Hope – by Jennifer Priest

All week long the Tombow team is bringing you pink themed projects in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Today, I am sharing an uplifting card that could be sent to a survivor or a friend battling breast cancer right now. 


To create this card, print out a vintage photograph on kraft paper. This photograph is a free clip art from graphicsfairy.blogspot.com but a photo of the person for whom the card is for would be perfect as well. 

Distress the edges of the image and add to the card front using Tombow Power Bond Adhesive – the rough edges of the photo will cause it to lift away from the card but Tombow’s Power Bond Adhesive will permanently hold the photo in place. 

Next, cut a primitive crown from dictionary paper add to the photograph. Punch a circle from the same dictionary paper and add to the card. 

Fashion a pink breast cancer awareness ribbon from pink twill and adhere to the card using Tombow’s Power Tabs. These will give the ribbon dimension and also hold it in place permanently. 

Add a sentiment with letter stickers and then mist the card with a shimmery spray mist. Give and inspire hope!

Supplies:

  • Tombow Power Tabs
  • Tombow Power Bond
  • Paper – Crate Paper, October Afternoon, The Paper Company
  • Stickers – October Afternoon
  • Ribbon – Creative Impressions
  • Image – GraphicsFairy.blogspot.com
  • Distressing Tool – Zutter Distrezz-it-All
  • Spray Ink – Smooch Spritz by Clearsnap in Ginger Ale
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