“My fondest hope is that we can remember all of our seniors without families — especially those who are not financially advantaged,” Elzenga says. “Everyone deserves to be remembered, appreciated and loved.”
This year, the program is being run a little bit differently. Due to personal reasons, Eve is unable to host card-making parties in her home so she encourages artists to gather together in their own homes and studios to make cards and deliver them to her no later than February 2. Free supplies are available from Eve – but of course you can use your own high quality supplies as a part of your donation. More details are available here.
I want to stress on Eve’s behalf how important it is that these are high quality artful cards. This is an adult project, not intended for children’s groups. It’s also important to note these guidelines, in order to make the cards that seniors will truly be able to enjoy. Know your audience, right? 🙂
Here are more cards for inspiration!
And while you’re there – also check out her Picasa album of her wedding consultant work – she’s the real deal – has a flair for everything she does!