Sunday, January 31, 2010

Crop out Diabetes online crop - going on now!

Please join us for the Crop Out Diabetes On Line Crop, going on now! For a small donation (minimum of $5.00), you can participate in up to 24 challenges, all with prizes!

Did you know that diabetes affects 2.23 million Americans? In 2005, the World Health Organization says, 1.1 million people died of diabetes. All proceeds go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research foundation. Find out how to participate at: http://www.cropoutdiabetes.blogspot.com/

Here's why you should participate:

1) It's for a great cause! And when was the last time you attended a crop for $5.00?

2) It's fun! Were having such a cold winter here, and perhaps you would like to avoid housework while your stuck at home? Here's your chance.

3) You'll get pages and cards done. Have you made a scrapbook new years resolution? Let this crop, kick start your goal!

4) Chance for a prize are great! Prizes winners are drawn randomly, so all you have to do is make a donation, a page or card and post your pictures and you are in the drawing.

5) It's easy! You don't have to leave the house, just check out the blog. Click on the donate button to the left and make a donation via paypal. When we receive your donation we will send you an invite to join our private forum.

6)Create your page or card, take a picture and post it. Sit back and wait for drawings on February 7, 2010.

7) There are execlusive freebies for participants, including digital scrapbooking items, and cut files.

Thanks for your help!

5 comments:

Clare D. said...

Thought of more reasons
7) You make new scraping friends online!
8) You'll be inspired!
Thanks Sara!

Marie said...

I can't wait to join this fun challenge crop this week.
thanks for hosting for such a great cause. I mad a donation. now waiting for the email

Julie said...

I'm so excited for this, a good cause and getting scrapping done. Thanks for putting it together!

Cristen said...

I made my donation just wain on my email yahooo

Mike Hussey said...

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