4.24.2012

Check the Girls!


Good Morning fellow crafter's and friends. 
Today is a very special day here at PTT.  Not only do we have some special guests from Feline Playful, but we are announcing our new DT!  Be sure to hop to the challenge blog to read ALL the Details!  PLUS our current DT is doing a very special tribute to our very good friend Jen Scull.  

So, lets start with the tribute to Jen Scull.  I will give you a bit of insight about Jen.   Jen is very SWEET and a super organized person.  She is our sponsor coordinator (Danie has stepped in while she is away-Thank you Danie!)  On February 22, 2012, Jen got the results of a biopsy that she was positive for breast cancer.  She has what is called triple negative breast cancer (if you click it will explain what TN breast cancer is).  
Jen has kept her spirits high through her fight....here at PTT we are all very proud of our dear friend.  Jen, this post is for you!!!!

This is my project for this week's Anything Goes Project....


So..as I am now on the phone with owner supreme, Jenn...and I realized I didn't read carefully...

So it's ANYTHING GOES PLUS KRAFT.

PLUS KRAFT!!!  

Although, I have used a lot of fabulous supplies from Kraft Outlet.  Here I incorporated the library card and envelope to my door tag.  Simply pull out the tag and mark that you "checked the girls" this month!!  What a happy reminder, don't you think!  The twine also comes from the Kraft Outlet.  The bra image is from Bugagoo...and the awesome sentiment is from Starving Artistamps.


BTW, I also used paper from 3 Bugs in a Rug and dew drops from The Robin's Nest. Yes, PTT has awesome sponsors.  Be sure to link up and add the PTT badge to be in the running for the many, many weekly and month prizes!

2 comments:

Nancy said...

Your door hanger is terrific. What a great idea and good reminder.

Lynn McAuley said...

Form meets function!! What an awesome creation, Dawn!! Who could forget with this delightful reminder close at hand?

My prayers will be with Jen and her family during this difficult battle.
I worked with her on the Angel's Landing design team a couple of years ago. What a lovely lady.