Autism Matters Blog Hop

I am so honored today to be a part of a blog hop to bring awareness to Autism.  As you hop around the blogs today, I hope you learn more about Autism and are moved to donate.  Together we can make a difference!

Did you know, approximately 67 million people worldwide are affected by Autism.

For my card today I start off with Pacific Point cardstock.  I took a 4-1/2″ Whisper White square and cut it in half diagonal.

I used the Sealed with Love stamp set and stamped the solid heart in two rows along the diagonal of the Whisper White in Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Pacific Point, and Marina Mist ink.

I stamped the “Celebrate” from the Happy Celebrations stamp set in Versamark ink after rubbing the Embossing Buddy over the area.  I sprinkled White Embossing Powder over it and heat embossed it using the heat tool.  I added a few Daffodil Delight enamel circles at either end of the sentiment.



Now click on the names below to hop around and see what everyone created and to learn more about Autism.  Happy hopping!

  1. Brian King
  2. Julie DiMatteo
  3. Sandi MacIver
  4. Mary Deatherage
  5. Lydia Fiedler
  6. Kim Vogel
  7. Amy Koenders
  8. Linda Geiger
  9. Lisa Cruicio
  10. Candy Ford
  11. Lisa Pretto
  12. Jari Francis
  13. Jaimie Babarczy <– You Are Here
  14. Beth Hooper
  15. Sue Prather


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10 thoughts on “Autism Matters Blog Hop

  1. Wow! Such a fun, bright card. I can’t believe your patience in creating that heart border so neatly aligned at an angle no less. Thanks for sharing this important cause with us.


  2. Good use of the colors; they make a very happy, cheerful card. Thanks for sharing the fact on autism–that’s a lot of people affected…hope the hop raises lots of funds for research and awareness!


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