Autism Awareness Blog Hop

National Autism Awareness Banner

We’re joining today with some awesome crafters to help raise awareness of Autism by creating some really fun stuff!! 1 in 68 children in America is diagnosed with some form of autism, and we all need to learn more about this disorder and how to work with and help autistic people and their families. April is Autism Awareness Month. We hope you’ll hop all around the blogs and show us some wonderful, supportive spirit. There are prizes for lucky U.S. Winners from the comments! Click on the picture below to check out the Autism Blog Hop. Click the picture above to visit the Autism Society and learn more about autism and how they are helping families that deal with this issue.

From Stampendous, we’re offering three sets of our Everyday Chicks Clear Stamps and Dies as prizes. Official Rules are always HERE. Our Chicks are designed so that you can stamp and die cut a whole chick family of any size , and show all your family’s everyday activities involving everyone! We’ll be sharing our Chicks all week, so we hope you’ll join us for our regular blog posts on Wednesday and Friday to see more of this great set in action. Here’s a card from our own Fran Seiford.

CSD20 Everyday Chicks by Fran Seiford
CSD20 Everyday Chicks by Fran Seiford

The Autism Blog Hop –


Janelle Stollfus

Jamie Martin

Kathi Rerek

67 thoughts on “Autism Awareness Blog Hop

  1. WOW! Here is why I am awestruck..and have a big smile on my face—What a wonderful crafting community we have and the impact that we can make together. I am so proud! Veronica and all the sponsors- THANK YOU!


  2. My son is included in the statistics, unfortunately. That’s one reason I like to do crafts…it is calming, and I can forget my troubles for a while….


  3. Thank you for also being a sponsor in a wonderful blog hop for such a worthy cause!! Both cards are beautiful!!


  4. Love the fluffy chicks. My daughter worked with autistic kids
    of a few years. She had many stories to tell – some happy
    and some not-so-happy. thanks for supporting the cause.


  5. Cute card. Very bright and cheerful! Thanks for being part of the hop and helping raise awareness of the autism spectrum! Thanks for sponsoring.


  6. I would love this chic chick stamp set. So, so cute. Thank you for helping to sponsor this very worthwhile blog hop.


  7. This card, with all of those cute chicks, is simply adorable! Thank you for your participation in the autism awareness blog hop.


  8. Adorable card! What fantastically fun and cute chicks! Thank you for your participation and generous prize for this blog hop!


  9. As a mom of a 30 yo son with Autism and a 28 yo daughter that teaches Special Ed with a true passion, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support in spreading awareness!!


  10. Love that your a sponsor of this lovely cause.
    Thanks for sharing such lovely cards.
    Have a blessed day!


  11. What a precious card with those cute little chicks! 🙂

    Thanks so much for being a sponsor of this fabulous blog hop! 🙂


  12. Thank you for all your wonderful support and offering a gorgeous gift. I’m off to see the rest of your team x


  13. This is one of the cutest cards I’ve ever seen. Love all those chicks with their burgers and ice cream.


  14. I love your chicks! They look very happy! And thanks for being part of the blog hop for such a worthy event!


  15. I cannot get enough of these little guys-they are so darn cute. Thank you so much for helping to promote Autism Awareness. I have several friends with children on the spectrum. Events like this help educate us all.


  16. What a fun little card – the chicks are so cute and full of personality! Thank you for your sponsorship and support for Autism awareness. The crafting community really is special!


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