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A Card of Hope

I’ve got a card to share today in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

A Card of Hope

I’ve used a plain white card base and the free ‘fight like a girl’ set from A Muse Studio. I stamped it once in red currant, and then re-inked with pink lemonade to stamp the remaining top & bottom ‘hope’ image.

A Card of Hope

I tied a simple knot with ¼”white silk.

A Card of Hope

I made the symbolic pink ribbon out of 1/8” pink velvet. I used the ribbon tails from the silk to tie it in place.

A Card of Hope

To those fighting and all the survivors out there- sending you strength & support!

Thank you for stopping by today- I hope you’ve been inspired!

Blog post by: Jen Shears


Other Products Used

  • ‘Fight like a girl’ stamp set- A Muse studios
  • White cardstock- PTI
  • Fresh Ink- Impress


Products Referenced in This Post

  1. Jill Norwood

    Love your card of hope which is truly a blessing when a cancer diagnoses comes into your family’s life! To everyone fighting the battle that reads this be strong and fight on!

  2. SuZeQ

    Oh what a beautiful card. The message is perfect!

  3. TracyM #6773

    Beautiful card Jen – love your stamping and delightful velvet pink ribbon!!!


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