Saturday, September 27, 2014

Sunshine Mail

It's been a while since I've created cards for the Sunshine Mail Foundation, however I pulled their current requests list last month and made a card for each of the children on the list. The description of the recipient helped me pull items from my stash for the cards - two of the little girls liked the color pink, one liked horses, and another one's favorite character was Minnie Mouse.


I had seen a card in a magazine that had shapes punched out of a paint chip, so I borrowed that idea for cards for the two boys on the list.

 

The Sunshine Mail Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides children in need comfort, support and joy through free Sunshine Mail Care Packages. Sunshine Mail is filled with handmade cards and postcards, a new stuffed animal, a coloring book and crayons. Packages are delivered to children in need including hospitals, homeless shelters and foster care.

8 comments:

Sian said...

Making cards is good fun, but making cards with a purpose like this is much, much better. What a fantastic charity. Those cards are going too be very much appreciated.

Barbara Eads said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing. Your cards are fabulous! Anyone receiving them will surely smile!

Karen said...

How wonderful that you had such perfect papers to match the requests! Great job, and a great cause!

Sandra said...

What lovely cards and for a very very worthy cause

Missus Wookie said...

What a wonderful charity and cards. I like the paint chip cards nicely clean and colourful.

Tammy said...

Awesome cards! Great cause too. Will check it out. :)

Becky said...

What a wonderful idea and your cars are lovely.

alexa said...

I am sure these will be much appreciated and enjoyed, and thank-you for the links and bringing it to us ...