Make it Pink Challenge

October 7th, 2008 in projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Join the CraftStylish Make It Pink Challenge and craft towards a cure! There's just one catch...whether you sew, make jewelry, knit, crochet, do paper crafts, bead, embroider, or quilt.(or in our case get creative with junk)..your project has to be PINK! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month—pink ribbons are everywhere, all in support of finding a cure for breast cancer.

 

CraftStylish challenges you to get crafty and make it pink. Post your creation into our Make it Pink gallery (see below) and for each project posted CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the largest organization dedicated towards finding a cure for breast cancer at every stage. This grassroots foundation has already raised over one billion dollars and their great rallying force is primed to realize their goal of eradicating this deadly disease.

Throughout October, CraftStylish will feature terrific Make it Pink how-to projects to inspire your creations and to tickle your crafting fancy! Okay, let's go crafters: make it pink--for the cure!

Make It Pink Challenge:

  • All Make It Pink projects must be something that you have made (not something you have bought).
  • A specific project can be uploaded only once.
  • One person may upload up to five different projects (five project per person limit).
  • For each project loaded CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure (total donation up to one thousand dollars)
  • The project must be pink!

Make It Pink! CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure for every posted project to the challenge!

 

 

JUNKMARKET Style Submission Notes:

First, make sure to head over to CraftStylish and post your "Make It Pink Challenge" thread. Link is here.

Then, come back over to JUNKMARKETStyle.com and post your project in THIS thread for all of us to see! Just scroll down to where it says "Did you make this?" and click "Post your project photos." That will compile all of your entries right here in this post. Simple!

 

 


Did you make this?
After you make it, show it off to other members in the Member Junk area.
Post your project photos
 


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