Hey there and welcome to the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids Blog Hop! We have all come together today to make cards for a wonderful cause, Cards for Kids! We hope to encourage you to also make cards for this great cause and have fun along the way, too! So please hop along with us, and make sure to leave comments as there will be prizes for commenters and participants! If you get lost along the way, you can always start at the beginning at the Lawn Fawn blog. You should have come to me by way of Lisa!!! So, let’s get hoppin!!!!
This card was made for Braden, who at the age of 3 was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. He went into remission, but a few weeks before his 5th birthday, his cancer relapsed. He loves water fountains and animals, so I thought he would enjoy this “joke” card.
This card was made for Karli, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2009. Looking at her profile picture, she just looks like she is one funny girl, so I thought this card would be right up her ally.
This card was made for Sami. Battling with Cystic Fibrosis since the age of 2, she has a passion for a life and a love for animals, especially cats!
This card was made for Emily, who is one of four people in the United States that has been diagnosed with Schimke Immuno-osseous Dysplasia (SIOD). While in the hospital, she raised and donated money for two foundations that were close to her heart. And what a big heart she has.
This card was made for Kylie. She has been sick for a little under two years and her condition is undiagnosed. She is a beautiful little girl and I thought she might like this card.
And finally, this last card was made for Aria. She is 3 1/2 years old and has been diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease, which has no cure. She will never be able to digest food without several organ transplants from the same recipient. Her favorite color is purple so I thought she might like this card.
Thanks for hoppin’ with me! I hope you have been inspired to make some cards for this wonderful cause and for these beautiful children. These families are pillars of strength. The courage of their daily battles leaves in me in awe. Each of these families have touched my heart.
If you would like to know the deets for each of the cards, please go to my flickr gallery here.
Your next stop on the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids Blog Hop is……. KELLY!!!
If you are lost in the hop, click here for a list of all of the participants!