Hope and Courage – Pink

Hi all, here is my card for today.

This card is made for a cause. Breast cancer did affect a few wonderful ladies I have known in my life especially my grand-mom and my neighbor who is more like a friend than an Aunt. This card is dedicated to these ladies who fought against this cancer with courage and confidence 🙂

How I made this card?
I wanted the card to be all pink obviously, since October is the pink month, for spreading awareness about breast cancer. The typography on the card is all edited and done by me using MS-Powerpoint. Yes we don’t need Photoshop 😉 You may use the following template if you like it too.

I am submitting this card for the following challenges
CFC73 challenge at CAS-ual Fridays here. 

ICRC22 – Monochromatic + Letter Family here– I have chosen the card to be pink (Monochrome) and the things I have used with letter P are the colour ‘pink’ obviously, ‘Punches’ (stars), ‘Print’ (Typography), ‘Pin holes’ (made pin/stitch holes around the white typography card for more effect, with a pin).Following is their challenge pad.

Challenge # 49- Be -Ye Kind- @ word art wednesday here.  This challenge asks for something uplifting and encouraging this week 🙂

Hope you liked my card. Your opinion about the card matters. Thank you.

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12 thoughts on “Hope and Courage – Pink

  1. What a beautiful card!! All your wonderful sentiments and all the lovely pink are so inspiring:)!! Thanks so much for joining the challenge this week and sharing your creative loveliness:)!!

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  2. This card is wonderful! I love how you played with typography in your design and the different tones you used 🙂
    Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  3. Hi Eesha! First, I want you to know how VERY glad i am that you found your way to Word Art Wednesday and chose to play along with us. We are always SO excited to meet new friends, and your beautiful art is a tremendous blessing to us, so…thank you for that. Next, I want to say how wonderful this card really is – it just sings a song of power and love for those who have struggled (or are struggling) with this awful disease. It offers hope and confidence – what a blessing. You obviously having a caring heart, and a love for the craft, and we are SO blessed to have you join us. I truly hope that you find us friendly, enjoy our fellowship, and that you will be back to play along all the time. We have some of the most awesome sponsors (and they get even more amazing in 2013)…you won't be disappointed!! We are just so grateful to have you play along in our challenges, and I'm already looking forward to seeing your next delightful project, Eesha! Keep crafting and sharing your talents to bless and encourage others, and please know how very grateful I am for your participation.
    Blessings to you,
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday
    P.S. Stop by and follow my blog if you will. I just became a new follower of yours.
    http://www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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