January 9, 2013

I feel the Love Project


Today I am participating in the "I feel the Love Project" , the whole world was effected by this insanity and devastated for the what the parents were about to go through who lost their precious children, then husbands and children that lost their moms.

Madison writes
In loving memory, the I feel the Love Project would like to pay tribute to Victoria Leigh Soto (Vicki), a first grade teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary. She lost her life on 12.14.12, but six or seven (still to be confirmed) students in her classroom survived that day because of her selfless actions. It is those students that we will be making cards for this month. They are not to be forgotten. They too have suffered a tremendous loss and have experienced a tragedy that will forever change their lives. We will be making Valentine's Day cards/cards with hearts on them for these wonderful kids. All projects should be colorful and uplifting. These children are all first grade students.  

In addition, we will be collecting cards for Ms. Soto's family. These can be pretty blank cards, thinking of you cards, or any appropriate, uplifting cards that one would send to a family member after a loss. Please be sure to sign your cards. Ms. Soto's family members include her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Soto (Carlos and Donna); her sisters, Jillian and Carlee; and her brother, Carlos Matthew. Among Ms. Soto's favorite things are the color green and flamingos. 

If you would like to be a part of this project...

All you need to do is:

Submit your card/s by January 31st to:

Madison Womack
IFTL Project
P.O. Box 1203
Atascadero, CA 93423
I choose to do a card for  both a Grade one student and Ms. Soto's family...hopefully I will have time to do at least 3. 
Here is my first card:
Easel Card
*Note I am using my own digital I created on my card and you can get this digital at www.creativebugdigis.com for just a dollar starting Monday!!!!!

I hope you join this heart breaking cause

Have a great day.


jessica said...

What a sweet card Naomi and I think what you ladies are doing is awesome!! these cards with bring so much joy to these sweet angels!!
Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT hump day!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

What a wonderful cause!! I just loveeeeeeeee your card!!! Soooooooooooo cute!! I love love love the colors and that easel design is awesome!!

Anonymous said...

I will join this cause if at all possible. I love what you made. You have such cute images.

Sherrie K. said...

What a wonderful cause to participate in. Your card is so adorable and it is surely to put a smile on someones face. Your digi is so sweet Naomi! Love it! Have a great day my friend!
Sherrie K

Karon said...

Such a super card and so thoughtful - love the feather and your image is fab!! Hugs, Karon.

Lisa said...

What an absolutely gorgeous card, Naomi, for such a great cause!! That image is so sweet and adorable!! I love the feather and the easel design!! Simply fabulous my friend!! And you are so sweet to do this, too!! Happy Wednesday :)

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Creative M said...

Hi Naomi,Your Easel card is so SWEET!Adorable image!Love the touch of the blue feather!!!AWESOME!
It will bring a bright & big smile on the recipients face.LOVE!LOVE!LOVE!
Sending a HUGE amount of bloggie love to you,Michael & Troy,

Em Louise Fairley said...

Such a cute card! My heart breaks every time I think of everyone involved. So, so sad. Hugs xxx

Karen said...

Every IFTL collection is extraordinary and your faithful participation proves to be such a blessing to so many, my dear friend! :o) This card is bursting with so much love that it will instantly embrace those sweet children (and their parents)! Your digi is adorable and I am just enamored with all of the hearts within the card design. :o) Always know how much your work brightens fragile hearts! :o)

Hugs and blessings!

DIANA L. said...

rd is beautiful!

Madison said...

Naomi, this card is precious. It is just the sweetest thing. I love the Digi you created. It is amazing. This card just makes me smile and I know it will be a blessing to the child who receives it. thank you again for all that you do for the IFTL Project.

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