Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Digi Design Academy Charity Blog Hop

Welcome to the Digi Design Academy Charity Blog Hop! Recently our dear friend, Trish had a Breast Cancer scare and she decided to use her experience to remind and encourage others to take exams regularly.Early detection is vital! So all of her friends at the Digi Design Academy (and Trish herself) have put together this great mega kit for all of you!

A donation is not required of course, but would be greatly appreciated. The charity that Trish has chosen as the benefactor is http://www.breastcancer.org/ and the donation button below will take you directly to the site to donate if you wish.

This bright and fun mega kit contains:50+ beautiful papers! 70+ incredible elements! 4 amazing full size alpha sets! and set of 5 lovely word art pieces!


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Here's my contribution: (not all items are shown in preview)

Papers Here

Elements Here

And here's the blogroll for the rest of the contributions to this great mega kit!

http://melissas-place.blogspot.com/
http://waiteforthemomentdesigns.blogspot.com/
http://creeksidecottagedesigns.blogspot.com/
http://abyscraps.wordpress.com/
http://kimberkattscraps.blogspot.com/
http://cindyrelly.blogspot.com/
http://amberpony.blogspot.com/
http://skrapperdigitals.blogspot.com/
http://www.mitsybelle.blogspot.com/
http://digitalscrapbooking.grabthe411.com/


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15 comments:

Amberpony Creates said...

Thanks for Sharing your Pretty Kit and joining this Blog Train.

Cindyrelly said...

Ooooh, Thanks Melanie ;) This was fun! We need to do this again.

Oh, BTW... I started reading your post about the light box but got side-tracked with boring stuff but I definitely want to try it. Sounds wonderful.

Have a Great Day :)

Trish said...

Thank you for joining in and contributing your time and talent to the blog train! ((Hugs))

Sherah Kraan said...

awesome contribution Melanie! i love those wrapped frames and flowers!!
((hugs))
SKrapper Digitals

makeyesup said...

Thanks Melanie, this is my favorite org. and will always support it. Your kit is beautiful as always, love the double frame and other items.

Melissa said...

Thanks so much! I love your flowers and all of the silver elements!

JanW. said...

Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful kit! I especially like the frames :)

Hugs,
Jan

eilajean said...

You are so incredible - thank you so much for sharing. It is such a worthy cause!

hugs!

eila

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Kit(s) post on May. 27, 2009. Thanks again.

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 27 May [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 28 May [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing.

clubiani said...

this is absolutely gorgeous! thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent!

Paintbrushbrown said...

Thank you for the Breast Health Awareness kit! I have breast cancer and am taking chemo to help me survive! Digital scrapbooking started for me because I was looking for a Breast Cancer Awareness kit. I never found one that had much to it. This is great...and a blogtrain besides! What an answer to my prayers. Thank you for your part. I am in touch with the organization you are supporting as well as others that are in our area. They are great helps to us and I have given some to them and will be working with them as soon as I am well enough. I cannot express how much I appreciate this. I needed some "pretties" to add to by cancer journal. Bless you!

txgwen said...

Many thanks for your beautiful and touching kit and for being part of such a worthy cause!

Joanne K said...

Thank you all for the great reminder!! I am a 2 year survivor, and was very lucky that my cancer was found early, as it was very invasive.

I have made a donation to the Knights of Columbus Cancer Vans. They transport patients fron smaller towns to the Cancer Clinics in the cities, so nobody has to go without treatment.