Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Think Pink~Ink Pink

Back in August I started a monthly feature on my blog. It lasted two short months (here was September's), and then took a 4 month hiatus, but today it returns! I thought of an official name for it too: Think Pink~Ink Pink. On the 25th of each month I will have a pink-themed card. You can win the card, blank inside, along with a coordinating envelope by doing two simple things.

1. Do your monthly BSE (breast self-exam).

2. Post a comment on the relevant Think Pink~Ink Pink blog entry by the deadline.

After the deadline for posting a comment has passed, I will randomly choose a winner.

Now, I know some of my customers have tried unsuccessfully in the past to post a comment, so I created a video tutorial. You can find the tutorial in the blog entry below this one (or by clicking here). It is my first of such tutorials, and I know there is a lot of growing room there, so bear with me.

So, you wanna see the card you can win? Here it is:

I CASEd this gorgeous card by Kathy LeDonne. Obviously I changed the colors, and no, that little crystal on the label is not a Stampin' Up! product, but I had stamped the sentiment a little off-centered and it needed something. I tried a half pearl from the Pretties Kit, but even the smallest one was too big. :(

I used the hostess level 3 set Dream a Little, Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink, Gable Green & Versamark inks, Pink Pirouette & Whisper White CS, the Coated White Pen Stripe pattern from the new Taste of Textiles specialty papers (found on p.156 of the current IB&C), Backgrounds I texturz plates, Lots of Tags sizzlits, paper snips, dimensionals, and White EP.

So, now to win this card, check your chest and leave a comment at the bottom of this blog entry by Saturday, February 28, at 9:00pm. Remember to view the video tutorial in the entry below if you need to. And don't forget to visit thebreastcancersite daily and click to fund free mamograms.

Sweet wishes!

ps. Thanks, Jill, for letting me borrow your sizzlits! I've been having such fun. I'll give them back tomorrow, I promise. Your Box #2 that's another story. ;)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love your card. I wanted some ideas from "Dream a Little". You and Kathy, (my downline) have inspired me to try my set out. I love the flowers. I have to find a way to put in the pretty bird. How nice of you to offer this beautiful card.
Thank You,
Marge Waskiewicz