Monday, November 21, 2011

I Feel The Love- Hub Group Cards:)

Welcome to Funky Cards
Making cards for Christmas
I had the best time this weekend with my Hub Group:) For those of you who just said to yourself, "What is a Hub Group?" let me tell you.  After our youth group once a week, we split up into small groups of around 6-10 students of the same grade and gender.  This is where we discuss the message and pray for one another.

This weekend, our church put on a youth conference called Awaken for the students ranging from seventh graders to seniors in high school.  Awaken is a movement of people passionate to see the things of God invade the places and people of our city. We yearn to have the presence of God transform our lives and communities as we seek the presence of God through fervent worship and through loving the poor and needy in the name of Jesus Christ. God desires to AWAKEN our city to the saving hope that exists through Jesus Christ.  God is not awakening a program, but a movement.

The event took place over two days.  The first night when we were back at our leader's house, my Hub Group and I made Christmas cards for the "I Feel the Love Project!"  I was so excited that they chose to participate in this project.  I wanted to make sure to post their cards:)  Here is a reminder of where our cards are going along with a photo of all of the cards we made!!     

I Feel The Love November/December

In loving memory of Korrine Lannie Croghan
4/18/94 - 10/27/08

The Pediatric Oncology Unit at Kaiser Hospital (Oakland, CA)
 will be the recipient of our handcrafted CHRISTMAS cards for the months of November/December.

Hub Group Christmas Cards:


You girls ROCK!  I love you all so much.  Thank you for supporting the "I Feel the Love Project."  And thank you too to our fabulous leaders Sandy and Nicole!  We all love you:)

Here is how you can help.  Each crafter can submit a card(s) by December 7th to:
Madison Womack
(IFTL) Funky Cards
P.O. Box 1203
Atascadero, CA  93423
Project #6

It would be fun to share our cards with one another, so please feel free to link a photo of your card(s) to my blog before you put it/them in the mail.  Click HERE.  This month you may submit a Christmas card to a child/teen who will be spending Christmas in the hospital (or family members).

Thank you for stopping by today!


  1. Wow Madison, what great cards! You and your friends have done an awesome job and the children who receive these cards are going to love them! What a wonderful group of talented, creative, caring young women.

  2. amazing job to you and your group!!! love all the cards

  3. I love all the Christmas cards. They turned out great!!

  4. You are such a wonderful and special person. You remind me of my daughter. She cannot craft for beans, but you both have such a caring heart... And I just love your work. Wonderful cards!

  5. awesome !!! looks like you had tons of fun! so many great cards !!! whoo hoo !!!

  6. You ladies did awesome!! What a wonderful thing to belong to such a group and at this early age!! You are so very special Madison! I will be making/sharing some cards soon!! (maybe one in the morning!!)--
    I want you to know that several days ago, I read Korrine's story and could not stop crying..(crying now!)-- I am currently facing some health issues (on and off) and reading her story makes feel like my pain is Nothing!!! compared to what she had to endure! Thanks for sharing her story and for choosing to create "I Feel The Love" -- Hugs Madison!!

  7. I like your cards designs give some more ideas about photo cards and photo cards of family.
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  8. I like your cards designs give some more ideas about photo cards and photo cards of family.
    Plastic Card Printing



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