These cards are for two friends who have both been diagnosed with breast cancer. Kendra was first diagnosed and her friend Elke went to appointments with her and supported her only to discover soon after that she also had breast cancer. This brutal disease has had a huge impact on my life as my sister is a long term survivor and I still remember the agony the family went through with her.
If you look closely at the bra you will notice the 3D effect created by using a stylus on the backside of the bra cups. It is also decorated with pearls. the sentiment is raised on dimentionals.
Date: Friday, January 10, 2014 GMT Views: 627
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Fri, Jan 10, 2014 @ 7:12 PM
Great job on this, Elizabeth!! All those great spellbinders to frame out your card front - love the way you gave the bra a 3D look and have it centered with that great sentiment in such a lovely way on all those gorgeous dies! The pearls and the roses are the icing on the cake - These will really boost both girl's spirits, seeing how the teapotters rally around!
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Fri, Jan 10, 2014 @ 7:40 PM
Oh that sentiment is fantastic!!! Very pretty card!
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Sun, Jan 12, 2014 @ 7:10 AM
LOL, I love the idea of using a pearl inside the bra too to stop it getting crushed. These are so dainty and feminine, Elizabeth - and I always think that's a good thing for breast cancer cards, to help reaffirm our identity.