Recently, I became a member of a new group on facebook- Cards for a Cause- India, which was formed by the crafters Tejal Mehta Shah and Varshitha Nagarajan. There are many card makers and such groups in many parts of the world, run by some noble minds who work tirelessly to spread some happiness and love to those less fortunate or to those going through tough times, by sending them cards. But there was no such community in India. Being card makers, I'm sure we all know how a sweet little hand made card or gesture can bring much needed happiness and positivity. I feel privileged to be a part of such a group, hoping to contribute my efforts whenever I can.
Sharing the cards I made for a couple of causes:
The first one is a sympathy card I made for Heidi Swapp, who recently lost her son. If you have been making cards and blogging, I'm sure you must be knowing about Heidi, a very talented scrapbooking artist and stamp designer. I'm so sorry for your loss, Heidi. Sending out my prayers for you and your family.
The second card was made for a 4-year old lovely girl, Twisha, who was born with a rare disorder called as Long Gap Oesophageal Atresia, which means she was born with an incomplete food pipe and has undergone innumerable surgeries for the same, since her birth. She recently underwent a surgery in a hospital in the USA and is recovering. Wishing her a speedy recovery.
If you wish to know more about this cause, here's the link to the facebook page>> Save Our Twisha
I hope my cards reach them in a good condition and help bring some positivity to their lives.
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