Hello crafty friends! Today I\’m excited to be part of the Papercrafters Unite Against Racism blog hop. This blog hop is designed to showcase crafters of color and promote unity, anti-racism and friendship. If you didn\’t start at the beginning head to Justine Hovey\’s blog.
I will keep it brief so you can visit more stops. I have a video for this project because I am also participating in the video hop portion which you can check out here:
I love these stamps from the Cutting Cafe because they feature these beautiful girls with natural hair. I have always colored a variety of races when coloring people because my cards often get donated and representation matters. But these stamps make representing pretty Black girls even easier because I don\’t have to change the hair style. Also the Cutting Cafe is a Black owned business so you can support Regina and show that there is room in the crafting community for more voices.
If you don\’t have time to hop along to everyone please be sure to start at the beginning where crafters of color are featured so that we can show them some love. Next up on the hop is Jill. Happy hopping!