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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

TGF Cares


Hi Friends!
It's TGF RELEASE DAY today--and that's no April fools joke! :) All of the SWEET previews that you've been spying this week on the TGF and CA&F blogs are now in the store~ and that includes:
'Get Well' by Marina Neira, Stamping Anya, Wild Sprouts Eric and Dee Dee, and Oliver & Amelia 'Buddies'! Hooray! Can you stand the cuteness?
My card today, for your viewing pleasure, features Oliver from the 'Buddies' set. I'm so excited to have a puppy stamp now!!! AND the O&A stamps are so much fun to color!!
Be sure to stop by all the DT blogs for more inspiration!

Today we are also excited and honored to announce the 1st "TGF Cares" Charity Card Drive. This is something that TGF has been wanting to do for a long time, and now it's finally coming together for a really great cause that is dear to many of our hearts. A few years ago, Jessica was introduced to a family who was only a few weeks away from losing their two-year old daughter. Even through this terrible tragedy, the family couldn't say enough about how wonderful the Ronald McDonald House had been to them. (Please see Jessica's blog for more on this touching story and how TGF customers can help put a smile on the faces of many who are in need of them!)

There are so many sick children whose families do everything short of moving mountains for these kids to help them get well. Not only is it important to lift the spirits of these courageous children, but also the families-the parents, siblings, and other relatives-during all of the emotional ups and downs of a child's fight for life.

TGF is proud and honored to be collecting cards that will go to the RMH and the Fairview Children's Hospital in/near Minneapolis. Cards will be given to the children, as well as parents and siblings of these petite patients, to encourage them during the long and brave journeys of theirs. Be sure to stop by the TGF BLOG today for complete details on this special contest and see how you can get involved.

***THIS JUST IN~~(I'm adding this at the bottom because I don't want to take away from the important TGF Cares message)
TGF is featured in this month's edition of ScrapStreet Online Magazine!!! And...I have to grin a little from ear to ear because it's my first time being published, and what an honor for it to be because of and along side my TGF family!! Thank you Marie and Jess, from the bottom of my heart! EEEEEEK!
Deets:
Stamps: The Greeting Farm, Oliver and Amelia 'Buddies' Set
Paper: Cosmo Cricket Joy Ride, Bermuda Bay, Soft Suede, Dusty Durango, K&Co. PP
Ink : Copics
Embies: PTI Button, Linen Thread, Joy Ride Stickers, Punch

10 comments:

Mag said...

Wow I love the retro look of this card and the colors are so perfect for this stamp !!!
I just LOVE !!!
Hugs
Mag :)

the whimsical butterfly said...

I absolutely ADORE this card, Kadie! The printed PP is awesome and your coloring on sweet little Ollie boy is fabulous! Thanks for all your hard work this week!!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Ohhh pure sweetness.

Kate T said...

He is so cute ! fab card !
Kate x

Catherine said...

Kaders! This is adorable! Your coloring is rockin' and I love the papers and layout! Fabulous cuteness!

Randi said...

Adorable!! This is such an incredible layout Kadie! I love each and every DP you combined! Such gorgoues coloring, too!!!

Mary Giles (OhioMary) said...

What a fabulous card Kadie! Oliver is just adorable and your papers an d layout are so perfect. You should enter this into the Oh Alice, challenge too since it uses text in the background.

Heather Schlatter said...

Kadie,

I loved this when I saw the newsprint paper behind him and the other papers just totally make this card so perfect wonderful coloring too!!!

You rocked this preview to the 10th degree!!!! So cute!!!

Heather

djones said...

Another great guy card. I love the image and the dp.

Lorie said...

Woohoo! An awesome card, and awesome news about the publication. What a beautiful thing TGF is doing! It's so nice to be a part of something so important, and I'm so proud of you Miss Kadie!

Love ya,
Lorie