Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Introducing Create HOPE Designs...$5 Patterns for Charity

I'm still plugging away reading hundreds of SAT essays...but Kristy from Hopeful Threads contacted me and asked me help get the word out about a great opportunity to help those in need and get a sweet pattern for yourself.

I am excited to share a newly developed pattern company with you called Create H.O.P.E. Designs

The purpose of this new
outreach is to provide on-going funds to support orphan care worldwide,
and the plan is to do this by selling unique, high-quality PDF patterns for only $5 each.
They have just launched their first patterns available for purchase to support China Little Flower a hospice home for orphan's in China.

The A+ Art Portfolio is one of the patterns that Kristy from Hopeful Threads contributed and is a perfect gift item for any little budding artist in your life....especially with the holidays just ahead!

It has laminate fabric on the inside so wet brushes won't soil the portfolio.

 Also has plenty of additional storage pockets and carrying handles so one can take it with them wherever they find their inspiration!

This easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial is packed with colorful pictures to guide you through the entire process.

It's ONLY $5 and all the proceeds go to support the amazing work of China Little Flower!

Home sewers are more than welcome to sell products made using the A+ Art Portfolio tutorial as well....if you do, it'd be really great if you could offer a portion of the proceeds back to China Little Flower to show your continued support and gratitude!

There are lots of other fun patterns available, so take a minute to hop over to Create H.O.P.E. Designs and check out the first round of patterns available for purchase!
Create Hope Designs
You'll be glad you did!
Each purchase is making a difference in the life of a precious child in need!

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