5.01.2017

UNITED WE CONQUER! Ellen Hutson BCRF Fundraiser


My friends Ellen, Julie, and Chaitali have organized a special blog hop to bring awareness and to raise funds for breast cancer research.


In honor of three amazing mothers, Chaitali, Julie and Ellen, teamed up to find a way that they could make a difference and honor these very special women in their lives and actively contribute to finding a cure for breast cancer. Together they have created the Courage Stamp and Die Set.

$25 from the purchase price of each Courage Stamp and Die Set will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
We know that many of you are affected by this disease or other forms of cancer, and we are turning to you for help. After much research our team made the decision to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. BCRF is the highest rated breast cancer organization in the nation. To learn more about BCRF please visit their website at Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Through this fundraiser, it is our goal to educate and raise money for research and support services for patients and survivors battling breast cancer.

Won’t you join us?
Donate, stamp, share, create—there are many ways you can contribute! Visit the Ellen Hutson BCRF fundraiser page to find out how and to follow our progress.

Together we can!




I lost my grandmother to breast cancer, and my Mom is a two-time survivor, so this cause is near and dear to my heart. Please check out this hop, and help make a difference!

Here's the list of bloggers participating in this important blog hop:

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

41 comments:

  1. This is beautiful Kelly! I love that this blog hop is bringing awareness and support to others.

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  2. Kelly Marie this is such a gorgeous pop-up card! Thank you for participating ... so happy to read about your own Mom's survival!
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  3. Kelly, I just love the way you used this stamp set for a box card. Who wouldn't want to receive this garden of flowers for encouragement? Thanks for sharing this card and your story.

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  4. Kelly Marie, I love this beautiful card--the perfect way to send sunshine and cheer to someone going through a hard time! Like for you, this cause is dear to my heart. Thanks for bringing awareness and supporting this cause.

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  5. Oh wow! Your card is breathtaking!! How original and cool!!!

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  6. What a great way to show the flowers! Pretty!

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  7. First let me just say that your card is awesome!!! Is this a card or box??

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  8. I love the way you used the stamp set Kelly, your card is gorgeous! This is such an incredibly wonderful way to raise awareness and to donate to help cure breast cancer

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  9. What a great idea. I need to come up with a masculine one for a friends husband.

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  10. KELLY MARIE! This is ingenious! LOVE!!! Thank you for supporting our cause and your big and giving heart! XOXO!!!

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  11. Kelly this is a beautiful card. I have lost many close family members to different types of cancer so I am passionate about stomping out this disease as well, however, we have had some survivors too, so we have to stay strong. God bless you for taking part!

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  12. Your flowers are so bright and cheerful. Wonderful project!

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  13. Love this bunch of flowers! What a great idea to combine these sets!

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  14. Kelly, this is just amazing! Love this beautiful project.

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  15. I love, love, love this exploding box card! It's great how you show you can use it with other stamps (not just Lawn Fawn cuteness)! You've given me inspiration! Thank you!

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  16. Your box card is beautiful!! Breast cancer sucks!! Thank you all for creating such a beautiful stamp set and a way to support the cause! Can't wait to get my order!

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  17. Your card is just beautiful Kelly! Cancer sucks, I know many women who have fought BC and won, and my husband passed a year and a half ago at 52 years old from colon cancer. Found on his first colonoscopy and he was already at stage 5. Live two years after his diagnoses, fighting hard the whole 2 years. So all cancer is near and dear to my heart and we need to find a cure. I had to jump in and buy this set because I couldn't say no to a $25 donation to BC by Ellen Hudson! Hugs, Brenda

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  18. Beautiful box for the courage stamp and die. I had an aunt who had BC but she survived. Can you share the colors of ink that you used to make the fab flower arrangement. Thanks.

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  19. what a beautiful box card. the flower arrangement is perfect

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  20. Beautiful card box, love all these flowers and the sentiment on the blue is so pretty, great cause too

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  21. I am a breast cancer survivor. Thank you. Beautiful card!

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  22. I am surrounded by breast cancer survivors! My mom, sister, stepmom and two aunts are all survivors. What a great cause and your card / box is beautiful!!!

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  23. Love this card! Awesome stamp and die set for a wonderful cause!

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  24. Beautiful box card for a great cause.

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  25. Such a beautiful card, sure to bring a smile to the recipient.

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  26. I always enjoy anything you create. My maternal grandmother did not survive from breast cancer but my 28-year-old daughter has so far. So happy you still have your mom. We have all a story about this hideous disease.

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  27. What a cool box card! Thank you for sharing. My mom is currently in her second battle. So glad to hear your mom is a two survivor! I am anxious to say the same about my mom!

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  28. I LOVE your card, it is not only beautiful, but fun as well. How inspiring!

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  29. My mother is a two time survivor also. Tough ladies! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creation. Can't wait to get my stamp set--it's on the way.

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  30. I made my contribution too ❤️ !

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  31. I'm fortunate to know survivors, sorry about your loss. Thank you for doing your part in such a great cause.

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  32. What a pretty bouquet, and in my favorite box!

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  33. What a darling card. Anyone would be happy to receive it for any occasion.

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  34. I got the box die set at Create 2017 in Columbus OH last week and ordered the breast cancer set last night. I LOVE the sentiments and this card. Do you please have a supply list for colors used? They are spectacular! Thanks for sharing.

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  35. I had absolutely no symptoms or warnings that I had cancer. In March 2007 I suddenly felt like I had diarrhea but it was all blood and I went to the ER. I bled profusely through the rectum for an hour or so until they got it stopped. The doctor did a colonoscopy and found a stage II cancer, i was devastated when my doctor broke the sad news to me because i thought that was the end for me because i have heard so much news about how cancer have stolen away the lives of patients. With time i developed a 'belly' when all my life my abdomen was flat. I was still in my search for a cure after undergoing chemo and radiation thrice Until a friend of mine directed me to doctor Amber and advised me to try alternative medicine, which i did because then my doctor was no longer helpful at all and i had given up on myself. I got the herbal medicine which was relatively small in size, which i took for 10 weeks. For the past two and half years, I have had two additional colonoscopies and two CT scans, plus blood tests. So far, no recurrence, i am indeed really grafeful to GOD and Dr.Amber who stood by me and made all this happen through his medicine. Never give up hope and if you find yourself in the situation i was some years ago you can also contact him too via his personal email drambermurray@gmail.com

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