Did you know that THIS Saturday October 3rd is World Card Making Day???
It began in 2006 as National Card Making Day. Founded by Paper Crafts magazine to bring card makers together at the beginning of the busiest card-making season of the year, it was first held on October 7, 2006. The initial celebration involved the Paper Crafts magazine audience only; however, due to the positive response it received and the worldwide popularity of card making, the holiday became known as World Card Making Day from then on. It is now in its fourth year, World Card Making Day is celebrated annually on the first Saturday in October. It's a day for the card-making community -- hobbyists, retailers, and manufacturers -- to unite and celebrate the connection and creativity that is the heart of card making. So, I went to the Papercrafts site and found this!
World Card Making Day is a holiday especially for card makers around the world to Celebrate the creativity of handmade cards and the personal connection that they create between friends and family as well as to kick off (and get a head start on) the holiday card-making season. How many of YOU have already started your Christmas cards???
We here at AC Bailey want IN on the festivities too! So, we will have another weekend contest here at the AC Bailey forum to celebrate the art of card making!
Join your ACB Design Team and special guests for challenges, a contest, and some learning...as only they can do!
And of course, we will have PRIZES!!!
Get ready for some more fun ladies- it is coming your way!
All official posts to be launched Friday evening-be here you will not want to miss this!
If you want in on the fun click on AC Bailey Designs, it will take you to our main page. On the left side in the "About Us" box you can click on "Forums" and sign up to be apart of your forums and you can join us for the fun.
I will also post some of my cards on my blog. It won't be anything fancy. Just quick, get them done type cards and some cards I've done in the past.
Start gathering your card making supplies and all of those scraps you've been meaning to use up.