Flag Day…New Fundraiser Dies….and OWHtv Week 147!Posted by Operation Write Home on Jun 14, 2014 in OWHtv, Stars and Stamps | 12 comments
Happy Flag Day!
It’s a great day to celebrate Old Glory…so if you want to share YOUR flag-inspired creation, there’s an Inlinkz at the bottom of this post!
Hero Arts fundraiser dies!
I’m so excited…you guys made such a success out of the Lil Hoots and Missing You stamp sets that Hero Arts made dies for us too! Click on the one on the left for the Lil Hoots set, and the right for Missing You – if you still need the stamps to go with them, they’re in the “recommended” section below each die set. Remember, 25% of proceeds are donated to OWH – so your shopping is helping our heroes! (Just in case you needed some justification…lol!)
***NOTE!*** There are some hung over Friday the 13th gremlins hanging around at Hero Arts….so the photos may not match the names of the dies. They tell me you should go by the NAME and not the IMAGE when making your purchase; and if I know Hero Arts, if you end up getting the wrong thing, they’ll work it out.
And now…on to OWHtv!
It’s the weekend! And so another work week is behind us – hope you’re planning on a little fun (and crafty!) time this weekend! Father’s Day is tomorrow…and if you haven’t gotten your card done yet, be sure to check out the Wednesday video – I saw Lisa Spangler make THIS card and asked her if I could do a video version of it. I know lots of you have that stamp set, so it’s an easy leap to get out a few ink shades and make a scene!
In the summer reading video, the article in Woman’s Day was shared – if you’re new and reading this because of the magazine, leave a comment and let us know! We hope you’ll take a few minutes to check out the Welcome page and learn all about the ins and outs of OWH. We’re glad you’re joining us!
Enjoy the week’s episodes!
I want to clarify something before you watch the Mailroom episode. When I recorded the voiceover, we had just completed hours of unpacking, and then I packed all those cards into 48 boxes – so I was pretty tired. I didn’t explain very well that you are most welcome to send in the small packages – we take all sizes – but I just wanted to share the tips for those who always are asking how they can help even more than they do. I thought it would help for you to know that it does take the same amount of processing for the small as it does for the large ones. With only one person working on the data entry, every little bit helps, so you’re welcome to hang onto cards during non-holiday-deadline times until you have a larger package to send – besides, it’ll save you a few bucks in shipping as well!