Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Think Pink - Fight Like a Girl!

When I saw this set from Flourishes on Deena's blog
I just knew I needed it. We have two (!) friends who have been diagnosed with breast cancer this year. I know we probably all know a friend, relative or acquaintance who has this frightening disease.

I used a variety of "pinks" on this and the gift can that you'll see tomorrow, from pales to rosy. The dress is popped up on dimensionals. Wish you could see the sparkle. I used a Sakura glitter pen on the dress and the Hope sentiment.

After I made my card, I cruised SCS for a bit and found this awesome resource. Sketch Challenges Roxie had made a master file of all the challenges so you can view them from your computer, save them or print them out. Since I don't have a computer in my stamp room..another wish list item...I printed them out for easy reference.

Supply list: Stamps - Flourishes Think Pink - Fight like a Girl

Paper - Base and pinks - Bazzill Linen Texture

Ink - SU Regal Rose, Versamark

Accessories - Martha Stewart lace punch, pearl stick pin & beads, dimensionals, Sakura glitter pen, embossing powder, ribbon

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Jackie Bultje said...

Love your card, sorry about your friends! Where did you get the pearl stick pin? The only place I have ever found nice ones is in the Stampin'Up pretties kit. Jackie

Sabrina Jackson said...

Charlene, OMGosh, this is so gorgeous!!! Love that little dress and the stick pin, well, my friend, it is just divine!! The ribbon is so yummy looking. Your card is perfect all the way. I am sure whichever one of your friends, who has this terrible disease, you give this to, will treasure it!! Gotta put this stamp on my wishlist ;D. Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Unknown said...

Now that is just adorable!
I love your work!

Sue from Oregon said...

Wonderful set and great creation!

Mary Beth said...

Absolutely gorgeous and so!

Anonymous said...

Charlene this is gorgeous!!! It's a wonderful set to have isn't it?! Your card showcases this lovely dress so well, and the stickpin is such a pretty accent!! It is a very frightening disease as are all the cancers, but we do have hope! Strength and courage to your friends!

Crie Artezzanato said...

Great creation. I loved. I am from Brasil. My name is Val. I have a blog


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