January is Thyroid Awareness Month.
The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) has marked Thyroid
Awareness Month for more than 20 years to raise public awareness of the need for
preventive screening and early detection of thyroid disease. Blogging friend Milka is
doing her part by hosting a blog hop from January 5th thru the 30th.
She's gathered 25 friends worldwide to emphasize the importance of the thyroid
gland and the problems that occur when it's not working properly. The thyroid gland
is shaped like a butterfly so we were asked to incorporate a butterfly or butterflies on
our projects. Here is my card for the hop.
I white embossed the sentiment from WPlus9 and ink distressed in rainbow order, then
offset the panel on a white card base. I finished off the card with three blue butterflies.
The blog hop runs daily through January 30th. Here's a list of all the participants,
Some designers are having a giveaway on their blog, so be sure to check every day
for your chance to win.
Milka Gubo (5th)Imke Ludwig (6th)
Jane Taylor (7th)
Kaja Vezenšek (8th)
Samantha Mann (9th)
Andreja Lampe (10th)
Анна Коссаковская (Anna Kossakovskaya) (11th)
Ksenija Rizova (12th)
Valentina Bizjak (13th)
Ale Suta (14th)
Kristina Pavlović (15th)
Tanja Kabel (16th)
Željka Jurkovic-Grizic (17th)
Donna Mikasa (18th) --You're here!
Sabrina Lamarina (19th)
Darnell Knauss (20th)
Nonni Niskanen (21st)
Larissa Walgemoed (22nd)
Dunja Trautmann (23rd)
Neha Bhatt (24th)
Beverley Brown (25th)
Naz Sasayakiglitter (28th)
Sue Hastead (29th)
Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) (30th)
*** GIVEAWAY ***
I would like to offer the "gently used" stamp set that I used for my card, together with
the matching dies. Simply leave a comment here by January 31st, and I'll announce
the winner a few days after.. I'll even add the card and a few extra goodies!
If you don't have a blog, please be sure to leave your email address in the comment
section so I have a way of contacting you if you're the winner.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and kudos to Milka for organizing this
hop to promote awareness and possibly save lives, too.And remember: Check your neck!