My daughter has made cards at a women's shelter in Hamilton. It's been awhile since I used to do card making craft classes at our children's school. Hugs, Nellie.
I don't know if it counts, but, I am part of the Cricut MB Community and participate in many swaps - helping to keep hand crafting alive and spreading good cheer to fellow 'scrappers' in Canada and the United States. I have a MS board, but find it is hard to line up things (because the groves are so close together and it lacks obvious enough indicators for my 'old' eyes). I'd love to try the Scor Pal.
I can't say that I get together with a specific group of women...seems like the stamping community in this area has changed to scrapbooking...But I do stamp once a month at my friend's (Stampin' Up demonstrator)stamp-a-long and sometimes with just friends. we had a group that met at church but that fizzled out. :-( I give cards to my sister, trade cards with fellow stampers, and mail cards to family and just whomever I think needs to know they are special and being thought of. Sometimes I stamp with my grandkids. Not sure if this is what you are looking for...but 'that's my story and I'm stickin' to it'. :-)
I work in a womens shelter and I know the women often do crafts as a group activity. I would be happy to do some cards with them and show them fun ways to use the scor-pal! Thanks for this great offer!
I work with an amazing young lady who donates her personal time and own supplies to work with ladies at a women's 1/2 house. She has been working on cards with them. I believe she would be tickled to have a score board for card making. Debi B
Did this ever happen?
Yes, as a matter of face we gave away 3 Scor Pals, one each to three different groups.