Friday, October 31, 2014

Be Yourself....(give-away card)


Hello everyone,
Yvonne here with another pink card for Breast cancer Awareness month.
And again I would like to give away this card to someone who needs a cheer up.
All you have to do is leave a comment under this blogpost and mention that you know someone who you would like this card being sent to.


A random "winner" will be chosen on Monday and announced here on the Quietfire blog on Tuesday.
The winner may contact me (per private email) to provide me with the address and a personal note you would like on the card.
Please do know I live in The Netherlands so it will take at least a week for the card to arrive.
Again I hope you like my small gesture towards awareness and hope to cheer up someone with my card....

Used materials:
- Quietfire Stamps: The Woods Would be Very Silent (#6357)
- Black Archival ink
- Distress inkpad: Spun Sugar
- Ink Blending tool
- Spellbinders: Standard Circles Small (S4-116), Grand Squares (LF-126), Royal Circle (S4-444)
- Cardstock: Pink patterned, silver metalic, white
- Mulberry flowers, berries, satin Ribbon, lace.
- 3D-foam squares


And now the winner of the card I placed last Monday here on the Quietfire blog


The winner is:
This is a stunning card. Thank you for offering to send it to someone with breast cancer. I do know of a lady in my town who has breast cancer, got diagnosed last year and had a mastectomy. Still issues with the reconstruction, but she's in for more treatments til the 31st

Froggietalks: Congrats!
Please contact me by email (to be found on the right bar of my blog) for the adress the card is to be sent to and the personal message you would like to be written on the card.

Hugs,
Yvonne

11 comments:

  1. Lovely card. My dear friend Lora with reoccurring breast cancer (3rd bout after double mastectomies several years ago along with the chemo and radiation) would love this card. Thanks. MJER

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  2. Beautiful card. It would make someone really happy to get it, especially coming from another country and someone they didn't know. I would recommend my friend who was diagnosed last December. She is cancer free right now.

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  3. This is a beautiful card, so elegant and girly! I have a friend in England who has been battling this awful disease for two years. She has just come out of surgery, (she had a tumour come up in her neck) and for the first time ever was in tears. The delay in getting the surgery done has meant that the cancer has spread and will be terminal. She has to wait now until they decide when they can commence chemo. She is trying to care for her elderly father as well who lost his wife of 60 years 2 years ago. This card would delight her as she loves cards and hand crafted items. Thank you for the kind offer to help others with your beautiful cards. What a blessing!

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  4. This is a beautiful card, and what a kind and thoughtful gesture on your part to give it away. My daughter in law Cara has just been diagnosed with breast cancer, this past week. It came as quite a blow as the CT scan of her lump falsely showed it to be only a cyst, but testing proved otherwise. We are waiting for the results of genetic testing which will determine whether or not she will have to have a double mastectomy, along with the already for sure radiation and chemo. Cara is 29 years old, and their 2 children are 8 and 6 years old. This card would be a lovely gesture to cheer her on in her beginning stages of her journey towards healing and health.

    Mickey Drake ( drakemickey@yahoo.ca )

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  5. Beautiful card and so well done. Love the layers and the flower spray is gorgeous,

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  6. beautiful and congrats to the winner of the other card. Have a great day

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  7. Beautiful card Yvonne. My cousins wife is battling breast cancer. She just recently was told the treatments she was on are not working. So it is back to square one. Would love for her to receive this.

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  8. Gorgeous card! I know a couple of gals who could really use this card to cheer them up with all they are going through.

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  9. Such a beautiful card!! I have a cousin and a friend both fighting breast cancer and I would love to send it to one of them.
    You are very generous giving your cards away.

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  10. Gorgeous card, takes your breath away so beautiful & I love the sentiment it says it all perfectly

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  11. this is beautiful. My friend just found out that her lumpectomy was not enough and is now preparing for a mastectomy so I would like this card for her if I was lucky enough to win x

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