Here we are again at another Saturday and another Utah Divas Sketch Challenge but this one is a little special. I decided this week I’d use the Strength & Hope set and remind you about the wonderful Strength & Hope Campaign and how you can help.

Years ago it was always a shock to hear of someone who had Breast Cancer and sadly these days there arent many people who dont know someone who has either had the disease and survived or someone who has lost their battle against this horrible disease.  Many doctors/scientists are tirelessly working  to find a cure and here is how you can help.

Just by purchasing this gorgeous Strength & Hope Stamp Set you are helping raise funds to go to research for a cure – with every Stamp Set sold in every Stampin’ Up! marketStampin’ Up! will donate $2.00 to the National Breast Cancer Research Foundation – that means not only here in Australia but also in New Zealand, Canada, USA, Germany and the UK. Thats alot of demonstrators all selling these sets to help raise these much needed funds so if you’d like to help please contact me to purchase your stamp set today and help. Now for all the sets I sell I will also donate a further $2 per set to the McGrath Foundation here in Australia.

Now onto this week’s sketch …

Now … I know this will surprise some of you (especially Carol) I’ve flipped it and exchanged the long rectangle for a box but do hope you like what I’ve come up with …

You would not believe how hard it was to get a decent photo of this card and I’m still not entirely happy with this picture. The card is a very soft femine card and I’m afraid the camera just cant do it justice.

You can view the full details and all the links to the other Designing Divas at the Utah Divas International Blog here and the next Diva you need to skip along to is the lovely Ruthie … oh when you visit her blog be sure to wish her a happy birthday too!

Well I best go cook dinner so I can sit & watch the Swans game

10 Comments

  1. Delightful card Leonie. I always have a wee giggle at what u think the gals at UD may think when u have altered their sketch. It is so soft and gentle. Truly beautiful.

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