When our loved ones are diagnosed with cancer and are undergoing treatments, we look for ways to reach out to help them as much as possible. Sending a message of hope is sometimes the best medicine we can give. Sending personalized greeting cards to them is one of the easiest ways to connect with someone as they are going through treatments. There’s something in the healing power of your spirit to read card after card knowing that someone is thinking of you as you are facing cancer. My sweet uncle sent a card every day to my other uncle while he went through treatments, it gave him something to look forward to tomorrow, a message of love, strength and hope!
Here’s some info about the Hope Lodge…
Welcome to the Small Hands Creating Hope project!
We are so excited to be a part of this wonderful fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, and to be working with an incredibly talented group of bloggers who focus on creative and thoughtful activities for kids! Each of us has worked with our children, students or in our case even parents to create a craft that could be made by or for someone facing cancer. The projects in this book are stunning, and several include tutorials so that you can use to recreate the crafts at home with your own children or students!
Both of my children created this special greeting card for the Small Hands Creating Hope project. This is an idea of a card that you can easily create for a loved one who’s going through cancer treatment or for patients staying at the Hope Lodge. A full tutorial for our Greeting Card Project is included in the Small Hands Creating Hope Book.
Here’s a peek at what we created…
We are sending the ebook version of this book out to anyone who donates at least $15 to the American Cancer society. An email with the download link, as well as a second link that allows you to purchase a hard copy of the book for an additional $10.52 will be sent once we receive your donation. If you donate but do not receive this email for any reason, or if you have trouble with the download, email smallhandsproject at gmail dot com.The button below will take you directly to the our team page at the American Cancer Society, where you can make your donation.
14 May Mama Smiles
15 May Artsy Craftsy Mom
Rainbows Within Reach
16 May B. Inspired, Mama!
17 May Rainy Day Mum
18 May Inspiration Laboratories
19 May Experimenting Mom
20 May Mama Mia’s Heart2Heart
21 May NurtureStore
22 May Living Montessori Now
23 May Mess for Less
24 May Having Fun at Home and CraftoArt
25 May Outlaw Mom
26 May Angelique Felix and Sense of Wonder
27 May Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
28 May Duck Duck Octopus
29 May Smiling like Sunshine
30 May Mommy with Selective Memory
31 May One Perfect Day
1 June The Educators’ Spin On It
2 June Kids Stuff World
3 June Rainy Day Mum
4 June Teach Preschool
5 June Dirt and Boogers
6 June Creative Connections for Kids and The Golden Gleam
7 June Montessori Tidbits
8 June Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
9 June The Iowa Farmer’s Wife
10 June Scribble Doodle and Draw
11 June Learn with Play
12 June Kitchen Counter Chronicles
13 June CRAYON Freckles
14 June Glittering Muffins
15 June Wise Owl Factory
16 June Crafty Maa
18 June Lessons Learnt Journal
20 June Growing a Jeweled Rose
21 June Growing Play
23 June JDaniel4′s Mom
Thank you for your support!
Let’s start this summer by following the American Cancer Society’s Advice on
Be Safe In the Sun , especially with our children!
We invite you to stop by our Parenting with Purpose post about Why to Encourage your child to be a part of a Project like this . Creating Hope with Kids