Hi there, this week my Tombow teamies and I have been sharing creations with a pink them in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness this month.
I do know a couple of people who are amazing breast cancer survivors and I dedicate this card to them and any woman who has had to cope with and endure the treatments involved with breast cancer.
I started with a base layer of medium pink cardstock and then added a layer of cream cardstock using my Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots. Next I die cut a frame from the Spellbinders A-2 Polka Dots die template and popped up using some Tombow Foam Tabs.
Next I added another layer of the medium pink with a smaller piece of scrap cardstock that I covered with strips of pink print papers. This layer was popped up with more of the Tombow Foam Tabs to allow enough room for the ribbon to fit under. For the final pieces of the puzzle, I added some layers that had been cut with the Spellbinders Scallop Labels One die template. The sentiment and butterfly are from the Gina K. Designs Hope is Faith set and were stamped in Memento Rich Cocoa ink and then the butterfly was colored with some Irojiten Color pencils and then I used the Tombow Dual Brush Blender pen to blend the light/dark pink colored pencils and give the butterfly a softer look. A little glitter and a few pearls finish off the card.
These are the amazing Tombow products used for this card:
Don’t forget, Tombow has a “Think Pink” Facebook contest going on and if you go to their Facebook page and hit the like button and post a comment saying “Think Pink” you will be entered to win some fabulous package of pink goodies. Click HERE to like and enter.
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this is absolutely gorgeous Melissa!