Just popping in to remind you all that butterflies for the Butterfly Project are due to us on or before September, 15th 2009. I also have a wonderful gift to share with several lucky participants.
Former Craft Critique reporter Jessica Diedrich reached out to us as soon as the Butterfly project idea was posted and wanted to help. She has 3 copies of a beautiful new stamp set she designed to giveaway to our participants.
We now bring you Jessica Diedrich…
When I saw the Butterfly Project posted on Craft Critique, I couldn’t wait to join the cause. Anyone who’s been to my blog knows that I LOVE my butterflies, but also, as a close relative of two family members that have been the victims of hate, I knew that this was my call to action.
This all couldn’t have happened at a more coincidental time…or shall I say, perhaps it’s NOT coincidence, that my first stamp set that I designed, Butterfly Wishes, was released through The Greeting Farm. This stamp set means the world to me and so does this cause.
Therefore, I would love to give a little back to all of you who are so influential in helping to end hate by making such a beautiful tribute to the Holocaust Memorial.
I will be giving away THREE of my new Butterfly Wishes stamp sets throughout the duration of this project in the hopes that we can reach the goal and also because life is always more beautiful when there are butterflies fluttering around in it!
Here is how you can be entered to WIN this set:
I will give away one Butterfly Wishes stamp set on July 20th, August 15th, and September 15th (the deadline for the entries), to any participant who has created and sent in (on their honor) a butterfly to Craft Critique to help reach their goal.
You can leave a link to your project on your blog, SCS, Papercraft Planet, or any public accessible website. Just be sure to leave a comment ON THIS POST with a link to your project to be entered into the drawing.
All entries must be submitted by 11:59pm CST on the day before each drawing.
Good luck and thank you to ALL who participate in this extremely worthy cause.