This Brest Cancer Encouragement Card tells anyone who receives it to keep fighting and that you are behind them. It is an important message. Show someone that you are with them.
This is a lever card with a circle like the star of the Independence Day card. They are simple cards to make. The card is a 5X5 card but I would use a 6X6 envelope for mailing because it is so thick.
You will need:
This breast cancer encouragement card must be done in shades of pink. I used a very subtle variegated red for the base and pink scraps for the rest of the card. None of the paper really has to be 2 sided or too thick because of all the layering.
Cutting the Breast Cancer Encouragement card
Cut the card base and the Cricut will do the writing. I used a black gel pen. Did you know that you can use any pen in your Cricut? You can see the trick here.
Most of the images are cut out of the pink overlays which makes them very thin so be careful with them. And the vine on the front is difficult to cut too.
Assembling the Breast Cancer Encouragement Card
First re crease the folds on both base cards. Glue the first and last section of the four crease base card to the ends of the other base card. With the back base card fold a valley fold and the middle fold on the other base card a mountain fold (the other two are valley folds), the card should stand. Make sure the circle lines up and moves freely through the hole.