Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Card making with students to raise funds for Our Rainbow House

 Well I haven't posted for a while - have been busy!!
This is my second effort with card making as a fundraiser. I really enjoy being able to be creative for a good cause.
Last week I had a very enjoyable afternoon at Emmaus College with several yr 10 students who are members of the Justice Action Group ( and a few non students too!). They used stamps, punches, and embossing to create their cards. They made a selection of 4 different cards which they are going to sell at a school stall to raise funds for their charity - Rainbow House, which is a home for orphaned children in Zambia.
They were very creative and industrious. I love how everyone creates quite different looks using the same basic elements. I hope they raise lots of money!

Thanks to Kym Beattie for organising it all.
Flower Shop stamps and coordinating Pansy Punch made it so easy!


You can check out their Facebook page here  Our Rainbow House


  1. Fantastic effort, they all look fabulous. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks Janet, it was a great day and they did really well. They didn't quite finish but have the materials there to assemble another 60 or so cards. It's a great thing they are committed to. cheers, Liz


thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it, Liz