2018 Stamping For Autism Awareness Blog Hop

Monday, April 2, 2018

Hi all!I'm back again for 2018 Stamping For Autism Awareness Blog Hop. We're joining Veronica Zalis and a great group of amazing designers to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and to help raise awareness across the stamping community. I wanted to take part because I have friends whose children have autism and also to support some crafty friends whose lives have been touched by it. I have ADD son and many people around him don't understand it but I try to always believe and understand him more. He bring joy to my life everyday and I think the sentiment in my card is perfect "There's a 100% Chance of Happiness When I'm with You." I believe the same with Autism, they will make us learn so much in this life and make us happier.




My Favorite Things supply that I'm using :
Puddle Jumper for the boy images and sentiment
Dienamics Puddle Jumper to die cut the boy images
Rain or Shine for the water images
Dienamics Rain or Shine to die cut the water images
Summer Splash Premium Dye Ink Pad to color the background with blending tool
Dienamics Single Stitch Line Tag-Corner Rectangle Frames to die cut the frame on a white card stock and a white foam then I glue them all togethe
Stencil Radiating Rays Stencil for masking the sunburst

I stamp, color the images using copic then die cut it. The sentiment is from silver embossing powder.I add some clear sequins for the embellishment.

Please visit Veronica's blog for more participants and a chance to win some of the amazing prizes available.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Hugs,

Melania Deasy

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Card. Thank you for supporting awareness of Autism

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  2. Darling card and sentiment - and so true! I love the soft blue rays in the background!

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  3. Your card is adorable Melania. Thanks for sharing with us how you used this set for the Autism Awareness hop.

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  4. I love this one. Pretty colors and love the rays in back of the little guy.

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  5. WHAT AN ADORABLE CARD!!! LOVE THIS! From the surprised face of this little guy to the sentiment & everything in between!!! FABULOUS JOB!!! AND THANK YOU for using your talents to touch the lives of those with Autism! ;)

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  6. Adorable image, carrying such an important message, thank you for sharing your talent to raise awareness x

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  7. What is sweet card and encouragement with the right person.

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  8. Awwww, Melania. What an absolutely adorable card and sentiment! I L♥VE IT!

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  9. How fun!!! Love your sweet card and the sentiment!!!

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  10. ALL THANKS TO DR WILLIAMS FOR THE GREAT DEED HE HAVE DONE FOR MY DAUGHTER?
    My daughter suffered from autism for more than 2 years which we started experiencing in her when she turned 1 year and 5 months we all thought it will end but got even worse as days went by. We tried all several treatments and therapy prescribed by various doctors we met but to no avail, she lost total concentration and always complain of sensitivity to sound . She usually tells me she haves poor eyes contact. This were steady disorder that disrupted her entire life, even at night she slept less because of this.It was during a casual conversation with a friend that i learned about Dr Williams herbal medicine I was able to contact him on his email address. and give him all the necessary information that he needed,few day later he sent me the herbal portion and his medicine was able to restore her back to normal and she is very okay now without any side effects whatsoever. If you have autism, do not hesitate to contact him on drwilliams098675@gmail.com for advice and for his product. I hope this also helps someone out there

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  11. This is such a cute little boy !!
    [margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

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  12. This card is both lovely and adorable. That little guy is so cute and I love the way the stenciling fades into the card base. Fantastic card! And I like that sentiment also.

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  13. Such an adorably sweet card. Thanks for sharing for Autism awareness!

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