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Stampin' Up! and Ronald McDonald House Charities

If you are a follower of my blog, you know that I am a volunteer at one of two Ronald McDonald Houses in downtown Orlando. There are six area demonstrators, including myself, that take turns to provide guests of the Ronald McDonald House a few hours of papercrafting fun.  Our goal is create an environment in which House guests will be able to enjoy creative expression in the comfort of their "home-away-from-home".

Last week, my friend and fellow demonstrator, Karen, and I headed off to the Kuhl St House and set up shop.  We each had a card guests could make and spent the next two hours engaging numerous House guests in the art of rubber stamping.  We were very busy and time went by quickly, but I was able to snap a few photos towards the end of the night.

These two cuties were fabulous artists.  Given the chance, they would have stamped for days!  I see two future demonstrators...

Here's a proud Papa!  Surprisingly, we have quite a few men join us each month at our stamp table and we love it!  I forgot this gentleman's name, but at one point, he and his entire family were stamping with us.  We were very popular for awhile! Don't you just love his smile?

Here's Mom and Grandma...they too loved to stamp.  When the mom completed both of the projects, she looked at me and said, "What's next?".  I wish I had endless projects for them to do!

And, finally, here's me and my stampin' buddy, Karen, after a long, but fun night with the House guests.

Do you have interest in being a part of this fantastic opportunity?  I would love to have you join my team so you, too, can join me at the Ronald McDonald House.  Stampin' Up! is about more than stamps and ink... contact me at [email protected] so I can share with you the numerous opportunities (and blessings!) that owning your own stamping business can provide.

Be blessed!

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