Thursday, October 23, 2008

Hope

I hadn't done Splitcoast's Ways to Use It challenge in ages, so I headed over there tonight for some inspiration. The challenge was to highlight one word on your card and incorporate pink into the design. I also checked out Kristina Werner's color challenge to use red or pink in a card, so it works for that challenge, too.

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I chose the word "hope." I plan to mail this card as part of this month's Cards for a Cause--Chemo Angels.

Paper: Pink Pirouette, PTI white
Accessories: chipboard letters (Thickers Sprinkles), ribbon (Michael's), Martha Stewart butterfly punch, rhinestone (The Paper Studio)

13 comments:

Kylie said...

Beautiful card! Love the sparkle and the cute little butterfly!
Take Care

~Kylie~

Angie Tieman said...

This is lovely!! Those letters and ribbon look so yummy! Beautiful!

Becky Carafa said...

This is so soft and pretty, very calming!

Pat (mspfd) said...

This is so pretty and such an inspiration! Wonderful creation!!

Stampmouse said...

beautiful card perfect for breast cancer awareness month

Sherri said...

Very pretty!

Elena said...

This card is so gentle! I love the color!

Susan (rainy) said...

So sweet and delicate. Very pretty card.

Heather said...

What a sweet card! It's really stunning - love the ribbon on it!
Heather x

Shirley said...

How thoughtful, sweet and so pretty too! Great card, Ann.

Cheryl Walker said...

This card is very pretty and sweet!!! great job on the challenge!!!!

Cheryl :)

JoLynn said...

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! And a fantastic cause! Love the letters!

Alison Anderson said...

This is very pretty! As a pink ribbon wearer myself, I really like this card!

Alison