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Pink Love


Happy Sunday!

Today I am super excited to share my first post as a designer for Kennedy Grace, so honored to have the opportunity to share my designs with you and to work with an amazing team.

 

This month we decided to use the color pink in our projects, to help raising awareness about Breast Cancer, unfortunately my family has been way to close to it, since my aunt ( my mom's twin) passed earlier this year from Breast Cancer and I know as a fact she was not the kind of person that would do the auto exam or go to the doctor, no day have passed that I haven't missed her, so please, please I beg you to check your breasts regularly, I will leave you the link here where you can find more information on how to do it, I know it may be scary, but finding it on time can make a huge difference!

Lowering your risk of breast cancer

For this project, I decided to do something different, I decided to decorate the cover of my calligraphy Moleskine book, to start I wrote my name with my calligraphy nib and white ink, using as a model my calligraphy teacher handwriting, then I stamped on versamark the beautiful bouquet from the Grace's Little Note stamp set on vellum and emboss it with Hero Arts white embossing powder, colored it with tombow markers on the back and fussy cut my images.

Here is a closer look of my project


Big Hugs to all!
Alba





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