Collaboration: free download & challenge

Now I have been known to talk about this before- but I view collaboration as essential. I believe that as we collaborate with others and work together we can all grow and do better. Think of all of the things we enjoy because people have collaborated: symphonies, music, technology- all of these exist as people share, challenge, and work together. 


So how can you collaborate? I bet the odds are good that if you look around- you can find a way you can work with others. If you happen to live in Utah, a few artists and I have started an artist collaboration called creative collaborative. We meet once a month and encourage each other in our endeavors. Tomorrow I will share with you some specific collaborations I have done- and the HUGE benefits which have come to me because of collaboration.

My gift to you: this fall greeting card which you can download, print, use, give as presents… just enjoy! (click button below to download high res pdf card for your personal use)

My challenge for you: If you download the card, I challenge you to think of a something you would like to do with someone- and do it! It can be small- like completing a craft with someone, or writing a note with your siblings and sending it to your parents. Or look around your community and see if there are group meetings or something you can do to encourage group collaboration in your area. I promise you that it will make a difference in your life- just try it!




  1. So excited for this! The download isn’t working for me though!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us! I’m pointing my readers to both of your free thank-yous. I think they will really enjoy your designs!

  3. I have been wanting to reconnect with some dear friends. I’ll write to one of them on this card thanking her for the special part she plays in my life and heart! Thanks for sharing your talents.

  4. Hi, I love your ideas and thank you for them. I did notice that in some areas of your website and blog you have spelling mistakes so just thought I’d point this out to help to improve your professionalism – I’m just starting out on an editing online website so am very alert to grammatical and spelling errors! (you have “children” misspelt)

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