Cancer Awareness Card for Kat Scrappiness

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Cancer AwarenessWow, October is half way done and there are still so many things to be done for this year… But let’s take a break from all the year end preparations and focus on some other things πŸ˜‰

As you might know, October is breast cancer awareness month. Newton’s Nook released a very cute support stamp set that lets you create encouraging cards for your loved ones. The Design Team at Kat Scrappiness loved this set so much that we wanted to share it with you.

Join our challenge for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate for Newton’s Nook, woohoo! Upload a supportive or encouraging card over at the Kat Scrappiness blog between October 17 – 21, 2016

During that time you can also use Coupon Code BCA2016 for 10% off KatScrappiness.com

Here is the card that I created with Newton’s Nook “Newton’s Support” stamps set.
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I started by randomly stamping the bow with two different Lawn Fawn gray tones to create the background. Then I blended Picked Raspberry Distress Ink onto the paper, but just around the edges, not the entire background.
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I love heat embossed sentiments, so I picked the “Life is tough but so are you!” sentiment and heat embossed it on vellum with silver embossing powder. I thought that might fit to the gray bows πŸ˜‰

Then I stamped the cat with Memento ink and colored it using Copic markers. I added a little sparkle to the bow and adhered it to the strip of vellum.
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Before I adhered it to the background, I die cut it using the mini rope die. Then I wrapped the vellum piece around it and adhered it to the card base. Finally, I added some Kat Scrappiness sequins all over the card.

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Jump on over to the Kat Scrappiness blog and check out all the other amazing cards my Design Team colleagues created. And don’t forget to join our challenge! At the end it’s you who should win some awesome stuff πŸ˜›

6 Comments:

  1. Very sweet card.

  2. This card is so adorable! I love how you inked the edges pink and did silver embossing for the sentiment! Thanks for sharing and for helping spread awareness too!

  3. Such a sweet card! Your ink blending is perfect! And your coloring too!

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