Wednesday, October 20, 2010

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Do you know anyone who has NOT been affected by breast cancer in some way? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Hug your mother, your aunt, your sister, your daughter, your friends. Tell them how much you love them, and remind them to check the "girls" regularly, and to get regular mammograms if they're eligible. Here's a cute way to remind them:

The cute little bees were stamped first, then layered with pink vellum cutouts popped up with 3D foam dots.
I am entering this card in the One Layer Wednesday challenge hosted by Jennifer Styles this week. The challenge is to make a one layer card using the birds and the bees or the flowers and the trees. I think my  boo bees fit the criteria, don't you? Check out the's fun to make simple cards once in a while, and more challenging than it looks.
I am also entering this card in the Splitcoast Stampers "Hope You Can Cling To" card drive campaign, for challenges HYCCT10(inspired by something on your walk), HYCCT14(use ribbon), and HYCCT17(popped up elements). For more info, check out Splitcoast Stampers HERE.

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All product CTMH
Card base: White Daisy cardstock
Stamps: W2017 Bee Mine (bees), D1311 Oct Word Puzzle (Boo), D1402 Togetherness (border), D1013 Playful caps alphabet, C1079 Playful lowercase alphabet.
Inks: Z2105 Black, Z2106 Blush
ribbon scrap
white mini brad


  1. Very cute with an important message. Great job on the challenge!

  2. Okay this made me laugh, but it certainly gets the message across. Brilliant!

  3. Great message Lorrinda and really cute card.

  4. Funny play on words but serious message ....WELL DONE!

  5. Hi Lorrinda

    I LOVE it!! Boo Bees, LOL, brilliant!

    Thanks for linking up to Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :-)

  6. First time here. Love the card an it has so much meaning to it. Great Job!!!

  7. I LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!! You are very talented!!!


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