Here's two more of my Tim Holtz tags from this year. I hope you like them! I'm out of town on a business trip today, so won't be posting a weekend give-away winner until tomorrow (Tuesday), but I did want to share a couple of ways to help others this holiday season . . .
One Warm Coat is a fairly new and wonderful way to turn your gently used or unwanted coat into a nice warm hug for someone in need. It's easy. Donate a warm coat. I bet you have an extra in your closet. Go look for it and then click on this link to find a donation site in your area. If there isn't a site near you, consider organizing a local drive. There's information for doing that on the website as well. I think this is mainly for my friends here in the U.S., but it's an easy idea to take globally.
Freecylce. After pulling out your holiday "stuff," did you find unwanted ornaments, decorations, etc.? Have your kids outgrown all their ski clothes? Freecycle provides a great way to pass these on to others who will use them, rather than having them end up in a landfill somewhere. It's a wonderful, web-based program that is organized in local areas. Click on this link to find out more. I got rid of about 3 dozen unwanted ornaments, a medium size bag of Christmas decorations, ten holiday trays and outgrown ski clothes in less than five minutes! And the recipients were all very appreciative! Freecyle is global, so my international friends can check it out, too!