Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Giving Back during Covid-19



Through it's "Making a Difference" program Stampin' Up has just announced that it is offering a way of "giving back" during the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis, to support organizations that are helping COVID-19 frontline responders and communities vulnerable to the pandemic.  

Stampin' Up! has designed and is offering a 15 page PDF digital stamp set called "Share the Sunshine".  This digital stamp which is available for purchase by both demonstrators and customers, is packed with both lighthearted and thoughtful sentiments and imagery relevant to the unique COVID-19 and social distancing situation we are currently in.  

You can use this download in your cardmaking and papercrafting projects. Simply print the imagery on cardstock and cut it out using Stampin’ Up!’s Paper Trimmer, punches, or dies. Since we are physically distanced from each other, now is a perfect time to share sunshine with our friends and family by sending cards!

Purchase the Share Sunshine PDF Download for $12.00 US (the download will be charged in US dollars; your financial institution will convert the charge into your currency based on current exchange rates). Here is the link:  Share The Sunshine Downloads

Stampin' Up! will donate 100% of the proceeds raised from these sales to COVID-19 efforts through these organizations:

  • The World Health Organization’s COVID-Solidarity Response Fund

  • United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund

Note:  
The Share Sunshine PDF Download is a "non-shareable PDF and is for personal use only. Order the PDF and print your own.  When you purchase the PDF download, please remember not to share it with others, as this takes away from the organizations Stampin' Up! is trying to support!  Help Stampin' Up! make a difference today!

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