Hey everyone! I just wanted to pop in really quick and remind you of the amazing kit that was created to help a truly amazing family who is struggling with not only the loss of their precious baby, but financially as well. All of the proceeds from the sale of the kit will go directly to the family for whatever needs the see fit to fulfill. A Tribute to Tyler is a very cute and adorable little boy kit, but it is really versatile with the amount of elements provided. I used the kit to scrap a page of my children. This is one very special kit for a very special family who truly need your love and generosity this holiday season. Be sure to swing by Scrapable or Funky Playground to purchase this amazing kit! If you would like to read more about the Burdick family you may do so by visiting their CaringBridge site.
Hey everyone! I am truly sorry about my really short entry the other day. I have been extremely busy trying to prepare for Thanksgiving and failed to post all of the previews for the kit.
A Tribute to Tyler is still available at Scrapable and Funky Playground. It is truly an amazing kit and such a steal at only $10. There are over 100 papers and 100 elements. All of the proceeds go to Tyler's family to help them in their time of need. Tyler's Dad was let go from his employer while he was away taking care of his very ill son. Their story truly touched me to my core. It is devastating what they are having to endure this holiday season. You can read their story on their CaringBridge site.
Below you will find a preview of the full kit, the ad made from the contents of the kit, and a bonus alpha created by me. Remember all proceeds from the sale of the kit go to Tyler's family, who I am sure will greatly appreciate the help.
A Tribute to Tyler was created in loving memory of little Tyler Burdick who has lost his angel wings, but continues to touch many hearts. 31 very generous designers have come together to create this amazing kit. There are over 100 papers and elements, 7 alphas, plus styles, templates and wordart. It is full of all things boy! Everything from cars, trucks, planes, robots, and dinosaurs. You get all of this for a very low price of $10. Yep, you read it right! $10!! Tribute to Tyler is available at Scrapable and Funky Playground.
This kit is truly a work of art and absolutely needs to be in everyone's scrapping arsenal. All proceeds from the sale of this kit will be donated to the Burdick family, for whatever needs they have. To read more about Tyler and the Burdick family's story please visit their CaringBridge site.
Hey everyone! I am so sorry it has been forever and a day since I have posted. Things around here have been extremely hectic with baby #3 on the way. Anyway, I wanted to share some news that is going around the digi-scrap community.
A little over a month ago I stumbled across a family who was facing devastating circumstances via a friends Facebook update. I personally do not know this family, but there story touched me so much, especially considering I am a parent myself. This family has three boys, one of which was diagnosed with Leukemia at the age of 4 months. He went into remission and then relapsed when he was 2. Sadly they lost their sweet boy not to long ago. The Father lost his job while being away to care for his son. So not only have they lost one of their children, they also have no income.
Since there story had touched me so, I asked a dear friend of mine if she would head up a charity collab kit for this family. My dear friend gladly accepted the challenge and has been working very hard to attract as many designers as she can to help with this very special kit. All the proceeds of this kit, minus fees, will be going to the family for whatever expenses or needs they have that still need to be met. A Tribute to Tyler will be hitting the digi-scrap stores hopefully this weekend.
I am asking for everyone's help in passing the word on this very special kit. It really is going to helps some wonderful people who are faced with the tragedy of losing a child. All help is greatly appreciated. If you would like to read more about their story, please feel free to visit their CaringBridge site.