Autism Awareness Blog Hop



Welcome to the Autism Awareness Blog Hop. The hop is all about Autism awareness and it’s filled with projects using one or more of the Autism colours - red, yellow and blue....I also added green because it was in the top header and also went with my project! At the bottom of the page please go the person after me on the list.

Each member of the hop is sharing a fact or statistic about Autism. Here’s mine:
Did you know? Many children with autism have a reduced sensitivity to pain but may be extra sensitive to sound, touch, or other sensory stimulation, which may contribute to a reluctance to being cuddled or hugged.

Autism is something close to my heart and I know, from my own experience, about sensory stimulation and the link with foods - the taste, textures and even the temperature. Iceblocks, icy poles or whatever you choose to call them can be one of those foods that can cause a problem or even help with creating calm with a child. Hence my project for the hop today:
We would really love if you could donate, even a small amount to the Stamp with Love Fundraising Page by clicking HERE.  All money donated will go towards research and awareness.


Next up on the hop is my lovely and talented friend Candy Rattray from Texas, USA. Please make sure you hop all the down the list and I'm sure we have all raised awareness in the best creative way we can! A huge thank you to Lee Conrey for organising the hop - you rock!!

1- Kimberly Van Diepen
2- Kylie Bertucci
3- Lee Conrey
4- Rachel Bronson Yukanin
5- Heather Wright Porto
6- Susan Best
7- Louise Sharp < You are here
8- Candy Rattray
9- Maureen Rauchfuss
10- Tammy Fite
11- Billie Moan
12- Monika Davis

If you live in Australia I would love to be your demonstrator! You can click on any of the items below and purchase them from my online shop: APRIL HOSTESS CODE: 3TX9Q6WA.

Thanks for hopping by!
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5 comments:

  1. What a cute card Louise! Love the colors and the icy treats. Thanks so much for participating in the hop and helping to raise awareness and funds for autism. As an autism mom, that means so much to me! :)

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  2. What a sweet card Louise and great fact about sensory even to the taste and temperature. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for participating and helping make this hop a success. No telling what us Stampin' Up! Demonstrators are capable of....but we know in this case it's super wonderful in making people aware and helping families affected by Autism. Hugs my friend!

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  3. Love your card and post Louise...loved hopping along with you today!...B!

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  4. Such a cute card and use of the colors -with a super message. thanks for sharing!!

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  5. Aww love the ice pops!!!! And thanks for sharing about the sensory and texture sensitivity and struggles. My son has never eaten pasta!!!! He loves crunchy foods but who doesn't lol we try and introduce new foods but he's come a long way. His favorite is pizza, ohhh second to Bacon!!!

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