A hottie for a cause.

Cam from Curly Pops is co-ordinating a group entry into the Hottie Challenge which is a project being run by Open Drawer. All funds raised from the Hottie entries will be donated to The Margaret Pratt Foundation. This registered charity donates the funds raised to research that addresses the problems faced by children and adults after heart and lung transplant.

So pop on over to Curly Pops for all the juicy details on how to enter.  A small donation of $5 is all that's needed to enter your Hottie creation - and it's doesn't even need to be functional!  I received my kit from Cam yesterday and I've already got a design in mind. The kit includes a template and application form.

This is an awesome crafting challenge for a wonderful cause and I would urge everyone to get involved. 
There are already over 50 participants and a flickr group to show off your creations will be set up.

To get your hottie idea's flowing, here's a selection of hotties created by some pretty talented crafty peeps. 


trudi@maudeandme said...

I agree , it's a great way to raise awareness and funds for a very worthy charity - and its what we all love doing "creating". I've started mine, but have been wondering about the top and entry. Thanks for the ideas.

Tiff said...

What a great challenge! Fantastic idea for a great cause! X

CurlyPops said...

Thanks for blogging it Jodie - I'm hoping to start mine over the weekend.