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Simple Marbled Thank You Card

Posted by on August 25, 2018

I am so grateful to my friends who are helping me reach one of my Plexus goals that of course I made some thank you cards! I am currently on a quest to earn a cruise from Plexus. I am very close, but the end of the month is very close as well!

I had a friend reach out to me (a very smart friend, I might add) and say that she wanted to help me out, but she didn’t want any Plexus products for herself. She asked if it was possible to purchase any as a donation. And I’ve had other friends who want to help, but just aren’t in a place to purchase a qualifying order right now. After talking it over with some other smart friends, I think I figured out how to do it!

I am collecting money towards purchasing Breast Chek kits. I’ll combine the money into one large order. The kits will be donated to women in either shelters or transitional housing. (The community service coordinator at school said that she would help me find the right place or places next week.)

Breast Chek kits are actually the very first product from Plexus. It’s a really cool concept. Each kit costs $34.95. I will top off the final amount donated to make sure we get as many kits as possible. You can send money via either PayPal at http://PayPal.Me/YaphaMason or Venmo @yapha. No amount is too small, since I am combining into one (hopefully) large order.

I’ll be placing the order Monday night, August 27th, so you can donate any time before then. I hope I explained this well. Please ask any questions that you have! Now, onto the card!

Marbled Thank You Card by Yapha

Stamps: Marbled Background
Ink: Powder Pink
Paper: Powder Pink, Gray Granite, Whisper White
Other: Thank You Thinlets

Thanks for your help in reaching this goal! And yes, I am still a Stampin’ Up Demonstrator. I have found though, that my passion is with helping others regain their health.

 

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