Tuesday, July 26, 2011

DT Challenge: Inspired By A Charity

Hello!  I’m back from CHA and exhausted!  But, the good news is that we had a fantastic time and I ordered lots and lots and lots of goodies!

For today’s DT challenge, we were to make a project that was inspired by one of our favorite charities.  As you might have guessed, after all the BooBoo drama, my charity is Eleventh Hour Rescue.  Eleventh Hour Rescue is a volunteer based, non profit, 501c3 organization that literally saves dogs from death row, pulling them from high kill facilities all over the country and fostering and adopting them out.  Dogs like BooBoo and Mr. Barbo.  They both were saved by EHR and I can’t imagine my life without them. 

So, my card today uses Unity’s I Ruff You, stamped in Palette Noir and then colored with Prisma pencils.  I also used Very Square Sentiments, some heart Nesties and a scrap of red ruffle elastic ribbon.

I sure do hope you’ll hop around to the rest of the DT and see their projects AND their charities.  And, if you’re so moved, please donate.  I know times are tough but that also means times are tough for these organizations that do such great work.  Even $5 can make a difference. 

Here’s the hop list:


Thanks for popping in today!


Kendra said...

What a sweet card! Love it!

creative patti said...

Loving your cause and card!

Gretchen said...

How did I know which charity you would pick?! You are such a good friend to those furry creatures! Good for you and great card too! I sure missed going to CHA. . .next year for sure!!

whoistracy said...

What a great cause and an adorable card!! This just makes me smile.

Judy Rozema said...

Such an adorable card and a perfect charity choice!

Deb said...

How perfect! Love the red plaid and the heart-shaped focal image! That says it all! :)

Carolyn Mustopa said...

This is adorable!

{Lynn - that's me!} said...

I agree...CHA is totally exhausting, but oh-so-worth every minute. I'm not surprised that you chose such a worthwhile cause. That big, kind heart of yours is displayed to every animal you meet. What a friend to the fur you are! Your project turned out fantastic!

Lori said...

This is just too cute!