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Stampin' for Autism Blog Hop

Welcome to the Stampin' for Autism Blog Hop.  You might have just come from Colleen's post, or you might just be beginning.  Either way, complete the hop for great ideas and some interesting facts about Autism.

Here's my card.

Autism Matters Blog Hop by Jo Anne Hewins

I'll give you some tips on how to make this card, but first.

Autism facts

12. The lifelong cost per individual with Autism is estimated between $3-5 Million Dollars.  Wow!

Autism Matters Blog Hop for April Awareness  Jo Anne Hewins

The card base is Thick Whisper White 4 1/4 x 11 and scored at 5 1/2.  Use your bone folder to burnish the fold.

The colors associated with Autism awareness are red, yellow, and blue.  I used designer paper for this.  The Real Red and Daffodil Delight come from the Tutti Frutti 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper stack.  Pacific Point is from the Eastern Palace Specialty Designer Series Paper.  Each piece is 1 7/8 x 4 1/4.  You might need to trim the edge just a little with you snips.

Stamp the pens from the Crafting Forever stamp set in Memento Black on Whisper White.  Use the Layering Ovals Framelits to cut this out.  The Daffodil Delight scalloped oval is cut with the same dies.  Color one of the pens with the light and dark Daffodil Delight, the light Cherry Cobbler, and the light Night of Navy Blends.  Attach the ovals with dimensionals to the card.

I cut an additional 1/2 inch strip of the Real Red paper to a length of 3 1/4.  Notch the left end using the Tailored Tag Punch and attach the strip with dimensionals.  The sentiment is from the stamp set So Many Shells.  It is on the Retiring List.  Stamp this in Pacific Point ink and trim around it closely.  Attach to the red strip.

The finish off the card add Enamel Shapes in Real Red, Daffodil Delight, and Pacific Point.

Autism Matters inside of card

For the inside of the card I finished the statement from So Many Shells.  Stamp another pen on a Whisper White scrap, color it, cut it out, and glue to the card.  Blends would bleed through to the back of the card.

Autism Matters Blog Hop for April Jo Anne Hewins

Autism research needs our help.  Would you like to donate?

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So many people are affected by Autism.  Your donations could make a big difference.  Thank you so much!

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Thanks so much for reading my blog today.  Next up is Sarah.  Her projects are always so wonderful!

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DSP 5 12 x 6 packs

FREE designer series paper samples with a $50 purchase.  There are 12 samples in a pack measuring 5 1/2 x 6.  They are from Fresh Florals, Coffee Break, and Naturally Eclectic papers.  I have 8 packets.  After these, different papers will be used.  You must order online and use the HOST CODE:  SWCGHTCN.   Do not mark No Contact or I will not be able to send you your packet.  I would appreciate your orders!

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Jenny Hall

Love it, Jo Anne!

AutismMommy

Beautiful card, love the sentiments! Thank you so much for participating in this hop to help raise awareness! I have two young boys both with autism so this means the world to me!! Thank you❤️

Jo Anne Hewins

Thank you, Jenny.

Jo Anne Hewins

You are so welcome! You have my deepest respect. I'm sure some times can be stressful, but others so rewarding!

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