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Are You Wearing Red Today?

Today is National Wear Red Day! Ella friends nationwide are donning red to raise awareness about heart disease, and we invite you to join us.

 

Put on a red dress, t-shirt, shoes, necklace, lipstick, or ribbon—we know you have that! Then share a photo with us through our linky party (details at the end of this post). One random party guest will receive a Color Mists prize pack from Studio Calico and a red dress pin from the American Heart Association.

 

 

Heart disease kills one American woman every minute.* Who will be next? Will it be you? Will it be someone you love? Fight back by warning the women in your life and taking action together. The American Heart Association makes it easy, just click here to tell 5 friends what you already know: heart disease kills, but we don’t have to be its victims.

 

Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to tell female friends and relatives you want them around for years to come. Share your love, appreciation, and admiration with one of these girly greeting cards, tags, or gifts from our Ella friends. Plus, download a free printable.

 

 

Card by Christa Paustenbaugh

 

Card by Jennifer Wilson

 

Card by Kelly VanDerMolen

 

Card by Grace Tolman

 

Card by Grace Tolman

 

Card by Grace Tolman

 

Tag by Shemaine Smith

 

Tag by Shemaine Smith

 

Jar of Hearts by Elizabeth Dillow

 

Free Printable by Audrey Neal [download available at end of post]

 

Show Us Your Red for a Chance to Win

To enter, upload a picture of yourself wearing red to your blog or any photo-sharing service; then link it up below by February 5. One random winner will be drawn from the entries below and announced the week of February 6.

 

 

Note: If you don't have a blog or a place where you typically upload your layouts, feel free to add your layout to our Ella Publishing Flickr Gallery, and then add it to the Inlinkz collection above from there.
 

* Statistics provided by the American Heart Association (AHA). To learn more about heart disease, risk factors, and prevention, visit the AHA at heart.org.

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