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October 10, 2011

Peace, Love & Cure card

Lori here from ScrappinMyStressAway.  I made this card for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I am happy to share it with you today at The Bug Bytes.

I used the peace symbol and the font from Feeling Groovy, the heart from George and the bra from Forever Young.  The peace symbol is sized to 1.36w x 1.31h.  The heart is 1.48w x 1.16h.  The bra and panties are sized to 3.25w x 1.31h.  I hid the panties with Hide Contour.  The letters are sized to .84inches.

I cut out the images in hot pink cardstock.  This cardstock had a little texture to it, so I used Multicut to cut it twice.  I kept the negative piece to use as a template.

I ran the cuts through my Xyron and adhered them to my pink shimmer cardstock perfectly.

Here is my top layer.

I added pink stickles to the shapes.  I mounted the pink shimmer paper to a piece of pink floral paper from K&Co.  I tied some pink tulle around the bottom and adhered a pink paper flower to the knot.  This little pink flower reminded me of the pink flowers on training bras!

I folded a 6x8 piece of white cardstock into a card and adhered the pink papers on it.  Here is my card and my wish for a cure!!

I am getting "smashed" this month ~ are you?  I hope so!!


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