Free Breast Cancer Awareness Stationary

Happy Friday!

Are you ready for the weekend? I'm so excited because tonight, Potential Church is having it's 2nd Annual Drive-in movie night! Woohoo! The movie is called 'Do You Believe' and is in aid of the women's trip to Fort Lauderdale for the Viva Conference! I get to go again this year and I'm super ecstatic because not only will I be a part of an amazing spiritual movement, but I'll get to see my boyfriend again! The conference is the 22-23 of October!

But onto something a little bit more important than that. I promised my subscribers a free monthly printable just for being awesome. And this month, you guys get not one, but two free printables! (Better hurry up and subscribe)! We're celebrating Halloween and Breast Cancer Awareness this month, and I'm proud to say that I'm participating in the Wear It Pink Campaign. Wear It Pink is a simple message for a complex issue. Asking women and also men to wear pink is a small ask that leaves a lot of room for people to plan their events around it.

International Wear it Pink day is October 23, 2015. And what better way to spread awareness, than with these awesome stationary?

Print these chic stationary cards on any plain white/beige cardstock paper to give or pass along any kind of message to a co-worker or a friend.

Use these to invite others to create an early detection plan, invite others to a fundraiser to provide mammograms for women in need or any other fun and creative way you want to show your support!

The great part is they can be double-sided! Just remember to print it that way, or you can use just one side. It’s up to you!


Just remember that if you’re going to share this file, don’t forget to credit the original source. Have fun!

The Halloween printables should be ready by next week!



DIY Button Ornament Card

Make Your Christmas presents too pretty to open by adorning them with unique handmade gift tags. Today I'm going to show you how to make a gorgeous Christmas gift tag with scrapbook paper glue dots, and old buttons. This little project takes only 30 minutes but will last a long time!

Step one:

Fold cardstock in half or four-quarters depending on the size, and cut on the fold.

Step two:

Arrange your buttons on the cardstock in your desired style.

Step Three:

Using glue dots, glue the buttons in place. Glue dots will give your buttons a 3D effect so that they won't look too flat on the paper.

Step Four:

Using a straight edge, (as you can see I don't own rulers, nor can I draw a straight line) draw your "string" from the top of the card to the top of the buttons.

Don't forget to sign "Merry Christmas" at the bottom of the card

Step Five:

Draw a bow at the bottom of the "string" over your buttons. This is the last step!

Adhere your card to your present using glue dots or however you choose. I'm sure whoever you give this too will be just as excited over the card as the gift. You can even sign a personal message on the back if you so wish.