Helping Hudson!

Hey everyone!

I would like to tell you all about a fabulous cause for a gorgeous little boy named Hudson!

Hudson is the son of fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrator Tina Gillespie and her husband Robert. He is 2 1/2 and has had a very rough start to life, to say the least. To improve his quality of life the Gillespie’s would dearly love a wheelchair/walker aptly named a Kid Walker.

To help raise the much-needed funds for the Walker, which amounts to $5000, an amazing group of the most talented SU demos have put together a heap of tutorials on varying themes and the Helping Hudson team has put them together in bundles. There are six bundles all up with ten project tutorials in each for only $10 each. That works out to be $1 per tutorial. You cannot beat that for value. But that’s not all…..if you buy four bundles or more all at once you will also receive a Bonus Bundle. Isn’t that fabulous?! I was hoping to donate a project myself but unfortunately time got the better of me but I can assure you that I will be purchasing those six bundles to support this fabulous cause.

For a small donation you can also enter the challenges over the next three weeks and the prize giveaways consist of SU product to the value of around $60 will be rewarded in each of the 9 challenges (but this is for Australian residents only). Check out the BLOG to find out all the details.

Thanks for dropping by!

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2 thoughts on “Helping Hudson!

  1. Kirsty, you are an angel! Thank you so much for posting on your blog, about “Helping Hudson” … the stamping community is the BEST, and together we are doing great things!! I look forward to supporting your fundraiser when it’s all ready to go, too. Christine xx

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