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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Breast Cancer Awareness

We are sharing a few Breast Cancer Awareness projects today. Tenia Nelson created a clean & simple "Believe" card;


Amy Duff created a ribbon for a dear friend. Amy says, "I started with a Bravissimo ribbon from Making Memories. I used a cupcake liner and then added an extra large scallop punch in cream cardstock. I punched a large salmon colored circle from card stock, added the sticker sentiment from Celebrate Life #39046 and a ribbon border from Think Pink #49010, then popped it with foam dots. I placed the pink ribbon sticker, also from Celebrate Life, on a piece of cream cardstock, trimmed, and attached it to the top."


"The three tails are stickers from Think Pink and were also placed on cream cardstock, trimmed, and then tucked under the scallop. A few drops of pink glitter to accent and it was done!"


"I made this for a special friend that just received word she is now cancer-free. She deserves so much more than a ribbon after the battle she fought. She wears something pink on herself everyday, and I thought maybe she might want something a little bit more for those days she really wants to shout it out that she is a survivor!"

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5 comments:

Carolyn King said...

Tenia---that card is amazing. Love how clean it is yet has a great design. Amy--love your ribbon. The words hanging down is a great touch.

Liz Weber said...

Love your beautiful card Tenia, so elegant, so pretty, so special.

Amy I love how you have used those stickers and ribbons to create such a special gift.

Jojorenee said...

This is awesome!

~jan said...

Fabulous projects, ladies! I love how "strong" the color pink can be!

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Lovely projects by the ladies! ;o)

 
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