Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Pink Journey

I am working with PINK this week to support Breast Cancer Awareness. I used the ribbon from Godspeed, which is a military set. I had no other ribbon image, so I got creative :-)  I wanted this card to be feminine, so I used a flowery print and the Eyelet Border Punch.  I like how the Basic Gray looks as a neutral color.

Don't forget that our design team over at Pals Paper Arts will be hosting a PINK challenge this Thursday morning. Entering your PINK creation gives you a chance to win a fantastic PINK package of papercrafting goodies from Stampin' Up!  Please remember to wait until THURSDAY to upload your creation and be eligible to win!

Shopping List:

Card Stock:  Basic Gray, Blush Blossom, Pixie Pink
Designer Series Paper: Sweet Always
Stamps: Define Your Life, Godspeed
Extras: Scallop Punch, Eyelet Border Punch, Stampin' Write Markers, Circle Punch

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7 comments:

Melissa said...

Very pretty and touching! I love the border punch you used and the color combo!

Kris Kilcoyne said...

Creative way to use the ribbon from Godspeed.

Journey is the way my Mom describes her battle with this disease.

....Linda.... said...

The gray looks lovely with the pink - also like the eyelet touch!

Mary Fish said...

Thoughtful and creative. I love the double eyelet border :) Hugs, M

Kim said...

Very delicate and pretty card Patti!

Ann Schach said...

Wow! This is gorgeous! Great job, Patti!

Carla Bazhenow said...

So pretty Patti! Love those colors. The border really makes it pop. Hugs,