Thursday, April 2, 2015

LIGHT IT UP BLUE FOR AUTISM BLOG HOP!


Hello crafty peeps and welcome to the Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness Blog Hop! This is the brain child of Veronica Zalis  and Tenia Nelson, two incredibly talented ladies with hearts as big as the sky! I was honored to be invited by my Snarky Sister and Evil Doublemint Twin, Jessi to contribute to this fantastic hop! It is something near and dear to her heart, and I could not let her down! A boatload of amazing sponsors have pitched in to show their support for Autism Awareness and you can see the complete list at So Many Stamps So Little Time blog and Jazzy Paper Designs blog If you would like a chance to win a prize from one of these fabulous companies leave a comment on this blog, and any of the other blogs participating in today's hop! Winners will be chosen at random and will be announced on Monday April 6.



 Here is the card I made for today's hop:



Sweet, simple and to the point. I know there are a gazillion crafters participating in this worthy cause, so I hope you get the chance to check out what they all did! If you'd like to learn more about autism, please check out Autismspeaks.org. Thanks for hopping by!



57 comments:

  1. Very nice thank you card, great for the hop!

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  2. Fab card - hard to believe I learned to type on a typewriter just like that one!
    Kath x

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  3. I just LOVE this card!! Thanks for the kind words too...it means a lot!! Thanks so much for participating in this AWESOME blog hop!! You ROCK!!

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  4. What a nice sentiment and beautiful card!

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  5. Great job I really love this card. Thank you so much for being part of this blog hop for such a great cause!!Happy Stamping/Keep Moving Forward!!

    Jessica Lynn
    http://jessicalynnoriginalstamps.blogspot.com/

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  6. Love that typewriter image! Wonderful card!

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  7. Christine, your card is sweet and simply fabulous! ;-)

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  8. Great card....love that it's clean and simple.

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  9. Your typewriter card: fabulous x awesome! WOW!
    ~c

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  10. Just goes to show you: CAS can be fab!!

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  11. I am thinking that this card is really great - love the typewriter and the blue background is gorgeous!! Thanks so much for participating and supporting this hop!! I hope you have a REALLY GREAT day!!!

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  12. Sweet card! Love the typewriter!!

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  13. Lovely card! Thank you so much for joining this hop ♥♥

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  14. Awesome, Chris!! Both the card & the cause!! XOXO-Shari

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  15. Wonderful card, love that typewriter.

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  16. Fabulous typewriter and awesome card.

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  17. Beautiful card for a great cause.

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  18. What a great card, Chris! Love the pop of complementary orange against all that blue.

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  19. Cool card! I have two children with autism. Thank you for supporting this cause.

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  20. Christine, your card is lovely! Thank you for joining the LIUB Blog Hop!

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  21. Lovely card. Thank you for taking part in this hop.

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  22. Fab card. Great design, the image looks great on the gorgeous die cut frame. xx

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  23. I love these vintage typewriters...they make such great cards!!

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  24. simply and adorable
    love that vintage typewriter too and the DP or BG you have is awesome blue..
    AWESOME MADE
    hugs,
    Monika
    (I love and proud to join this hop and hope you like to hop back to my card it is #155)

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  25. I was delighted to find this blog hop in aid of Autism as our 8yo son has low spectrum autism. He is a wonderful boy, much loved by many. Your card is brilliant! Thank you to all the sponsors for supporting this cause.

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  26. I love it. Simple is nice, understated and gets it's point across! Nice work! facebook.com/wavingmywand

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  27. great old typewritter image! I've used a few of those

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  28. Such a neat card. Love that typewritter!

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  29. Now that's my type of card! hehehe. :)

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  30. A perfect thank you card!!! ♥ Sue Kment

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  31. Great card, super typewriter stamp ! I'm thankful to discover your card, thanks to this heart-warming blog hop !

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  32. Love the typewriter! Fun card!

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  33. I saw you at the Light It Up for Autism Awareness hop and came over to take a closer look.
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful card and for helping to raise Autism Awareness.
    Crafty hugs,
    Dawn
    DesignsbyDragonfly {blogspot}

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  34. What a wonderful card! LOVE that large typewriter--such a fun way to add an image and sentiment! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  35. What a fabulous image and card!!
    Thanks so much for participating in this important hop!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  36. Love this vintage typewriter and the sentiment for this great cause

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  37. All the feels :') you're the best sweet EDMT!!!

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  38. Love the vintage typewriter and the layered dies on here! Great job!

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  39. Great card. I like the blue typewriter.

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  40. I love it! I'm not sure I knew how many shades of blue there were until I started hopping!!

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  41. Great project. Thanks for Shining a Light:)

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  42. What a great card! I love the typewriter and that Spellbinders die!

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  43. Looooving this typewriter.What a fabulous card. So glad to participate in such a fun and talented way to raise awareness.

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  44. Very nice! I like the sequins! Thanks for taking the time to spread Autism Awareness!

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