Go-to Gal Hop: Stamp Out Breast Cancer! (10-17)

Hi all!

I’m joining up with some of the Go-to Gals today for a blog hop in honor of A Muse Studio’s Stamp Out Breast Cancer campaign.

Have you heard of it?

In the month of October, they are giving away 10,000 pamphlets on breast health and free stamps, specifically their Fight Like a Girl stamp set. Check out A Muse Studio’s blog to learn more about the campaign and for updates.

You can order the set through their Web site. They ask you pay $3 for shipping and handling. It’s a pretty sweet deal.

In honor of the campaign, some of us are playing with the set today! So let’s get on with it. Meet today’s cards! (Yep. Cardssss.)

Here’s #1.

The flowers are from A Muse Studio’s Floral Duet stamp set. I just stamped them on cardstock and then used a marker to add some extra highlights. The sentiment is one of my favorites from the Fight Like a Girl set.

And meet #2.

I used the same marker trick with the butterfly (which is from A Muse Studio’s Papillon stamp set). This sentiment is also from the Fight Like a Girl set.

Be sure to check out the blogs of these Go-to Gals to see how they used the set.

Julie’s talking about the campaign today, too!

And be sure to leave a comment. A Muse Studio has generously offered up one of their Pink Packs to give away to one of you.

The Pink Pack consists of: three ink pads; an assortment of lovely A Muse Studio papers; ribbon and pretty pink pearl stickers. It’s really lovely!

Comments will be taken until Friday, Oct. 19th. A winner will be selected this weekend!

Thanks for stopping by today!

80 thoughts on “Go-to Gal Hop: Stamp Out Breast Cancer! (10-17)

  1. that’s pretty awesome of them to do- I am thankful for such a supportive community! and as usual, your cardsssss rock! πŸ™‚

  2. Wonderful cards. I like the marker highlights on the images. I was hoping someone on the hop would use the buttercup sentiment.

  3. What a great cause! Both my mom and BFF from college were diagnosed with breast cancer this year. I just ordered my stamp set and can’t wait to make cards to send to them!

  4. So fantastic of A-Muse to do this and help spread the word about this fight we all have against breast cancer! Love your cards.

  5. love how you used a marker to add the highlights, really makes the card look more dimensional. great additions of the pearls to both cards. thanks for sharing.

  6. I already sent away for my “Fight like a Girl” stamp set and can’t wait to get it!! Breast Cancer Awareness is something I feel strongly about and have already made cards to send to 3 of my BFF’s that are survivors! Your cards are absolutely beautiful Teri! I would love to win this collection of goodies to use with my stamps!

  7. So very pretty! I love how you mixed pink and black on the first card, very elegant! The butterfly is wonderful, too! Thanks so much for sharing a fabulous way to support the beautiful ladies in my life!

  8. These are such pretty cards! I’ve always LOVED pink, black and white together and the polka-dot paired with the flower and butterfly images are aweseome! πŸ™‚

  9. Beautiful cards with fabulous colors! I love how you incorporated the Fight Like a Girl set with other stamp sets. I often don’t think out of the plastic case enough so I appreciate the prodding.

  10. Your card is very pretty and I’m going to order this nice set and maybe 1 or 2 others. : )

    Also loved your post at Paper Crafts Connection today.

  11. Gorgeous cards….I am a breast cancer survivor and love the month of October for bringing such awareness to this disease and for all who can “Fight Like a Girl”!! Thank you for sharing your cards and for the chance to win!

  12. Love both of these cards and the sentiments are perfect for so many occasions! A big hand to Amuse Stamps for sharing the importance of early detection!

  13. Great cards! Can’t wait for my set to arrive! That “pink pack” would sure help get me started:)

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  15. Wow- your cards are beautiful!!! Can you give a few tips around how you used the copic to color the flower???

  16. Your cards, as always, are lovely. My mother, sister & I are all breast cancer survivors, so this cause is near and dear to our hearts. I’ll be getting my stamp set when I’m done hopping, as I know others who are also facing breast cancer. Thanks to the Go-To Gals and A Muse for supporting this worthy campaign to educate and inspire. I love the Go-To Gal hops!

  17. This blog hop is awesome. Being diagnosed at the age of 32 ~ 14 years ago..yes you read that right I am a 14 year breast cancer survivor and thank you so much for your support in fighting this battle. Fight like a stamping girl!

  18. Really pretty cards! I’ve requested my set- and will be putting it to use toooooo soon.
    Thanks for getting the word out!

  19. Terrific projects, as always, Teri! πŸ™‚ I love that you showed how nicely the sentiments go with other images besides the awareness ribbon. I ordered my set and can’t wait ’till it comes!

  20. Great Stamp set…I daughter has lymphoma, not breast, but still a cancer. A friend made up t-shirts and Sweatshirts and they say: Fight Like a Girl and the ribbon has her name on it: Team Dina…awesome. Would love to win this set!

  21. Your cards are awesome. Love the “chin up buttercup” sentiment too. What a great campaign for a great cause.

  22. Great cards for such a nasty thing to have. My mother is a 20yr survivor-but my youngest sister is a nine month survivor. I have a hard time accepting this disease and DO NOT want to claim it for my family. That being said-I do love your cards! TFS! and spreading the word!

  23. Delightful cards, Terri, and a super way to promote awareness of breast cancer. Your highlighting is perfection and looks like vellum circles added texture to your focal image. What a great Blog Hop! I’m off to order my stamp set.

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  25. Thanks for supporting such a good cause! I am a survivor and appreciate all the help Breast Cancer awarenesscan get! Val from IL.

  26. Thanks for the wonderful cards and inspiration. A wonderful cause. My Mom had breast cancer twice and would have been “touched” to know that there are so many supporters out there. Thanks!!!

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