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Calling All Sistahs – Check yourselves!

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Its the 17th of the month and time to check yourself as a preventive measure against breast cancer! Together with the other Sistahs at the Calling All Sistahs blog, we remind you every month to take the time to do this very important gesture, one that could save your life!

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The stamps and dies used to make this card comes from the Calling All Sistahs Breast Cancer Awareness collection over at the CAS-usual Fridays Stamps shop. 50% of all profits from the sale of any item from this collection is donated by the owner, Michele, to the Breast Cancer Society. She started this awareness campaign after she was diagnosed then conquered Cancer, knowing that early detection can save your life!

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Everything on the card came from my stash so it was a very quick card to make!

Thanks for stopping by and I always love to read your kind comments!

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Supplies used:

Hope Ribbon stamp, Ruffled ribbon die, Calling all Sistahs sentiment stamp, Tonic Studios A4 “Annabel” embossing folder, Distress Inks, Wow Embossing powder

I’m playing along at:

Cards and More – Cards for Women

HLS AG with Dies BadgeHappy Little Stampers – Anything Goes with Dies challenge

ssswchallengeSimon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge – Going Dotty

addicted to CASAddicted to CAS – Pink

4 thoughts on “Calling All Sistahs – Check yourselves!

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to send such a great message with this beautiful card! I love the bold pink that you chose for the ribbon and your sentiment is fabulous, Gwendolyn! So glad you played along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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