Think Pink!

Hello hello!

As many of you may know all ready, October is breast cancer awareness month. So I thought to create a “pink” page  for this purpose. Hope you like it as much as I enjoyed making it! 🙂


Below, as usual, you can find a list of the challenges I chose to enter with my little project. Feel free to have a look at these amazing blogs…you will find loads of inspiring creations and if you join the challenges you will get a chance to win great art supplies!

  • Simon Says Wednesday Challenge: Think Pink

  • Word Art Wednesday : #252- 253 Anything goes

  • Craft Your Passions: #334 Anything goes

  • Crafty Sentiments: Anything goes

  • Lil Patch of Crafty Friends: #44 Anything goes

  • Just Keep On Creating: October Anything goes link-up

  • Crafting with Friends: #30 Anything goes


Supplies used:


  • Crawford & Black A5 sketch pad
  • BoBunny – It’s written stamp
  • Papercraft – Alphabet Typography clear stamp set
  • Inkadinkado – Circle and dots stamp set
  • Homemade “butterfly” stencil
  • Homemade “little squares” stencil
  • Decoart media – Modeling paste white
  • Dylusions spray: funky fuchsia, cherry pie
  • Lindy’s Stamp Gang- Starburst Victorian Bouquet: Rambling Rose Pink
  • Archival Ink Jet Black
  • White gel pen
  • Black gel pen
  • Scrap paper from an old book
  • Scrap of white cardstock

Hope you got inspired! Have a good day and don’t forget to spread the word about ” breast cancer awareness”….prevention is always better than cure! And if you can’t prevent it … it’s better to know as early as possible!

See  you soon!


Kleri xx



10 thoughts on “Think Pink!”

  1. Wonderful inking here! We are so blessed you joined us at Word Art Wednesday. A new Challenge just started today and will be glad to have you linked with us again. Leaving you an encouragement from God’s Word found in Isaiah 12:2 which tells us, “Behold, God is my salvation,I will trust and not be afraid; For the Lord God is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation.” Have a great week.

    JO ANN

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