Last month on 15 May UK Demonstrators were invited by HQ to participate in a Day of Service for the Wycombe Homeless Connection.
The Wycombe Homeless Connection provide advice and support to those facing homelessness at their support centre in High Wycombe. They run legal drop-in sessions for people requiring legal aid to fight evictions, fortnightly. Each year, they run the Wycombe Winter Night Shelter, which acts as a life-saving measure for local rough sleepers, providing them with temporary accommodation during Britain’s hardest and coldest months. They have a small, dedicated team of staff and local volunteers, helping to fight against homelessness in High Wycombe. Those volunteers give up their spare time to support this project throughout the year. Stampin' Up!'s aim was to say a huge "Thank You" to those who volunteer and the aim was to make approximately 400 "Thank You" cards.
I asked my team if they would like to be involved in a team effort to help meet the quota of 400 and I am proud to say that they stepped up to the mark.
Below are photographs of all their hard work - and I think their cards were just simply wonderful. I have a very talented team and I am proud of all of them!
So - here we go:-
First up I have a selection of cards made by Sue Bishop who has a Blog over at
The following set of cards were designed and created by the lovely Karen Sinclair. Karen, like me, takes a lot of her inspiration from Pinterest and she wanted me to point out that some of her beautiful cards were CASED from cards she spotted there:-
Last, but not least, this wonderful assortment comes from Wendy Porter, who set a similar task for her own team, the Crafty Piglets !
I understand that Stampin' Up!'s UK Office was inundated with cards from Demonstrators from all over the UK, who were eager to participate and help this worthy cause. This is what makes me feel very proud to be a demonstrator.
Thank you for taking to the time to stop by today. I hope you can find inspiration from my team's lovely cards.
Have a super day and...... "Happy Stampin!" everybody.