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#4 DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser

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Welcome back to the final entry in a four part blog series dedicated to Days for Girls (DFG), and specifically the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Texas Team. If you missed the first blog entry you may want to click this link → DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser Blog #1 ←, or for the second blog entry click → DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser Blog #2 ←, or for the third blog entry click → DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser Blog #3← to catch up.

As we come to the completion of this blog series and fundraiser you have learned that DFG is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a more free, dignified, and educated world through providing access to sustainable feminine hygiene solutions and health education. Since 2008, DFG has reached over 300,000 women and girls in over 100 countries. Hygiene solutions are a simple and effective way to enable girls to go to school and women to go to work without interruption each month. Through DFG programs, women and girls discover their potential and self-value, are equal pa…

Easter 2019

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Easter is sneaking up on me this year like a quiet little fluffy bunny nibbling on clover in our backyard. Where does the time go?

I did make some fun and pretty Easter cards this year. Here are just a few I thought you might like to see...


This card/envelope design are a free SVG design file I downloaded from the amazing paper engineers at Dreaming Tree.  I made some adjustments and then I used assorted cardstock, embossing folders, highlight inking and embellishments from my Close To My Heart online store to create it.
Speaking of Dreaming Tree, here is another SVG file I downloaded, then cut out and personalized for my needs. You may recognize the paper as being from the CTMH I Heart Us paper packet.
I specifically designed this card for som…

#3 DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser

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Welcome back to the third entry in a four part blog series dedicated to Days for Girls (DFG), and specifically the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Texas Team. If you missed the first blog entry you may want to click this link → DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser Blog #1 ← and you can see the second blog entry at → DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser Blog #2 ← to catch up.


The focus of this blog entry is to talk about what a DFG "kit" actually is. What is included in a kit? How was it designed? But first I want to credit much of this information as coming from the Days for Girls International website*. I also want to thank the DFG RGV TX Team for their help in explaining all that is involved in "kit production". They are an amazing team of people!

A DFG Kit is a patented kit (U.S. Patent No. 9877878) that was designed with input from thousands of women and girls from all over the world! According to their website they had 27 iterations before coming up with the current kit.

The kit itself …

#2 DFG RGV TX Team Fundraiser

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Welcome back to the second entry in a four part blog series dedicated to Days for Girls (DFG), and specifically the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Texas Team. If you missed the first blog entry you may want to click this link → DFG RGV TX Team Blog #1 ← to catch up.

Here are a few of the young women who have received kits from the DFG RGV TX Team. Their smiles say it all!
As promised in the first blog, this blog entry will tell you more about the RGV TX Team! Scattered throughout this blog post you will see pictures of some of the actual team members on the RGV TX Team. These are just some of the generous people in this amazing group of talented volunteers who donate their time and talents to help DFG meet their charitable goals.

Pam
The DFG RGV TX Team started out simply as a group of friends who winter in Texas each year and met together weekly to craft/quilt. All these women have wonderful sewing skills and many have won various ribbons in quilting and textile-art shows. 
Jan
During one of t…