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We at theStudio are doing our best to help raise funds for a fellow designer in need.  Designer Mye De Leon‘s newborn son, Alphonse, is suffering from a heart condition that could ultimately end his precious life if he doesn’t receive a special heart surgery.  We all know how costly those surgeries can be, so little Alphonse is in desperate need of our help!  You can read more about Mye’s story & make direct donations here:

The Digi Scrap Design Community has come together in perfect harmony to help Mye and her son Alphonse raise the much needed funds for his surgery.  Over 100 Designers have contributed to the largest Mega Charity Collab Kit to date.  Almost 1.5 GB of products: Contains 216 papers, 508 elements, 11 alphas, 16 12×12 templates, and a 20-pg mini book template set. Only a small portion of the products are shown in main preview.  Please help by buying this stunning, huge, amazing collab by over 100 Designers!


As a thank you for taking the time to read about Mye’s Story and helping her cause, we have a small freebie for you all!  :)


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It has been over a month since the mass shooting at a movie theater in colorado, for most of us this means it’s forgot or barely niggling our brain sometimes during the day.  But for the victims of the shootings this is still their life. My heart aches for those that lost their loved ones, I cannot even begin to imagine their pain.  My heart and prayers are with their families.

In addition to those killed, there were 58 people wounded.  Each of them has a story, and one of those stories touched my heart.  You can read about Caleb Medley here: a website started by his friend Vilmos.  It is the kind of thing I would do for my friend, maybe that is why it touched me.  Or maybe it is that Caleb is the age of my older sons.  Quite possibly it is the birth of his son, Hugo, days after the shooting.

Regardless of why Calebs story tugged at my heartstrings the most, it tugged.  I had to do something to help. I reached out to my design team and they immediately agreed to help me as well.  Together we created a beautiful, happy, filled-with-hope mega kit.  Now we are offering it at a very low price.  Our goal is to raise as much money as possible and send that Caleb’s way.  He faces a very long recovery and he will need help for years to come. My hope is we can help just a little, and let him know he is not alone.

All monies raised from the sale of our mega kit will got to Caleb.  All fees will be paid by theStudio.  We have three donation options for you $3.00, $5.00 or $10.00.  You receive the For Caleb Mega Kit free with each option, and a couple of small bonuses for a $5.00 or a $10.00 donation.

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Can I get a world-wide Woooooooooooooohooooooo!  And a huge pat on the back for all of you.  Without you this would not be happening.  A big, warm, full-of-fuzzies thank you.  I very much appreciate the kind words, the blog posts, the tweets, the facebooks and every single one of you who purchased our Charity:  Japan kit.

We are not a big site.  We are not a big store.  But we are mighty!  That is a mighty big dollar amount going to Japan and I’m so thrilled.  If you haven’t bought it yet, and would like to contribute, it is available HERE.

Again a big thank you for the designs & talents of: Aimee Harrison Design Studios, Ambowife Designs, BooLand Designs, eqrAveziur Designs, DarleneH, Deli Scraps by Min, Digilicious Designs, Julie C., Let Me Scrapbook, Linda Cumberland, Monika Designs, Nibbles Skribbles, Piggy Scraps Design, Shelly Marie Scraps, SKrapper Digitals, Snips and Snails Designs and Susan Godfrey Designs

I also have a little freebie.  I know most of you reading this have already bought this fantabulous kit (did I mention THANK YOU!).  This little cluster frame is made with bits from the kit.  Just click to download & enjoy.



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Japan Mega Kit: 77 papers. 160 elements. 5 dollars. 100 percent charity (FREEBIE)

by Kimberkatt 24 March 2011

I am here to ask all of you to give a little.  In return our Studio Designers have created a gorgeous Charity kit for Japan.  All proceeds from the sale of this kit (I mean 100% all) will go to Samaritan’s Purse specifically earmarked for Japan Relief. We have all been shocked and saddened by the […]

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For Tish, With Love

by Toiny Westberry 28 November 2010

I don’t usually advertise for another store, but sometimes doing something out of love is much more important!  Recently the digital scrapbooking community got together to create a huge, stunning, amazing, did I mention huge, Scrapbooking Collaboration for one of our own.  Tish, “Pixiemama Designs”, lost her home, all her belongings and the beloved family […]

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Holding my Miracle Charity Collab for "BabyKangaroos"

by Laras Digi World 17 November 2010

A birth of a new life is almost the biggest miracle in the world. The minute the baby is born is an unforgettable experience not only for the parents but also and maybe mainly for the baby himself. It is the time of joy, happiness and fulfillment. Many things change with the birth of a […]

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Leukemia Charity Kit – Precious Moments

by Kimberkatt 14 May 2010

Our very own Nibbles Skribbles works with non-profit, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Their mission is to find a cure for blood cancer and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. $500 would provide almost 3 patients with financial aid this year. My mission is to raise $500 for them this year. […]

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Two new Charity kits & a FREEBIE!!

by Kimberkatt 14 April 2010

Hi all!  I have two FANTASTIC Charity kits I get to tell you all about today!! First up is Fresh Skies for Chile.  This kit is theStudio’s third Charity offering.  We all feel blessed in life, we all feel fortunate to be able to give back a little to the world.  Fresh Skies for Chile […]

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