PS DT Blog Hop(e)

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  We would like to take this time to tell the women in our lives how very special they are to us.  Please make sure to have a thorough check up every year because we love you dearly.
We would like you to all please visit our design team blogs and say hello. We all created a special card using our PS Hope stamps and Hope dies to show our support.

Emily Leiphart
Heidi Van Laar
Kalyn Kepner
Karolyn Loncon
Kim Kesti
Laura Bassen
Laurie Schmidlin
Teri Anderson
Paper Smooches~HopeFor my cards I used the Hope die and couple different sentiments from the Hope stamp set.
Paper Smooches~HopeI added a tiny heart with some glossy accents to the center of the “o”.
Paper Smooches~HopeFeel free to visit the National Breast Cancer Society to see how you can make a difference.
Thank you so much for joining us 🙂

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29 thoughts on “PS DT Blog Hop(e)

  1. I love your cards, Laura! My sister-in-law is going through radiation after chemo and it is a daunting road she is on and cards with encouragement mean a lot. Thanks for the ideas. thanks for focussing on Breast Cancer Awareness, too!!!!

  2. Wonderful cards, the stamping on that first one is just perfect….I would have had to do that many times…

  3. I don’t know how you do it, Laura…once again, your cards are just beautiful! Your stamping/die cutting technique on your first card is AMAZING, and your choice of sentiments on both cards are perfect! Such a lovely way to reach out to someone dealing with this horrific disease!

  4. What beautiful cards. I love the first one and such a great sentiment. This month marks my 7th year as a breast cancer survivor. The words still mean alot to me.

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