We recently welcomed several new members into our family with a remarriage. One of these special family members is the bride-to-be of our new step-nephew. She is an inspiring, beautiful, young woman who is battling Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I had honestly never heard of this type of cancer before, so I did some online research to learn more. I discovered that March 3rd was TNBC Global Awareness day, so I found it even more fitting to make this post during the month of March.
While I don’t know her whole story, the little I do know, makes me admire her fighting spirit so much. I wanted to make her a card and let her know I was thinking of her while she’s undergoing treatments and hopefully bring her a smile. I hope you will all enjoy the card tutorial and maybe consider learning more for yourself about this cancer or donating to research.
October 16, 2021-Note: Today our family said goodbye to the young woman I wrote about above. Her battle was hard fought and she stayed positive to the end that she would beat this monster. My deepest condolences go to her husband and the rest of our family and friends that loved her so much. May you Rest In Peace Miss Megan.
Hug your loved ones, don’t take them for granted. Every day is a gift.
Bravery in Battle Card Ingredients:
-5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ card-base & envelope
-5″ x 3 3/4″ chipboard
-Kindred Stamps set “Born To Be Brave”
-Liquid Pearls (Pewter & Hydrangea)
-Zig Wink of Stella glitter brush pen
-Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
-Strong double sided adhesive
-The following COPIC markers (mine are sourced from The Merri Artist):
Skin YR000, E01, E51
Clothing RV20, RV21, RV23
-Uniball Signo White gel pen
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