps called "For the Brave"!


We'll draw randomly from all participants at the end of the month, along with the other goodies offered on the OWH blogs...good luck!

To play along in this challenge, simply upload your project to your blog or online gallery then leave a direct link to your project using the Inlinkz widget at the bottom of this post. Please link to the specific blog post (the long url you get when you click on the TITLE of the post itself, not the short blog url). Thanks!

We encourage everyone to take a few moments to visit and leave comments for the other participants. Comments are a wonderful way to say thank you for sharing your creative project and inspires everyone to create.

To play along, please enter your name, URL and email address in the link below then press next step and select the photo of your creative project. An icon will appear on the blog featuring the photo you selected. If the photo doesn’t appear right away, don’t worry, it will after the page has been refreshed.



4 comments:

Collette said...

Wonderful job you do ... I've got a stash of cards I'll be sending along with these new ones I just linked up. Thank you!

Erica said...

I love that stamp. I haven't heard of eat cake but I am going to check it out now.

Irene at GoneScrapbooking.com said...

Great topic, inspiration and prizes! I linked to this challenge from today's scrapbook news article at http://exm.nr/9cY2kW.

Betty said...

Great image!!! I think I need this one :)