Friday, October 16, 2020

Breast Cancer Scrapbook Album

Happy Friday everyone! 😊 It's the end of the week and I'm happy to share a new album with you today. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I made a beautiful new scrapbook titled Hope For A Cure. This 6"x8" pretty pink album will be a meaningful keepsake for you or someone you know who is fighting breast cancer, supporting the cause, or has already won the battle. 

In honor of all those who have been impacted by this disease, I'll be donating the profits from this album to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

This scrapbook would be perfect for the strong women who want to document their own personal breast cancer journey. It could be used for memorable photos of a favorite doctor or nurse, a moment where they overcame a milestone or simple pics of time spent with supportive friends and family. 

Maybe you prefer to use this as a journal and write about your experience. There is plenty of space to document your thoughts, trials, and recovery. 


This album would be a wonderful keepsake for a fund-raising event like a walk/run. I walked in the Susan G Komen 3-day years ago and I loved scrapping all the photos from the weekend ... from my family holding signs, to the men wearing pink bras and boas!



There are so many supportive events that you may have attended with friends like a charitable luncheon, a tea or a shopping event with your girl squad all dressed in pink! Or maybe you and the family show your support at a city event where there's face painting, raffles, a sporting event and vendors selling pink merch.



This album has 16 pages (8 double-sided), pockets, fold out pages, and divided photo sleeves. It will hold at least 21 photos + journaling on the scrapbook pages and more in the divided photo sleeves.

 

Remember, when you purchase this kit or the preassembled version I'll be donating the profits to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. So not only will you be buying an awesome scrapbook but you'll also be giving to a wonderful cause!

Thanks so much and have a great weekend!



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1 comment:

  1. One in every twenty-eight women is suffering from this kind of cancer, however, breast cancer in men has been never shedding light upon. Most of us don’t even know that men are also vulnerable to breast cancer because every little has been exposed to this topic.

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