Technique Junkies What We Do Best (WWDB) Challenge, Week one of Four

Hello!  Technique Junkies has a wonderful four-week challenge going on called What We Do Best (WWDB).  This week’s theme is to create a card and matching envelope thanking your front line workers–a nurse, doctor, police officer, first responder, mailman, store clerk, or other essential worker.  You can read the full details here.  Remember, your card has to use Technique Junkies stamp(s) in order to qualify for a cash prize.

My thank you card is just one of several I have made recently, on behalf of my hospital department co-workers, to thank the restaurants and grocery stores for their support of the front line workers.  We have received meals, fruit baskets, muffins, etc.  The one thank you that made me cry, was the day the first responders–ambulance, police and firemen, had their sirens and lights going off while encircling the hospital where I work.  Seeing them from my window, the nature of the COVID pandemic hit me, and hit me hard.

Once again, please read the rules to this four week challenge.  This challenge has a special place in our hearts.

As always, you can use discount code TJ10Beth to receive 10% off of your order.

Good luck!

Stamps:  Flower Doodles S781 and Greetings Set SS010

 


Posted on : Apr 20 2020
Posted under Technique Junkies Stamps |

4 People have left comments on this post

Apr 21, 2020 - 08:04:41
Jeanette Cloyd said:

Beth, your card is so pretty!

Apr 21, 2020 - 11:04:50

Wow that is so pretty with the matching envelope and all! So glad that the Doctors and nurses that are working so hard every day are getting recognition they deserve. I just watched a video of my home town doing the same thing, just wonderful!
I am doing a challenge over at AI with a technique close to this 🙂

Apr 22, 2020 - 11:04:21

Beautiful Triple The Fun card, Bathie! (Which you did the PDF for in TJ newsletter! Love it!) xoxo

Apr 23, 2020 - 01:04:15
Patti J. said:

This is so vivid and colorful, Beth! Love that you decided to go with such beautiful colors, and this is one of my favorite techniques! Thanks for inspiring and sharing!


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