{ Operation Julie’s Smile }

If you’ve arrived from Linda Lucas, you’re on the right track!

If you’ve started on my blog, you should go back to the beginning. But first, check out all the wonderful stuff I have for you today! I’d LOVE it if you left a comment for me too! In fact, you can actually WIN stuff, from the $2,000+ stash of goodies, today by commenting on MY blog! Plus, I’ve worked really hard to prepare amazing projects for this hop! AND I’m giving away a Copic 1 & 2 class! (If you’re not local, the class will be done via Skype.) I’ve also kept these projects a secret until today! So you’re seeing them first!

Stamp: Tiffany Doodles Poppy w/Oval
Copics: E77, E07, E08, R37, R39, R59, YG91, YG95, YG99, YR16, YR18

Stamp: The Stamping Boutique Tooth Fairy Cynthia 
Copics: V20, V25, BG70, BG72, BG75, N0. N1, N3, E000, E00, E70, E74, E77
Additional: Spica glitter pens

Stamp: Totally Stampalicious Best Bud Brats
Copics:  E000, E00, E11, E93, Y21, Y23, Y32, YR02, YR04, RV63, RV66, G94, G99, B91, B37, B39, N0, N1, N3, YG63, YG67, BG000
Additional: Spica glitter pens

I’ll be doing a pictorial on this remodel October 11th. Please subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss it!

So the reason you’re here today… Julie Ranae.

Julie Ranae has had some pretty major dental surgeries in her lifetime due to medication she took as a child.  It was in her plans to have all of her teeth  replaced at some point over the next 5 years, a decision that was pretty easy to plan out.  But last month she chipped her two front teeth. The dentist told her there was no way to save them and his recommendation was to have them remove all of her teeth, and soon. But for that day, they needed to remove her front teeth so her gums could begin to heal.  Julie needs at least $4000 to get started and another $3000 to finish the process…a total of $7000.

That’s when the owner of Sweet Stamp Shop put together this benefit. It is the goal of all these generous friends and sponsors to help make this situation more do-able for Julie so that she can share a brand new smile with all of us soon!

If there is anything you can do to help with a financial donation, you will be eligible for prizes from our sponsor pool of over $2500. Any amount is greatly appreciated.

If you’d like to donate something to help Julie, just click on the “donate” button below.

If you’ve left me a comment, you can hop on over to Eva Dobilas now! 🙂

Just because I’m so happy the Tigers won
…and will be playing the Rangers
I’m going to give away two more Copic classes!
One to one of my email subscribers,
the other to a FaceBook “fan”.
I’ll announce the winners October 15th.
Remember, you don’t have to be local, to win!
(This giveaway is COMPLETELY separate from Operation Julie’s Smile)


78 thoughts on “{ Operation Julie’s Smile }

  1. Oh wow! Your projects are so amazing! I love the way you’ve colored those flowers-so elegant and dramatic! I personally am copic challenged. I own 7 but only color in little tiny bits of color-hehe! So nice of you to add this prize in! Happy for your Tigers!! I am a die-hard Rockies fan (still not sure which aliens inhabited their bodies this season) but as long as Boston isn’t in The Series, all is right with the world 🙂

  2. Beautiful works of art! Love the poppies and the card with the two girlfriends and purple!!! That one is my favorite!:D Thanks for supporting Julie this way!

    ~Vanessa W

  3. Wow Jessica what a lot of wonderful projects you have shared! I don’t own any copics, but I admire people who colour so well with them – and you certainly fit the bill! Thank you for being a fabby supporter of Julie 🙂 Fiona (madebyfee)

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