Earth Day 2011: A Billion Acts of Green®

This coming Friday is Earth Day, and in celebration I have a “So Green” stamp set and an acrylic gridded block to give away!

This is one of the new style of Stampin Up stamp sets with foam backing that sticks to a reusable acrylic block rather than having each stamp permanently mounted on its own wood block.  The same acrylic block can be used over and over again since the stamps can be pulled off when you are finished stamping with them.

On this card I changed up the sentiment a little by stamping the three words in the sentiment individually.. one word for each tree.

To enter your name in the drawing, comment BELOW ON THIS POST.  I would love for you to give an idea or two as to what you do to Reduce, Reuse and/or Recycle.  Although it can, it doesn’t have to pertain to crafting necessarily.  But it can be anything that you might do like turning off the water while brushing your teeth or using washable cloth rags for spills and cleaning instead of paper towels or… whatever… large or small.  It all makes a difference.  I want to learn from all of you and get some ideas as to how I can be a better steward of this beautiful world that God created for us.

I will announce the winner on Friday, April 22 (Earth Day!).  (Will use Thursday midnight to draw a winner.)

Good Luck!



All products used on this card are from Stampin Up.

Stamps: So Green

Papers:  Chocolate Chip, Whisper White

Inks: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Pink Passion

Accessories: Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon, 3/4″ and 1″ Circle Punches

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