Recognition

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop - Choose to Bloom with Joy Clair Stamps




Hello and welcome!
Today starts the Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop and I am very honored to participate along with some of my teammates from the Joy Clair design team.  




Joy Clair Stamps is one of the sponsors of this hop and is offering a prize as well as many other wonderfully generous companies in the crafty world.  If you don't know about this syndrome, please check out the link above and you can also find more informations HERE.  This hop was created by Lori Kobular and her dear friend Donna Ellis.

Donna and Lori have become united in a desire to bring an awareness about TS, and vital information to others, by creating and organizing this annual blog hop with many of our creatively supportive friends.  

 Link to the hop

This hop will be from Feb. 1st to Feb. 7th and I hope you can participate.  Besides bring much needed awareness to Turner Syndrome several companies have generously donated prized that are up for grabs.
Here's the inspiration the designers used for the hop.   




Here's another look at the card I created for the hop:




I used one of my favorite Joy Clair sets ever called "Friends & Flowers."   I just love that truck and all the sentiments are useful for so many different occasions.  And some of the sentiments fit perfectly on the truck license plate and tailgate too. 

I have linked my supplies below if you are interested in them.
(Click on the blue links below the item's picture to be taken directly to the product.)

Here's a closer look at my card:





 Wonder why the butterfly is the symbol that has come to represent Turner Syndrome Girls  Just like a butterfly, they are considered fragile and beautiful miracles.  Because it represents femininity, strength, and uniqueness, the butterfly was designated by TSSUS to become the Turner Syndrome symbol.  

"Butterflies fly on their own which is our hope for our girls."

Want to know more about Turner Syndrome?  Click HERE!






I have used some affiliate links in my post, what does this mean? If you click on some the blue links, not the photos, below and shop from them, I will receive a small commission from the sale which is no additional cost to you but compensates me for using the product and my time. Thanks so much!


JC Friends & Flowers
JC Friends & Flowers
Shop at:
SSS | JC
PFS Indigo Hills
PFS Indigo Hills
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SSS
Nuvo Silver Moon Dust
Nuvo Silver Moon Dust
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SSS |  SC
Stampendous Wht EP
Stampendous Wht EP
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SSS |  SC
Versamark Ink
Versamark Ink
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SSS |  SC
MB Dotted Rectangle dies
MB Dotted Rectangle dies
Shop at:
SSS
Mini Misti
Mini Misti
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SSS |  SC
Hero Arts Heat Tool
Hero Arts Heat Tool
Shop at:
SSS |  SC
Embossing Magic Pad
Embossing Magic Pad
Shop at:
SSS |  KS
GKD Connect Glue
GKD Connect Glue
Shop at:
SSSKS
PS Butterfly Sprinkles (ret)
PS Butterfly Sprinkles (ret)
Shop at:
FS
Tombo Mono Glue
Tombo Mono Glue
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SSS

49 comments:

  1. Wow!! Your card is so delicate and lovely, it is so touching! I really love the soft colors and that wonderful sentiment! Thank you so much for joining us in this awareness blog hop! Hugs!

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  2. A beautiful card and a sentiment we all should adhere to. [Bunny]

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  3. Gorgeous card this is so delicate.
    Hugs Sheryl xx

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  4. Your card is so pretty and I love that sentiment! I do love butterflies and this is another reason to love them even more!

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  5. Angie, I am in love with your gorgeous card and the lovely sentiment to go with the freedom of butterflies. It's a wonderful card! Thank you so much for participating in the TSA blog hop and helping your followers become knowledgeable about this condition.
    Smiles and Crafty Hugs,
    Donna Ellis
    {Creative Smiles - my little crafting world}

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  6. So beautiful Angie! Love your design style! Thanks so much for helping spread the word about Turner Syndrome! GREAT JOB!

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  7. Absolutely stunning! Love your card.
    lynn

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  8. A beautiful card and sentiment for these special, miracle girls. I love that paper.

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  9. Thank you so much for participating in this hop to help spread the word for AWARENESS of Turner's Syndrome! GORGEOUS creation, I especially love the lovely branches and how the faded elements draw my eye into the movement of the butterflies!

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  10. Such a sweet card, love the subtle background.

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  11. Your card is so beautiful! Love the depth you've created with the images and your sentiment is so lovely! Thank you so much for sharing your creation! HUGS, *Vicki* - my blog: Stamped Smiles

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  12. so wonderful card!
    love that sentiment!

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  13. What a perfect card design for this awareness blog. It is so gorgeous and the colors, flowers and butterflies are wonderful!

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  14. Such an elegant card yet so delicate x thanks for sharing x

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  15. Beautiful cards, Angie - thanks for sharing

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  16. Beautiful design! I LOVE those tiny butterflies! I am so happy that this hop is educating and bringing awareness to Turner Syndrome! Hopefully, we can raise money and help!

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  17. This is so beautiful and I love the dainty butterflies. They are a wonderful symbol for TS.

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  18. Love your card, so stylish and the most beautiful butterfly ever!!!

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous card! So classically beautiful.

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  20. Wowza Angie :) These butterflies are definitely airborne on this card!!! Such an elegant and sophisticated card! Thanks for spreading the awareness and inspiring me too :)

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  21. Your card is beautiful. Love the background and those adorable butterflies.

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  22. Such a beautiful card! I love how delicate the branches look and how you achieved such subtle layers!

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  23. Your card is so delicate and beautiful and I love your explanation of why the butterfly is the symbol of TS awareness

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  24. What a s delicate and girly card! The sentiment is encouraging to all and so fitting for these little miracles with TS!

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  25. Your card is beautiful! Thanks for sharing your creativity and helping to spread awareness of Turner Syndrome. This is my first time learning about it. What a worthy blog hop!

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  26. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Love this delicate take on the mood board, the leaves of the different colors are so intricate and feminine. Really stunning card!

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  28. Love all the pretty butterflies!

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  29. Love the little butterflies and the beautiful card

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  30. Angie, Such a delicate creation much like the Turner Syndrome women! Thank you for sharing your delightful creation to help spread the knowledge of TS.
    Hugs,
    Jan

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  31. Elegant looking card! Love the design and colors!
    Thanks for sharing information on TS.

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  32. The leaves are so pretty....I love how simple this card is. Gorgeous

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  33. Lovely card...I too was wondering why butterflies representing TS...got it know here,thanks again!!

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  34. I came wanting to learn more about those colored leaves but looking at your supply list, I assume they came from the paper pack. It is a really pretty card.

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  35. Beautifully designed card for the hop AND so very pretty!
    Diane {Nellies Nest}

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  36. Your card is lovely, and inspiring.

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  37. A beautiful design of butterflies. So pretty.
    Hugs
    Berni
    chasingthedream.

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  38. This is so soft and beautiful!! Love that sweet sentiment!

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  39. Such a lovely clean and simple card.
    Nadine - My Scrap n' Stuff

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  40. BEAUTIFUL card!
    A DELIGHTFUL sentiment and design to CELEBRATE the MIRACLE girls living with TS that we are learning about.
    THANK YOU for sharing and supporting the Turner Syndrome Awareness Blog Hop :)

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  41. A lovely card! Thank you for sharing the info on this hop. I had no idea how many girls were affected and the health problems it causes.

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  42. so pretty with the butterflies and I like the colors.

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  43. Quite beautiful! Love the design and beautiful sentiment!

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  44. Such a sweet card!
    That sentiment is perfect for
    the theme of the hop.

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  45. Stunning card. Love the wash of color in background and the 3-D butterflies.

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  46. Angie...you never disappoint! This card is gorgeous!! But all your cards are. LOL Very happy to have done this hop with you!

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  47. How beautiful!! Love the background stamping and the gorgeous leaves and butterflies.
    Thank you for your part in this important hop!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  48. That is such a beautiful sentiment and so true. Your card is lovely and just perfect for this blog hop. Thank you for raising awareness of Turner Syndrome. Hugs ~ Lena

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  49. stunning!
    Thank you for raising awareness about TS.

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