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Hope Banner for October Breast Cancer Awareness

I made this banner for Breast Cancer Awareness in the month of October using several Cricut cuts, embellishments, the Cuttlebug and the Stand and Salute cart for the ribbon. I'll be entering this project to Link Up for Pink.


  1. oh wow such a beautiful banner... Thank you so much for linking up with us for Link Up for Pink....Celeste

  2. Beautiful gorgeous banner Ms LatinaCreativa. Thanks for joining our LUFP party!

  3. OH WOW!!!! This banner is FABULOUS!!!!
    Thank you for linking up! Can't wait to see your next project....plenty of time to link up!

  4. Not only do I love your "name"...but this is just gorgeous! Saw it on LUFP and had to come get a closer look.

  5. this is beautiful- you did a fab job xx

  6. New follower!! I love your banner, lots of effort went into that. I know that because I did one as well & I hope you can stop by & see it. Yours is BEAUTIFUL!

  7. Stunning banner!!! The work that went into creating this masterpiece is awesome - way to go!!!

  8. Stunning banner and what a beautiful piece of work!!!

  9. Very Beautiful Banner!!! ~Yvonne

  10. I saw your entry on LUFP and came over to see your banner properly :)
    Beautiful banner and for such a great cause too :)
    Lora x

  11. this is so gorgeous!!!
    Eva :0)
    I have a giveaway on my blog

  12. So beautiful. Love all the depth and texture in this.

  13. This is lovely Raquel! The colors are so delicate and beautiful. Great job!!


  14. Beautiful banner. You are very talented. Thanks for the inspiration.


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