Wednesday, October 8, 2014

WOYWW! and HYCCT


Hello and Welcome to What's on Your Work Desk Wednesday!   Each week Julia at Stamping Ground sends us around the world  via the ever faithful Mister Linky for peeks inside one another's work spaces.  It's been a few weeks since I have posted but I made it today and I can't wait to see what's on your work desk this week!

I have been playing along with Splitcoaststampers HYCCT.  Every day during the month of October there is a new challenge at Splitcoaststampers Hope You Can Cling To Challenge Forum.  There are fabulous prizes to be won for participating but of course the real reason we play is to bring HOPE to the patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX.

Here is what is on my desk right now as I am in the process of preparing my completed cards so that they can be mailed to MD Anderson Cancer Center for patients, friends and family to use.
  


First week of HYCCT:










You know Storm had to get in the act!


Thanks for looking!

16 comments:

  1. Love the sunflower card ---and the beautiful cat!
    nann 53

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  2. Beautiful cards Angie. DW does this every year at the cancer center that her mother went to. The cards are always appreciated. They are always looked for at the same time each year. It is so nice that you do this for those in need to let them know that they are not alone. - Jim

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  3. What beautiful cards and what a wonderful cause. Have a great day! Sandy Leigh #54

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  4. Oh your cards are lovely. Your kitty looks happy too. Peg 45

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  5. Oh, Angie, now that's one beautiful desktop! I love each of your cards, and they are going to be LOVED and be so welcomed by those who need encouragement! Beautiful, sweet friend! Hugs!

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  6. All your beautiful cards for such a wonderful cause, Angie!!! I donate almost all my cards to charity and it's so nice to know that it will brighten someone's day somewhere!!!
    Love your darling Storm inspecting what's going on!!!

    Have a lovely day!!
    Hugz

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  7. Lovely selection of cards and I can see Storm approves of them too.

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  8. fun. you wouldn't want to see my desk today though. :D

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  9. What gorgeous cards - they will be so appreciated. I especially love the cute little panda. Happy WOYWW, Chris # 23

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  10. More gorgeous cards Angie but I do love the balloon card with the clouds.
    Happy crafting, Angela x 39

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  11. All your cards are beautiful, but that sunflower card is stunning! What a great collection!
    Happy WOYWW!
    Angie #67

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  12. What beautiful cards! Some of the sentiments are really special and would go down well with people in hospital. It's lovely of you to give them to the cancer centre. I am a cancer surviver myself and it is humbling to see what nice things people do. Thank you.
    Sorry I'm late this week. I was busy last night.
    Thank you for letting me look over your shoulder.
    Have a good week,
    Lisca#35

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  13. so very busy you have been...a beautiful busy! Wish I could play, but I just don't have it in me right now. I love all of your beauteous creations tho! :)

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  14. These are fantastic! I am so behind on mine, but I hope to catch up! I try to make them all every year since they are sent to the hospital where my mother-in-law received her care.

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  15. What gorgeous cards, all of them, Angie! Nice kitty too. I am sure all these cards will bring comfort to cancer sufferers and their families alike.

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #32

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  16. Good for you Angie! Your cards are wonderful - I am totally in love with the panda one, the third one, and the little purse. Great stuff!!! Hugz

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