SEPTEMBER #BLOG HOP: Random Act of Kindness Group

Hello friends, and welcome to the September Blog Hop!

Has life been hectic for you, too? Some months I’ve made and sent lots of cards but not this time; hopefully the few I’ve sent have made people feel extra special!! You can join the Group if you’d like to participate in the RAK cards movement (no blog needed!). #imbringingRAKcardsback #makeacardsendacard

Time poor again, I used my ‘Staged Assembly Line Technique’: creating the card elements in stages (whenever I have time!) then putting the cards together assembly line style. I love to do this when I’m making more than one card! I also love colourful flowers so used one of the Flower Shop stamps, in the Stampin’ Up! in colors, to be the focal point of each card:

Dry embossing adds interesting texture to cards, and the Petal Burst embossing folder gave the perfect background texture for the flowers. I added ‘just breathe’ from Colorful Seasons:

Five of the six cards didn’t travel far (two within Australia and three to New Zealand) but the other has hopefully arrived safely in Germany. You won’t necessarily receive any cards even though you send them, and I didn’t receive any this month just gone, but that’s okay because you know you’ve made a difference to someone’s day! Picture proof of a safe arrival from Sharlene Meyer of Magpie Creates in New Zealand:

Thanks for visiting me today, Megan Cooper in Sydney Australia. Please travel around the rest of the blog hop to see all the beautiful cards and projects that have been shared: so much creativity!!

Megan xo

6 Replies to “SEPTEMBER #BLOG HOP: Random Act of Kindness Group”

  1. You’ve made some really beautiful cards this month! Such a beautiful message about generosity, I’m sure you’ll receive some snail mail love in turn soon! Thank you for joining in with the September RAK Group Blog Hop! xx

  2. Love the cards that you made and sent. I’m sure that they will have brightened up each of the recipients day. Sending hugs all the way from the UK. x

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