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Turn It Teal 2016 – Hoodie Thinking of You Card

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turn-it-teal-2016-hoodie

Another card for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month (September).

For more information about Ovarian Cancer, please visit the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition website .

I stamped and embossed the hoodie first, then used my Stamp-a-ma-jig (stamp positioner) to get the ribbon in the correct spot. I had to mask the ends of the ribbon to fit it onto the hoodie, but it worked.

Supplies: Stamps – A Muse Artstamps, Gina K Designs, Papertrey Ink, paper – Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Stampin’ Up! Bermuda Bay, Smoky Slate, inks – Copic BG15, C1, C3, Tim Holtz/Ranger Distress Ink Peacock Feathers, VersaFine Onyx Black, dies – Spellbinders, embossing folder – Stampin’ Up!, embossing powder – Filigree Fine Art Powder clear.

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6 thoughts on “Turn It Teal 2016 – Hoodie Thinking of You Card

  1. Super, but you know that, right? Nice to make a modern card for this theme. You may have mentioned it specifically before, but I am of a ‘forgetting stuff’ age, so, can I ask who makes the ribbon awareness stamp?

    • Thank you for the kind words, Gillian! This ribbon stamp (wood mount) was made by A Muse Artstamps, before they became A Muse Studio. I do not know if they sell something similar now.

      • Somebody should, hopefully. I used to donate cards to the Royal Marsden (oncology specialist) hospital to sell when they were treating my dad, and something like this would be good for fundraising I think. I’ll have to add it to the sourcing list!

      • I looked at A Muse Studio’s website, nothing came up with “awareness ribbon” search. I will keep my eyes open…if I find anything, I will let you know! I also have a Provo Craft die (on the other Turn it Teal card last week)…it is still available here on Amazon & individual retailers.

      • Ooh that might be good, thanks, I’ll take a look. And now you have got me thinking, Cricut may have one for the Explore. I will go see. Thanks Kathy!

      • I have made a fair amount of specific cancer ribbon color cards, I understand. I love being able to create something so specific and so unique.