Saturday, November 15, 2008


You just have to love them.... I do! It is a wonderful company the month of October was Breast Cancer Awareness month and Prima got involved. They did a Pinky Swear project where the first 200 people that commented on their blog and promised they would tell 5 friends and family members to get their mammograms and annual checkups! I promised and I did right away e-mailed family members and friends! For my promise they promised to send me goodies, I received the package Thursday and my oh my what a package they gave me two bottles of Espirit flowers pink and yellow and a say it with charms heart charm. I was asked to make a project and post it to their blog. My problem was that it is now November and what do I do everyone else has already received theirs (the late arrival of my prima goodie package was not Prima's fault, it was mine, I had to get the money and the time to get a pre-addressed envelope to Prima all the way in California) I sat in my studio and stared at the flowers all I could think about was the song "Itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini" I tried to make other things related to breast cancer but could not get that song out of my mind so I made a bikini card this could be an encouragement card for weight loss, a happy birthday card, a happy honeymoon card, wedding card, going on a senior trip card, or even an encouragement to someone with termainal illness it is so bright and would bring a smile to anyones face!
My Itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini! How cute!

The inside sentiment!

Look at those flowers and there is my card again!

Close up of the heart charm I still have to come up with a project for this one!

Thanks for looking remember Monday is My favorite things Monday!!!

Happy crafting!!


Mardi said...

Very cute!

NanaBeth said...

This totally rocks-you did a fantastic job!

Miss Creative said...

Thank you ladies for your sweet comments! I was supposed to make something for breast cancer awareness but I figured this could be an encouragement card, and I had fun making it!