I made this set of cards for someone I go to church with.  Since she is a Breast Cancer survivor, I really wanted to make them as pink as possible.  I used several different shades of pink, several different patterns, etc to create a matching set of cards for her to use with her name on them.  Instead of just using her initials for the center of the image, I used the Small Alpha to spell out her name around the border.  Then I used the Awareness Ribbon stamp from A Muse in the center.  Some I glittered, some I left plain pink.

I really like how they turned out – and I hope she does too!  I blurred out her name in case she didn’t want that shared – but it spells her first and last name along the bottom of the circle.


supplies: 1 5/8 wooden stamper; Small Letter Alphabet; lots of different pink cardstocks from SU and PTI; Different pink inks from PTI and SU; PTI sets: Background Basics Retro, Polka Dots 2, Background Basics Stars; Classic Circle nestabilities; quickie glue pen; Art Institute Glitter; pink satin ribbons; Pure Luxury White Cardstock Pure White in layering and base weights; and dimensionals.

And all products at The Stamp Castle are still 25% off right now, if you want to make something like this  yourself!  It even includes two Brand New JustRite sets that were released today: Autumn Blessings and Witch Way to the Treats.