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June is for Generosity - Take what you make and give it away

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  • My neighbor and friend has taught Sunday School and VBS for about 60 developmentally disabled adults for about 10 or so years. The youngest of her “kids” is about 20 I believe and the oldest is 73. I learned how to make some light up cards and felt that the kids in her class would get a kick out of these light up crosses. You just press on the bottom of the cross and the yellow cross in the center lights up. I made some stickers for them to decorate the back of the card a little as well (they love to decorate things). Can’t wait so see their faces light up! LOTS of work (I made 60) but I had a BALL making them.

    Andrea on
  • Christmas cards become my main focus beginning in about October.
    I make as many as I can to send over for our deployed troops.
    Last year was about 150 cards. I am so thankful for the men and woman who serve our country, too often giving all they can for we who reap the benefits of their service.

    Rebecca L Gay on
  • made a heritage album for my brother who was named after our grandfather.

    fran grillo on
  • I made a patriotic flag card for the 4th of July and attached a American flag pin for our monthly family breakfast. I try to bring something every month since I am the only crafter.this is my craft for June.

    Mary Keene on
  • I made a patriotic flag for the 4th of July and attached a American flag pin for our monthly family breakfast. I try to bring something every month since I am the only crafter.this is my craft for June.

    Mary Keene on

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