Saturday, October 2, 2010

World Card Making Day

It was dark & raining so I couldn't get a good photo.
Card went all the way to San Diego.
For once something involving cards that Hallmark did not come up with.
Below explanation was taken off Paper Crafts website.

World Card Making Day 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.

Celebrating its fifth year in 2010, 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.

1 comment:

Susie said...

I have been enjoying your blog so much! I happen to read your post on Studio Calico and that you are from Rural N.Y. I meet so few scrappers online near me that I had to check out your blog!
It is a delightful blog! I live in Owego (not Oswego, many confuse the two) N.Y. but was raised in Windsor N.Y. so I know rural living and also not having a lss. So I have found your blog very enjoyable! God Bless and have a great day!