Thursday, October 7, 2010

In support of Breast Cancer...

With it being the month of October....I figured I would like to support those with Breast Cancer.
The slogan I computer generated says it all.
For Every Fight won....For each battle lost....For those still Fighting....I proudly wear pink! My stamp is from a wonderful blogger friend, Lisa. It is a Penny Black stamp.
I used my cricut for the ribbon.
I am sending a prayer to all of you who are fighting to win this terrible form of cancer.
Keep the faith....God is great and the master of healing!
Blessings always....Tammy
entered into challenge: My Sheri Crafts breast cancer theme
and challenge "anything goes" Sew Many Cards


  1. Hi tammy - hope you are feeling a little better today . Love this project especially as its for such a great cause. The image looks great in Pink
    Lisa ;)
    ps you could enter it into an oldie but goodie challenge whose theme this week is animal antics

  2. Love this project and I am so glad to see your support!!

    Hope you are feeling better!!!

  3. This is terrific! Thanks so much for joining us this week!

  4. Thank you, Tammy, for such an inspiring post. What a wonderful, sweet project. My mom is currently fighting breast cancer (and WINNING)! I love pink!

  5. Such a nice project! Thanks for sharing :)

  6. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww! This is a FAB project Tammy! I loveeeeeeeeeeeee it! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  7. Tammy what a fabulous project and you have made it beautiful and also a great post for such a good cause chum I wear my ribbon pin always and also my wrist band for Breast Cancer Awareness, I hope you are feeling a bit better chum look after yourself lots a hugs xoxo
    Sarah x

  8. I love the humor and the message behind your project. :-)

  9. Congratulations, Tammy, you have won the bird pillow (I didn't see an email address for you, and I wanted to make sure that you sent me your address.)

    Wonderful post. Your prayers for those fighting breast cancer are going directly to my mother this month. She had her mastectomy about three weeks ago and will start her chemo-therapy in about two weeks I think. Your prayers have helped her get stronger both physically, spiritually, and mentally.

    What a wonderful support group women bring to those actively fighting or surviving cancer!

    By the way -- if any of your followers/friends have or have had breast cancer, please tell them to visit my blog and read about the pin I will send them. I want them to have a little something this month to show some bloggy love. All I need is an address. I'm sending out another large group of these pins on Monday. I will send out as many as are requested!

    Love and hugs!!!! (...and congrats)


I appreciate all the sweet comments...thank you!

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