I am back with Stamp Out Autism Blog Hop #2. YAY! So excited. If you are here from Katina Martinez’s blog, welcome. We want you to sit back relax and push the next button at the bottom of each blog post 🙂 You can go through and check out all the cool projects.
I created this project for my nephew Caleb. Caleb is autistic and one of his fixations is trains. This fella can tell you everything you would ever want to know about trains. He’s brilliant. So excited about the card I made for him, and he really liked it.
The inside of the card is probably as fun as the front. I really love how it turned out, and using the Stamp A Majig made it so easy to get a really cool train track.
Here’s a quick tip for you. If you have basic rhinestones and you want them to be in other colors. Just use a sharpie marker and color them. That is how I turned the rhinestones on the front of this card black.
So now let’s get down to business. We are doing this blog hop in hopes to raise money for the Autism Society. We want to be clear about our goal. There are thousands of dollars needed to do research to help those with autism.
And by donating a little cash, you are helping so many people in need. Therapies are so expensive and they are so needed for many people with autism. Even if you can only donate $1. We are blessed to have it. Please note that my friend Lee Conrey opened a link with Autism Society and so when you donate you will see her face and her name but we are all working toward the same cause!
I created a video for you because I knew that you would want to see how I used that awesome stamp a majig. Side note: I love saying stamp a majig.