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World Card Making Day Design Team Blog Hop and Giveaway

Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on

What's the best way to celebrate World Card Making Day?? Well, it's to learn how to make your own cards! We are having a good ole card making blog hop! Several of our the Design Team Members are showcasing non-A2 size cards to inspire us and to remind us that the best gifts come from the heart, hands and our own creativity.  So get out there and try making a card for today's for the event.  The only limit to a card is your imagination, so gather up those supplies, create and send your friends and family a homemade card to celebrate World Card Making Day! 


Win a $25 Gift certificate to Maymay Made It online store. 

It is so simple to enter! Just leave a comment on this post to answer this question: 

When has a card made a difference in your life? Either receiving one or giving one? 

The contest will begin on Saturday, October 7th at Noon CST and will end October 7th at Midnight CST. We will pick lucky winners using at the end of the giveaway and post the winners names on all of the Maymay Made It social media outlets.

~Entrants must be 18yrs old or have a parent's permission. This contest is open internationally. 

*Facebook is in no way affiliated with this giveaway, entrants must be 18 or older or have parents’ permission to enter. This contest is open internationally.

**One of our Admins, Tamatha Luehrs will be monitoring all comments and contest entries.


 Links to the Design Team Videos: 


Tracy Phillips:

Stacy Williams:

Georgia Gibbs Carl:

Sarmin Lancaster:

Crystal Cleveland:

We want to see the cards you make today! So remember to head on over to our Facebook group Maymay Made It and So Did I to post your cards made today!. You can also showcase your project on our Customer Gallery on the website.

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  • I left my comment on the post but if I did it wrong, here it is again.
    Making Valentine Cards for Mel B’s Childrens’ Hospitals changed my life by giving me a reason to help bring a smile to little peoples lives. It was a great experience! Thank youMayMay for bring it to my atten

    Michelle Sorensen on
  • Cards in general have made a difference in my life by creating more personal contact with my family. Two for a dollar at Dollar Tree is way cheaper, but the anticipation that my family shows for their next card is priceless. I shared the craft with a couple of my grandchildren and last year’s artfully hand drawn Christmas card from my oldest grandson, is the most priceless gift of all.

    MarciaC on
  • One day I was going through a box of papers that I had of my mother’s after she passed away. I came across a Mother’s Day card I had sent to her. I looked on the back of the card and saw something written on it. She had written, “I love you Brenda.” Wow, I was filled with so much emotion and the tears fell freely. This act of love on her part touched me so intensely. She knew that I would find that message someday. Mother has been gone 14 years now. I miss her everyday. This card still makes a difference in my life, I treasure it so much.

    Brenda Maxwell on
  • I started years back keeping cards that have been given to me. My baby (only sibling) passed away unexpectedly in her sleep at the age of 30,. When emotionally I can, I like to pull the cards out and read them. It makes the person I have lost seem near.

    Donna on
  • When I had my surgery, made me know people were thinking of me

    Renee Gillis on

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