Scattering Joy & Sharing Handmade Kindness

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    Friendly Fox + Valentine’s Day

    Happy Valentine’s Day! In celebration of this special “love day” occasion, I have a sweet Valentine’s Day card tutorial to share with you, featuring the adorable little Friendly Fox Die-Namics and other products from MFT Stamps…

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    Hi, I’m Christina.  Welcome to my blog!  Christina Hor Designs is a hobby blog sharing cardmaking tips & tutorials, fun crafts ideas, FREE digital arts printable and my passion project…the year-round Cards for Little Hearts card drive, a worldwide effort to scatter joy, hope & encouragement to children living with congenital heart conditions.  I hope to inspire you to join me on this journey.

    Christina

    creative artist • blogger

    THERE IS NO BEAUTIFIER OF COMPLEXION, OR FORM, OR BEHAVIOR, LIKE THE WISH TO

    scatter joy

    – RALPH WALDO EMERSON

    Creative journey since 2006

    My journey as a card maker began in December 2006 after my husband and I received a handmade Christmas card from a friend.  My love for handmade cards, arts and the desire to scatter joy and kindness to others led me to start a hobby blog (formally Memories Crafter) in early 2015, sharing card-making tips and tutorials and gradually adding on arts & crafts (many that I create with my three young children).

    In May 2015, I joined a group of Heart Center nurses at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (a charity mission I continue to present day) to bring comfort to bereaved parents with personalized, handmade sympathy cards and discovered the deep impact a handmade card can have on the babies’ families, helping them to grieve in a healthy way.

    Wanting to spread smiles and hope to other heart patients and their families at NCH, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016, with the assistance of several fellow crafters, I launched the first winter-themed holiday card drive right here on my blog and Cards for Little Hearts (formerly Hug a Heart) was founded.  To learn more about the card drive and how you can participate, please visit the official website of  Cards for Little Hearts.

     

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