Thursday, February 4, 2010

Help provide relief for Haiti!


FEBRUARY'S CONSTANT CAMPAIGN

Our hearts go out to the victims of the earthquake in Haiti and we’re eager to help. I am excited to announce Close To My Heart’s February Constant Campaign, Hearts for Haiti—where YOU can get a great deal while doing great good for those affected by the devastation in Haiti.

From February 1-28, 2010, our 12” x 12” textured cardstock combo packs are buy one, get one FREE—and with every offer purchased, Close To My Heart will donate $2 US to Operation Smile’s Haiti relief efforts! 

Operation Smile is always a fantastic charitable partner—offering free facial reconstruction surgeries to needy children throughout the world. They’ve currently marshaled their medical teams and resources to provide emergency relief in Haiti, and the donations given as part of Hearts for Haiti will be used exclusively for Operation Smile’s efforts in Haiti. For more information on their on-the-ground response, you can visit www.operationsmile.org/haiti.

Here are the paper packs that qualify for this awesome campaign:

X5747, Basic (Bamboo, Black, Chocolate, Cocoa, Colonial White, Desert Sand) 

X5681, Spring Harmony (Amethyst, Baby Pink, Heavenly Blue, Key Lime, Sunkiss Yellow, Taffy)

X5745, Summer Celebration (Bubblegum, Citrus Leaf, Dutch Blue, Ocean, Topiary, Watermelon)

X5669, Autumn Harvest (Autumn Terracotta, Barn Red, New England Ivy, Outdoor Denim, Pansy Purple, Sunflower)

X5670, Winter Cozy (Blush, Crystal Blue, Honey, Petal, Sweet Leaf, Twilight)

Benefits of Textured Cardstock:
  • Textured on both sides.
  • Backside is the same color as the front, however, in a lighter shade, so you actually have double the colors in every pack!
  • White-core center, so you can sand the front and distress the paper, or brush it with ink to enhance the ridges.
  • Very versatile.
  • 24 sheets per pack, 6 colors, 4 sheets of each color.
GET ALL FIVE TODAY by contacting me or ordering through my website and help Haiti victims!

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