I was excited to be invited to participate in the Turner’s Syndrome Awareness Instagram Card Auction by the event organizer, Lori Kobular.
Lori is organizing an auction on Instagram where she is featuring cards created by card makers that you can bid on to help her raise money for her Turner’s Syndrome Awareness efforts. She has a blog hop every year in February to help raise awareness and she has a lot of amazing sponsors.
I recently created a card to donate for her cause when she contacted me in May. It’s such a good cause and I’ve been participating in her blog hop and linky party for the last few years, of course I was delighted to be invited to participate in this.
I used this sweet little bunny from The Rabbit Hole Designs. I so loved the May release that I purchased the bundle. The bundle came beautifully packaged with a plastic storage pouch and lots of extra goodies tucked in with it!
I thought this little bunny was just the sweetest and I couldn’t wait to watercolor him. This set is called Bunny Kisses.
I used my Altenew Artist Watercolors and the new round Watercolor Brush set to create this card. I did add some clouds with my Maker Forte Slimline Cloud Stencil and some Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink.
I just thought this sentiment was just the sweetest sentiment. I couldn’t resist creating this little card for the auction.
I have no doubt that you will find several big name card makers who created cards for this event. I was delighted to be invited to be included. I feel like this is a worthy cause. We have friends who had a daughter with Turner’s Syndrome. She is an amazing and successful business woman in her mid-thirties!
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You can find the card auction HERE if you would like to browse the cards and designers. It is a very worthy cause to support!
You can find more information about Turner’s Syndrome HERE.
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