Thursday, September 22, 2011

Let's Paint the Town Pink

Wow, almost the end of the week! I don't know about you, but my week seemed to whiz by. I'm going to visit my parents this weekend so I may have to catch up with you on Monday!

Today I have a card I made for Card Patterns sketch #133.

I created this card to remind everyone about  Link Up For Pink October 1st to 14th  with Gaby at Gaby Creates, Yolie at Just Yolie, and Celeste at Touched By A Butterfly. I hope you will join them and help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer!


Here is the sketch:


Supplies used: cardstock - two shades of pink; patterned paper from Breast Cancer Journaling Kit by Melissa Frances; sticker - Designer Stickers by Melissa Frances; ribbon - Michael's; rick rack - Melissa Frances; border punch - Martha Stewart; safety pin - Making Memories; silver ribbon charm - my stash; pink Stickles

13 comments:

Crafterkhush said...

oh wow.. this looks so cute and girly.. Aware of the link up party but since I won't be in town do not want to commit myself to it.. You've done a great job...!!

cklopping said...

OMG!!! This card is perfectly adorable! I LOVE the charm...the perfect embellishment!

GabyCreates.com said...

What a beautiful card Esther! Thanks!! Hugs ~Gaby

PinkBlingCrafter said...

Beautiful card:) LOVE the sentiment and the charm!!
Hugs

Elizabeth said...

This is beautiful!!! Pink is my favorite color! http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

Diane Hodrick said...

That's really pretty!

Mom said...

Very Beautiful Card ! I love the way you used the charm. The "prettiness" of this card extends a lovely invitation to support this worthy cause.

Dilsaver Designs said...

Such a great card, love your sentiment with the perfect little charm :)

ashley said...

What a great way to spread the word! Just gorgeous. You are a strong, fighter of a woman, and I couldn't be prouder to have you as my mommy!

WhichCraft-Liz said...

so pretty! the charm is adorable.

Thanks for sharing!

Liz

Elise said...

This is SOOOOO lovely, Esther! What a wonderful salute to the fight, inspirational use of the Card Patterns sketch, and lovely showcase for your talent... Thanks for sharing your delightful work with Card Patterns!

Cindy said...

BEAUTIFUL job Esther!I LOVE your sentiment and little charm!!:)

Dr Sonia S V said...

The glitter letters are awesome
Cheers from Bangalore ,India
Dr Sonia S V
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com