Monday, August 18, 2008

Flowers For Daisy

I've had this card in my stash for over a month now, and thought it was time to share it with you. Why?

Well, because I felt it was time to remind you that this set, called Flowers For Daisy, is a stamp set that allows ALL of us to make a difference in the life of someone suffering from cancer.

How? Well, because for every set sold, Gina K. Designs will donate a total of $4.00 to the American Cancer Society. Can making a difference get any easier?

To give you a little background in case you're new to my blog, this set was drawn by my special friend Asela Hopkins (Hop Art Studio) in honor of her friend Daisy who currently suffers from cancer. She shared her idea with Gina one day, and Gina was quick to jump onboard with the project! There is no one more generous and caring when it comes to special causes than Gina. I have been really honored to be a part of the Flowers For Daisy launch to fight cancer because my brother-in-law Ken is currently battling lung cancer. If I can lend my creative abilities to help the fight against this evil disease, I'm there. It was the least I could do.

And that's why I'm posting a card again today using the set. I didn't want you to forget about the set or the mission behind it. Help make a difference today!



  1. Love this card and this stamp set, Amy. I should ink it up and pray for Daisy. I have a friend fighting hard against brain cancer right now and I could send the card to her. I think that's my next goal. Thanks for the inspiration.


  2. lovely card for a lovely cause.

    what's the latest on the hospital job?

  3. Very cute!! Love the colors!

    I saw your card in Cards magazine today. (it arrived at the LSS where I work) It is beautiful!! Huge Congrats!!! :)

  4. Although I never met a color I didn't like, I am not ordinarily drawn to yellow. Let me tell you, Gal, that this card completely rocks! Maybe one of my favs yet! Thanks for the info. about the worthy cause linked to this beautiful set! Sending prayers to Ken and the rest of the family!


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