Thursday, August 23, 2012

Nemo and Dory Anniversary Card

Megan used the Best of Pixar cricut cartridge to make this card. The waves were from Life is a Beach.  Megan used Martha Stewart tinsel glitter to make the waves look like they were capped with foam.  The card was for Nanny and Poppy who celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary this week. 

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Staten Island Project Homefront

The organization Staten Island Project Homefront is in constant need of supplies for the troops.  We took a  trip to Target and got some supplies.  We made some cards and headed over to Moravian Church and met with Debbie.  Debbie showed us around and it was a very humbling experience.  our troops are sacrificing so much and they are so grateful for the items they receive. They love to get letters of encouragement.  Please remember those serving, get a few extra groceries and drop them off.  Tell the kids no TV till they make a card for a soldier.  Let them know how much we appreciate them. THANK YOU Staten Island Project Homefront- the angels who help our troops!

Ronald McDoanld House

My husband's Knights of Columbus Council held a fifty fifty raffle for the Ronald McDonald House.  Of course, a poster was needed last minute so Megan went to work!  Pretty good for last minute!
Megan must be pretty tired- her eyes are closed!

Love is in the air- another Engagement Card!

Wounded Warriors Project

Hi- we were blessed to attend a Wounded Warriors fundraiser recently. Our local Councilman, Jim Oddo, decided to use the Staten Island Richmond County Ballpark as the venue for a fundraising softball game with the Staten Island Yankees, Wounded Warrior team, and local people participating.  Scott Lobaido donated a gorgeous picture that he painted on the field, there were Wounded Warrior cheerleaders cheering and many veterans attending.  Unfortunately, the game itself got rained out but the generosity of those there still raised over 20 thousand.

How does one say thank you?  Megan made some great cards using Stand and Salute by following the guidelines of the Wounded Warrior project.  We hope it helps. 

To all of those who served, thank you!!!!!!! God Bless You!