Monthly Archives: August 2016
Jar of Love Fundraising card class.
Table all set up for class then happily busy creating.
Another big Thank you goes out to the ladies who booked and attended my Jar of Love Vision Sister Fundraising Class.
A great afternoon was had by all and together they raised $110 for Vision Sisters.
Congratulations to Elaine Perrit for winning over $100 of Stampin’ Up products in the raffle kindly donated by Stampin’ Up You can’t say you never win anything now !!
To track my progress and find out more about Vision sisters CLICK HERE
My next class Basic Stampin is on Sunday Sept 11th 1-3. Make 6 4×4 cards $20.
Raffle tickets $10 to go in the draw 3 times and win over $100 of Stampin up products. Book now to secure your spot and help save the lives of mothers and babies in Uganda.
Vision Sisters useful facts:-
• Half of all women in Uganda give birth alone without a skilled health worker
• Hearing this, it is no surprise to learn 1 woman in 49 dies in childbirth [in
• To put this into context, in Australia around 5 women die per 100,000 births*.
• A birthing kit that costs $3 and includes six simple items – soap, gloves, gauze, scalpel, plastic mat and string – can greatly reduce the number of women dying in Uganda by reducing infections.
• We are blessed to give birth in Australia, this is our opportunity to pay this forward and help women achieve the same universal right to a clean and safe childbirth
If you would like to have this class in your own home simply arrange a convenient day with me, invite 8-10 friends and I’ll do the rest. I’ll even bring a cake to share all you have to do is relax & have fun.
Hope to see you soon.
I’d like to thank my host Angela Rousseau for inviting me to her home to hold a Vision Sisters Card Making Class. We watched a short video on Vision Sisters and then chatted about how Vision Sisters is raising funds to to help women and children in Uganda by providing clean birthing kits and and training to health workers. These women live in rural places and often give birth on the ground under trees. We don’t realise how lucky we are in Australia.
The ladies then had fun making 3 cards and bought raffle tickets.
Thank You Angela Rousseau, Karen Rousseau, Branka Katalina and Julie Liagoardis. We made $70 on the night to go towards Vision Sisters.
If you would like to hold a class in your home contact me to arrange a date. Gather your friends and have some fun creating while raising funds for this worthy cause.
Alternatively you can come to me for my classes.
Click on classes to see my Vision Sisters Card Making Classes Schedule. If you can’t make on a class date you like contact me to arrange an alternative day that suits Don’t forget to ask your friends to join you.
Hope to see you soon 🙂
My next Vison Sisters Fundraising Class is this Sunday 28th August 1-3pm
Cost $20 incs a cuppa and cake.
I will be donating $10 per attendee to Vision Sisters.
Enjoy a couple of hours creating these gorgeous cards while helping raise funds for clean birthing kits and training for health workers to be sent to Uganda for women and their babies.
In Uganda, almost half of all pregnant women give birth without the help of a skilled health worker – often in unclean conditions. Mothers and babies are dying unnecessarily from infection during and after childbirth, from things like the babies’ umbilical cord being cut with a dirty item.
What is a clean birthing kit?
Click Here to see short video about Vision Sisters
Click Here to see Vision Sisters Comunity Health Worker Story
Stampin up has kindly donated products to help me raise money. I have bundled these up and each prize is has over $100 products. The raffle will be drawn on the day of class if $100 worth of tickets are sold or will be drawn once the target is made.
Looking forward to seeing you in this or one or my other classes.
Please book in early so I have a handle to prepare thanks.
Take a look at my Vision Sisters classes schedule under classes on the menu bar. Don’t forget to ask a friend to join you…..together we can make a difference to our Sisters in Uganda.
See you soon