Today, I wanted to expand on the technique used yesterday, heat embossing and introduce you to this beautiful black and white card of hope with heat embossed image.
Warrior Cancer Ribbon
Sadly, my list of recipients is ever changing I find myself mass producing these cards of hope each month. I try to send a card once a week and some times the list of recipients is nearly 30 or better. It does make me sad when I have to take people off the list for one reason or another because I know these cards really do help make people smile.
Cancer ribbons are in all sorts of colors to represent each type of cancer. I currently have two people on my list of recipients who are battling melanoma skin cancer. The color representing this type of cancer is black. I played on this with black and white cards.
A simple gesture can make someone's whole day. I've had people message me and let me know their loved one kept all the cards they received, or that they saw those few and far between smiles on days when cards showed up in the mail. I'm very proud to be able to do this for people who are suffering.
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Products used to make these cards:
The stamp Warrior Cancer Ribbon can be purchased here:
Miscellaneous black and white patterned paper
Black card stock from Michaels
Ranger Black Embossing powder
Versamark watermark ink pad