Our hours for Labor Day Weekend are as follows:
Friday, August 28, 2020
Thursday, August 27, 2020
Thursday, August 20, 2020
You can enter this year’s contest by bringing a handmade card you have created to any of the Shop Hop locations. The card may be any size, but you will need to include an appropriate sized envelope in a zip-lock bag with a post-A-note including your name, phone number, Shop Hop home store and your email address. Please use only products you have purchased at your Shop Hop Stores and not home-based businesses such as Stampin’ Up, Close to my Heart, etc. Cards will only be accepted during the Shop Hop days (September 23- October 5). This contest is only for those who have purchased a passport for Shop Hop 2020.
At our November meeting we will vote on our top 5 favorite cards. The creators of the top 5 cards will receive a prize. (This is in addition to the Grand Prize baskets). The Shop Hop committee will then donate these cards to various local organizations; whether it is a nursing home, hospital, or church. This way the cards will be used to bless others when the voting is complete.
We are excited to see what you will create...HAVE FUN!
Stitches by Charlotte was created when a little girl received a sewing machine for Christmas. Charlotte has spent countless hours over the past 2 years designing, sewing and selling dolls, then gifting proceeds to cleft charities. Charlotte sewed her first doll to look just like her-- long blonde braids, glasses, and a sweet smile with a tiny scar. She received so much positive feedback for making a doll that was perfectly "imperfect".Charlotte began to discover a passion for making dolls with differences. From a doll with a scar across her chest for the tiniest heart warrior, to a doll with a crown of stitches for a brain-surgery sweetie-- Charlotte happily sews to make others smile. Requests poured in from people who believe Charlotte's little dolls can make a big difference.
To learn more about Charlotte's own journey through cleft surgery you can visit the website (http://www.stitchesbycharlotte.com/about).
You can make your own doll from a panel.