Saturday, October 1, 2011

Cancer Awarness Blog Hop

The Scrapbooking Queen is a part
of the Cancer Awareness Blog Hop and
The Queen created this wonderful card to show
her support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The Queen knows how important
to be aware and get involved...
Susan G Komen 3-Day  give a whole bunch of
information and ways you can help...
So The Queen created this adorable card using
So if you coming from Scrap My Way  blog
your on the right path... if  you happen upon
The Queen's blog you should really start at the
beginning of the hop at Andrea Blog
The Queen use paper from  My Big Ideas
breast survivor paper..
Inked around the edges in
stampin' Up Petite Rose 
Colored Leslie in all PINK using
The Queen's new favorites
PrismaColor Pencils 
Tied as sweet bow using tulle...
{hugs Julie}.. I just love how it looks..
Stamp Sentiments with
Emma's My Creative Times..

So here is the whole card isn't it just perfect for
any cancer survior or someone presently
 going through treatment, everyone been touch by
cancer so go over and get your Leslie Image today

Now don't forget to visit
Karber Digital Shop ... and your next
stop on this hop is the very talented Cricut Chick

Now on to some blog candy...Since this is
Breast Cancer Awawaress Month
The Queen would like to give away some
PINK things to remind you to get your examine
before it's too late...
So The Queen will be giving away..
 a mini pink pencil holder...

To be enter for chance to win
you must
1} become a follower of The Scrapbooking Queen
2} Tell me who you know is fighting Breast Cancer


Raquel SK said...

This is very cute!-Raquel @

Claire Spielman said...

Hi, Thanks so much for helping to be a DT member in such an important hop. Your card is sweet & will inspire many women today.

My Happy Place by Vanessa said...

My sister is a breast cancer survivor! Thank you for sharing your cute card and efforts to bring awareness to Breast Cancer.

~Vanessa W
baboo7192 @

stefeni said...

Cute! My auntie is a survivor of breast cancer! Whoo hoo. Take that you cancer!

spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

Andrea said...

So cute card!

Ellen Jarvis said...

Hello, My Queen.

Unfortunately, I know too many people who are fighting breast cancer. Two of my friends, Linda and Marjie, are in active treatment. Linda just discovered her cancer in August and is in Day #25 of Chemo today. Marjie is a very young woman who suffered leukemia in her teens and now, breast cancer. She is having what she hopes will be her final surgery in less than 4 weeks, to remove her expander so reconstructive surgery can take place. Please pray for them. You can see more about them on my blog today, where I am participating in another Breast Cancer Awareness hop today:

The good news is that my sister is a 4-year survivor; she actually underwent genomic testing of her DNA to see what treatments would be most effective. She learned that chemo would kill her due to a certain DNA alignment our family has. My aunt (my mother's sister) wasn't so lucky -- breast cancer inevitably killed her after it metastasized to her bones and brain.

Your little pencil holder is adorable ... as is your beautiful card!!! Love that paper! And of course, the Karber digi.

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey

Theresa said...

Such a cute card. I have a family history with breast cancer. My sister (who is a cousin who was raised with me because her mother died of breast cancer when she was 3) My mother is a survivor and now my sisters' mother in law is loosing her battle with breast cancer that has spread to her lymph-nodes. Sad how this disease still takes people away from us.

Kathie said...

My mother was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer 11 months ago. She is a survivor! Thanks for the chance to win and even more for helping educate others on the importance of self examination and regular screenings. New statistics for 2011 - 1 in 8 women will have some type of aggressive breast cancer in their lifetime. 1 in 4 if you have a first degree relative (mom, sister). I am being proactive!


The mini trash can oh I have been looking for something to holder my colored pencil in
Rebecca Minor

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great card, great hop. My SIL is currently a survivor! We Thank God everyday!

Kimberly said...

Oh it's a sad thing when we all know someone who is fighting this horrific co-workers daughter just had her breast removed and i have to say, her mom wishes it was see your children suffer is so sad...

Jamie - oohLaLaPaperie said...

I just loooove this card! Thanks for the inspiration. My aunt ( my mom's sister) has just been diagnosed a couple of months ago with breast cancer, and I plan to make something for her.


Cathie w said...

so inspiring ..TFS!!!!


littlen said...

very nice card. tfs. i'm already a follower. i have several friends and family members who are either survivors or are currently in treatment. thanks for caring.

Kathy said...

Cute card! Love your coloring and the tulle bow! I have 2 good friends who are now 1 year cancer free! They both stopped their treatments last year around this time. Thanks for sharing!

joydee1963 said...

Great card,My sister is Breast cancer free for 15 yrs!I am a follower,joydee1963 at yahoo dot com

AmyJRockstar said...

This is the cutest card. I just love it! Going over to see if I can get that adorable image. I don't know anyone currently fighting it thank goodness, but my mom fought twice and survived, as did her mother and my SIL's mom sadly died from it. :( Horrible disease. Great cause. TFS and for the chance to win!

Be sure to stop by my blog to enter my 500 followers giveaway and stop by my blog for current hops I'm in and a chance to win even more blog candy!

Amy Jo (follower)

amyjrockstar at gmail dot com
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