I am delighted to join with more than 3 dozen other women who have each made at least one Halloween-themed banner that will be donated to hang in the room of a medically-fragile child at Pediatric Specialty Care in Pennsylvania.
Our Hop Hostess (Ellen CardMonkey Jarvis) works at PSC’s Bucks County site as Admissions Coordinator. The Banner Hop starts there, so please be sure to circle back to the beginning to see all of the terrific banners have been made for these very special children.
Ellen shared this information with us about Pediatric Specialty Care: “PSC is a very special place where children stay either long- or short-term, typically after hospitalization. Most are dependent on ventilators and other technology to survive. Some have been born too early or with genetic diseases or birth injuries. Other children suffer injuries later in life that require constant care later, including brain injuries from trauma or loss of oxygen (from choking, suffocation or drowning) and spinal cord injuries.
These children and their families -- and PSC’s staff -- will be thrilled to receive the Halloween banners, to help brighten the season when their friends and siblings will be out trick-or-treating.”
Here is the banner I am sending to a child at PSC:
The Glamorous Side of Scrapping with the talented Ashley then you are headed in the right direction and if you stopped by to see what is happening with Scrapbook Flair I would love for you to go Ellen's CardMonkey Blog to hop along with us.
Here is a closer look of the Fancy Pants Mummy and Pumpkin. I love the K & Company spider and tried to add them to all of the banner pieces.
Here is a closer look at the center of the "O".
LadyLuvBug, I know she has worked hard on her banners just as the rest of the designers, so if you want a real treat like I said take your time and make sure to go through all of today's blog hop. Tomorrow is another group of designers that you will be able to enjoy.
Also, so you know this Hop is two days (Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2), and on each day you will see different banners. Be sure to visit on both days to see the truly inspirational work of these generous bloggers, and leave some love (comments) on as many sites as you can – because if you do, you can up your chances to win some Spooktacular blog candy, including from these sponsors:
(Sponsor info to come, ASAP)...
To qualify, all you have to do is leave at least one comment on our Hostess’s site (www.cardmonkeyspaperjungle) to name which banner spoke to you – ghostly or not! What made it appealing to you? Leave additional comments on as many banner makers’ sites as you’d like for extra chances to win! Prize winners will be announced on Monday, September 3 on the CardMonkey site, where there will be a round-up of all of the Spooktacular banners for 2012.
OH MY GOSH, this is ANOTHER winner, Pam!! What an incredible amount of love, time and talent you put into your banners for the PSC kids. We all go ga-ga over your banners ...thank you for making them for the children (and families, and staff) at PSC!ReplyDelete
May you be blessed for all the kind things you do!
Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
Absolutely incredible, I LOVE the little one eyed monster!ReplyDelete
Your banner is amazing!! Just gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful banner. The details are amazing! I especially love the little bat holding his own mini banner.ReplyDelete
I love it! Great job! ChristinaReplyDelete
Beautiful banner! Very detailed. The children will love it.ReplyDelete
khristamcbride @ hotmail.com
great deetail and embellies !!ReplyDelete
lostnwa98 at comcast.net
Pam: Wow, love all the details you put into your banner...it is amazing! I especially like the fun bat & the burlap bow.ReplyDelete
We're glad to be a part of the hop with you! ~Beth & Emily
this is spooktacular! LOVE all the details!ReplyDelete
So amazingly Creative and well thought out design!! Love all the spiders and the one eyed Monster is Sweet!! I have been a follower her for a while! TFS!!!ReplyDelete
ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com
Love all of the details you have in your banner pieces!! Super creative!!ReplyDelete
love love love you put alot of detail into your banner it looks fabulous. weay to goReplyDelete
great banner. Those spiders are scary. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
How cute. I hope the kids that get them do like them spiders!!! LOL email@example.com Thank you for doing what you do!ReplyDelete
Pam, This is a very cute banner. I especially like the mummy with the pumpkin. You did a great job and the kids will love it. tfs TamiReplyDelete
How adorable....and such details in each one of them....awesome job...ReplyDelete
I love all the details in this banner. You did a great job!! :)ReplyDelete
love the colors and detailsReplyDelete
So much dedication and love went into this banner. You didn't miss a single detail. Fabulous paper choices and love the extra embellishments and that burlap bow!ReplyDelete
Pam, these banners are fabulous! Your creativity and special "effect" in the embellishments are beautiful. I also love the burlap bows!ReplyDelete
Love your banner the paper is awesome and your design is lots of fun !ReplyDelete
Big Blog Hugs, Janet