More Relay for Life Cards!

Hello Ladies!

You gals are blowing my mind with your generosity of spirit!  I asked you to send me some cards and wow!  You have sent me some gorgeous cards!  Here is the latest batch.


And the one before that:


And I have received messages from several of you that more are on the way!  Whoo Hoo!  I think we are going to raise a lot of money for Cancer my dear friends.  Remember, you have until April 6th to get your cards to me.  If they are postmarked by April 6th, they will be in this first drawing.  If you would like more information about the Relay for Life Card Contest, please click Right Here.


Ooops, I might have let something slip...Is there going to be a contest number 2?  Anyway, if you would like to win this wonderful prize of a Advanced Tape Glider and a Tape Glider Holder that you can decorate yourself.  Please send your cards by April 6th.


Mrs. Chriss Real
3303 Prowse Road
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732

Hugs!

4 comments:

  1. Chriss i am so glad you got my cards!! Glad to see you are getting so many!!
    Kristan

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  2. Sorry I missed to post to send cards I would have loved to do that. Hope you and Lou are well Chriss.
    Hugs,
    Judy

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  3. I am so glad that you received my cards. :) They are all just so beautiful and I hope they make many people smile and are able to help those in need.

    We went to our relay for life last night and watched my nephew walk the survivor lap. It is always such a blessing to be there and support him.

    Have a great weekend!

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  4. I'm glad my cards made it to you in time. I hope you make tons of money for the Cancer society!! Thanks again for helping in this fight against cancer.
    (:(:Smiles:):)

    Robin

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