Thursday, October 28, 2010

Paper Cutz Challenge #65

Good morning everyone!
This week's challenge at the PCC is to make a card, layout, or paper project for Breast Cancer Awareness month using any colors you would like. Breast cancer is a disease that touches the lives of almost everyone. I think most of us know someone that has been diagnosed with this illness. Both of my grandmothers had breast cancer. One of them survived, but the other, unfortunately did not. By the time she was diagnosed, it has spread to her lungs. I have known many other people through the years that have been diagnosed and the one thing that I notice about the survivors is their attitude! My high school English teacher was the most positive lady when she was going through her treatment. She would always play and sing that song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and she would take off her wig in class! She did not let it get her down and she beat her cancer! That is what inspired this card today. I thought it was simple, but sassy. This is for all the fighters out go, girls!!!!
Be sure to submit your project to the Paper Cutz Challenge blog!
Recollections Cardstock
Zebra cardstock (Hobby Lobby)
Sizzix die cut
Jewel brads from my stash

1 comment:

  1. What a great, feisty card! I love the ribbon! Sounds like you have been fortunate to know some strong, incredible women in your life!