Friday, October 29, 2010

Think Pink Week Day 5!!

Happy Friday Everyone!

This has been an amazing week!  I have felt uplifted by the many comments and e-mails I have received from those of you who are now going or know someone going through breast cancer treatment.  WOW! We need to stop this little bugger in its tracks!!!  

I received this letter yesterday...

"Robyn,

My cousin Kelly just had her right breast removed on Tuesday.
Could we please add her to the list.  I know this would lift her spirits. Her motto is GOD IS ABLE
Her address is

Kelly Hutinson
63 Morningside dr
Utica, Oh 43080

This would mean the world to me if she opened her mailbox and got a card everyday or several in one day. I have attached a picture of here before she did a walk for breast cancer one week before here surgery.

Thank you,
Tina Lee"


Also, don't forget to think about Brenda today as she has her double mastectomy.  I'm sure she is very scared and also needs our comfort.

I heard that all went well with Monique's surgery yesterday so thanks to everyone for your thoughts and prayers.



Today I have decided to share a card I made using Cricut Rock Princess Cartridge along with my new Love-alicious Stamp Set!  So cute!!



How about I also give away one of these new Love-alicious My Pink Stamper sets!  Just leave a comment on this post with one thought from this Think Pink Week!




Don't forget that you can enter to win the Pink Expression once a day by leaving a comment on a post.  Here is what I have shared so far this week.

Day 1 - click HERE

Day 2 - click HERE

Day 3 - click HERE

Day 4 - click HERE

Tammy Skinner is also joining me in Think Pink Week so please check out her blog HERE!

959 comments:

  1. It's so uplifting to see so many reaching out to each other! The positive power of PINK!!!

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  2. This has been an amazing week on lots of blogs. I am so inspired by everyone!! Thanks for everything all you bloggers, you have kept everyones spirits high.

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  3. Thanks for all you do and for raising awareness of breast cancer. My prayers go out to all of the ladies (and gentlemen) with breast cancer, no matter what stage they are in.

    Great card,
    syoung6987@aol.com

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  4. i "heart" this card!

    Good job.

    Kristine

    Texas twirling at msn dot com

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  5. I agree - we need to stop this in it's tracks! I hope they figure out something very soon!

    Loving all the pink! :)

    Courts Crafts blog at gmail dot com

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  6. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who is struggling with this disease. It is so great that you can bring more recognition to this cause. Thanks for the giveaway!

    jenlovcarr at aol dot com

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  7. that is such a cute card robyn. rock princess is next on my list. my thoughts and prays goes out to everyone who is fighting or survived anything. thanks for another chance to win robyn you are so super awesome in your many ways.

    mia_initialpink@hotmail.com

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  8. that is such a cute card robyn. rock princess is next on my list. my thoughts and prays goes out to everyone who is fighting or survived anything. thanks for another chance to win robyn you are so super awesome in your many ways.

    mia_initialpink@hotmail.com

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  9. This is really an awesome thing that is being done. It is amazing to me, not only how many women are battling this, but also how my crafting sisters and brothers have embraced Think Pink week. I am sure that you will all be blessed many times in return!

    cjbarclay at gmail dot com

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  10. Its awesoeme what your doing!

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  11. Tammi Spradlin10/29/2010 10:00 AM

    Thoughts & prayers to Kelly! Adorable card Robyn, as usual! Thank you for all you do...including the giveaways!
    Tammi in Ohio
    jspradlin1@woh.rr.com

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  12. My prayers go out to all those who have had or have breast cancer. My sister in law was diagnosed 5 years ago. She fought it and won. So far she is cancer free. I have know so many women in our ministry over the years that have fought and won. Early detection is the key.
    God Bless,

    Teresa
    buzzanddax at gmail.com

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  13. I have to be honest that even though I always hear about the statistical numbers of how many women are affect by breast cancer, I've never really put faces or stories to these numbers, and I want to thank you and all of the other crafters out there who have helped share stories and raise awareness to this wonderful cause. Thank you and thoughts are with all of the families, fighters, and survivors out there!

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  14. I will so add Kelly to my list of cards to send out to her..
    Thank you for sharing your blog this week for breast cancer..
    The Scrapbooking Queen

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  15. Vickie Kijanski10/29/2010 10:01 AM

    I love the stamps. Was thinking about ordering them. You always make the cutest cards

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  16. What a cute little card and the sentiment is cute too!

    All my prayers out to these women in such a tough time!

    Take Care,

    Kristen
    kris_3_monkeys@yahoo.com

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  17. I love your card and I love your stamps! Thanks for supporting this cause all week!

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  18. I hope that they find a cure soon, so many lives are affected by this. It is wonderful to see how many people care enough to do things like this. Thank you!

    dilsaverdesigns at yahoo dot com

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  19. I love this card!

    veryscraptastic at gmail dot com

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  20. Thanks for sharing with us this week!

    I've always thought that wouldn't it be great if kids today wouldn't even have to think about cancer by the time they graduate from high school? That would be amazing.

    I lost my husband to brain cancer and many relatives to cancer, including three to breast cancer.

    I am praying for all of you who are struggling with this horrible disease.

    jen_chadwick at hotmail dot com

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  21. You're in our thoughts & prayers ladies! Cute card Robyn! Thanks for a chance to win (Entry #5 for Pink Expression)

    Terrie B
    terriennz@att.net
    crafteecards.blogspot.com

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  22. I really love all week, because we can, with a card, make a smile in someone face, thanks for share.

    Indira

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  23. What a great service project. All these women are in my prayers

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  24. Yesterday I had my first genetic counseling and found out that I have a 45% chance of getting breast cancer. Since my mother had it at 31 and her mother before her I kinda knew my risk was high. Just hard to see it on paper.

    Thank you for this wonderful week! I'm off to make pink ribbon cards. :o)

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  25. Love 'Pink Week'! We can never raise too much awareness of this terrible illness.

    Praying for a cure...

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  26. Hopefully this will help us all be more aware and be tested regularly. The card is cute by the way!

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  27. What an amazing week. My heart goes out to all those going through this horrible fight with cancer. Good luck to all!

    Cathy at amhcorp dot com

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  28. Thanks for a great week and all the wonderful projects!! I can't wait to get my cards in the mail!!!
    Bev Borda

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  29. This week has make me realized how blessed I am for my health and all my family's health. Also how many people out there that are going through health problems and my thoughts and prayers are with all of them.

    shakey91077@gmail.com

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  30. Love the new stamp set. Very cute card. Thanks for the chance to win. You are very generous and your support or these women in need is very uplifting. Thanks Robyn!

    Lisa
    liamsmom924 at hotmail dot com

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  31. Love the awareness month of October, and hope that all other cancers are approached with the same strong support.

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  32. This week has been amazing!!! With your blog and Tammys...all the walks and benefits everywhere. PINK has WON over all!! I sure wish the disease could see all the pink and just get out of the way!! Best wishes to all those who are fighting.

    SO happy we can lift spirits and put on a smile.

    Liza
    lizahenderson814@yahoo.com

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  33. Love what you all are doing this week!!! You have no idea how much of a blessing you are!
    Charlotte

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  34. It is good to see so many advocates for Breast Cancer. Sharing stories makes women more aware of how important it is to get checked as well as do your own monthly check.

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  35. Great card! My prayers are with all you have Cancer!
    janejohnson13@wildblue.net

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  36. I just LOVE this card! I love that we can make cards for people going through this. I am praying for all of them.
    jillian vance at embarqmail dot com

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  37. All you need is LOVE! This has been a great week with all your dedications to PINK and Breast Cancer Awareness.

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  38. Hi Robin~ Thanks again for all you do. I have lost 2 pieces of my heart this year to cancer. I hope to god one day we can have a cure.

    Megan
    meganbordinaro@yahoo.com

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  39. My thoughts and prayers are with Brenda, Monique, Kelly, and every other woman (or man) out there who is fighting! It's been very inspirational to see the people of every age and place around the world can rally together and support each other! Thanks!

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  40. Awesome card! My thoughts and prayers go out to all the ladies going throught this. May God bless each and everyone!

    chowlulu at aol dot com

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  41. Thanks Robyn for a wonderful week. God Bless all those who are now or may struggle with cancer. And give them strength and courage to carry on, carry on, carry on!

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  42. What a cute card, love your new stamps sets. Great job Robyn.

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  43. Love this card. I hope that all these cards bring smiles to them. Thinking about them.

    Heather
    Uofkgirl at gmail dot com

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  44. Super cute!! I love that card. It is so great that you are making a difference for people going through this. What a fabulous way to celebrate life.

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  45. If I could say onething.. I woud have to say that We are so much stronger in Numbers.. Together we can stand up to fight anyting. And just letting someone know that you R supporting them can do a lot of healing.

    Hugs
    Sharette
    momw4@hotmail.com

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  46. Cute card-

    Looks like I have another card to make.

    hawroe at yahoo dot com

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  47. Robyn, thank you for letting us know about all these ladies with breast cancer. I feel honored to send a card to them.

    Love your rock princess card!! Your new stamps are awesome.

    lschmitt40@hotmail.com

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  48. I love seeing how you use Rock Princess. it is one of my fave cartridges right now. I really do need to start getting some of your stamp sets

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  49. Our prayers go to all battling this horrible disease!!

    Susie
    misc.correspondence@yahoo.com

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  50. Thanks again for keeping everyone aware of this. As it hits close to home I pray daily for those who it affects

    Burffrau @ aol dot com

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  51. It's been an amazing week!! Everyone needs to remember to take care of yourself!! Thanks Robyn.

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  52. Thanks Robyn for all you do. Thoughts and prayers go out to all those fighting this battle!

    dmck50 at bellsouth dot net

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  53. Great awareness for breast cancer Robyn...it's sad but true that each and everyone of us have had someone in our lives affected...I send a little prayer out to all the women!!

    Love the card...all the pre teen/teen girlz would love this!!!

    smvluis28@hotmail.com

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  54. I think that the THINK PINK WEEK was an awesome thing to do! It couldn't be for a better cause!!!

    dmcarlisle09atgmaildotcom

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  55. It has been an awesome week thinking of others! I wish everyone would do this everyday somehow! Just keep swimming is my motto for life. I hope all the ladies continue to do so! Thanks Robyn for the giveaways!
    ~Pink Peep
    #5 entry

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  56. Thank u for all you do and for raising awareness of breast cancer.

    pkanchana8@hotmail.com

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  57. Fabulous card!!!! I will add the mentioned brave lady to my prayer list.

    rhaun64@gmail dotcom

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  58. Lots of inspiration on all the blogs. Reminds me of all the people I know who are currently battling breast cancer!
    KAKNURSE AT HOTMAIL DOT COM

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  59. Awesome card Robyn, You are awesome for having such a big heart! My thoughts and prayers go out to all the women out there. My Grandma had breast cancer and actually had to get one breast removed. Thanks for all you do Robyn.
    Minta

    mintab@gmail.com

    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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  60. my heart is ready to explode with sadness.

    I will put my heart in our God's hands too along with all who are going through tough times.

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  61. Thanks so much Robyn for doing this special week. These women and their stories are so inspiring. I am keeping them in my prayers.

    inkingitupcrazy at gmail dot com

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  62. My prayers go out to all those with breast cancer, no matter what stage they are in.

    theeps_26@hotmail.com

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  63. This is really an awesome thing that is being done.

    mcfbadboy@hotmail.com

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  64. So many inspiring stories. My prayers are with all these brave ladies.

    Thank you Robyn!
    CarlaP
    Simi Valley, CA

    carlin73 at att dot net

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  65. I love the sisterhood that is shared amongst those who are or know a breast cancer victim or survivor!

    Thanks for doing all that you do!

    rcrmbl at gmail.com

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  66. love the card... Breast Cancer affects every one some way somee how, every one know some or a family member that has gone thourgh this..my mom had cancer when she was a little kid.. then after she got married has us kids then she got breast cancer it was the saddess time in our lives.. but with faith and prayer she mad t thourgh..

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  67. Yes, what an inspiring week, it makes you truly appreciate everything!! Thanks and my prayers to all!
    Cindy
    miller896042@bellsouth.net

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  68. Thank you for helping raise awareness for this very important cause!
    carrie dot slaughter at gmail dot com

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  69. I love your new stamp sets. You are so creative. My prayers are with all.
    tarafurman@att.net

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  70. It is amazing how the crafting community have embraced Think Pink week.

    scorpio_mercury@hotmail.com

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  71. I am humbled by the support we are able to give each other in hours of need. Crafting truly touches lives and brings us closer together.
    Prayers once again to all those who need in.
    Robyn, thank you so much for a great week and all the work you have put into your projects.
    God bless you all.

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  72. I am sure that you will all be blessed many times in return!

    manchu003@hotmail.com

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  73. I will be in constant pray for all the women fighting the awful thing. I am going to start making some cards.

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  74. Thanks for supporting the cause all week. My thoughts and prayers are with the ones that are going through this rough time. I love the cards you made this week!

    Holly

    dixonmommy at hotmail dot com

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  75. I am more then pleased that friends and family are reaching out to you to get the word out of these ladies and ALL ladies batteling this terrible disease Robyn. Kelly is now added to my list to make a sweet pink card. God Bless you and ALL ladies in the world. Cute card for today as well as all week. Have a great weekend and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! blanphear @ yahoo dot com

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  76. Adorable card, Robyn!

    The stories of these brave women are stories that everyone needs to hear. Also, monthly self breast exams, regular doctor visits, and yearly mammograms saves lives. We all need to take a stand against this dreadful disease.

    Men should also be aware! Male breast cancer is on the rise, and they need to be diligent as well.

    This is a fight that we will someday win!

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  77. Great to see you bringing awareness for breast cancer. Your projects are great.
    I would love to win some of your stamps.

    melanie

    melanieblanton@embarqmail.com

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  78. I hope that they find a cure soon, so many lives are affected by this.

    sasirekha11@hotmail.com

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  79. Hearing all the stores has really pulled at my heart. I lost a very dear friend to breast cancer. She was an inspiration to all who knew her right to the end. We have to find a cure of this awful disease FAST! cmballard@aol.com

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  80. God is able!! Amen.
    Kelly's Faith has helped and will always help her.

    Thanks for sharing this and the adorable card.

    origena at gmail

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  81. Great week. Thank you for the awareness about breats cancer.
    motherloves32hotmail.com

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  82. Everytime I think about cancer my heart turns to my sister. She had Cervical Cancer and has been cancer free for almost two years. She was so strong even though at 31she had to have a complete hysterectomy and lost her ability to have children. Thanks for focusing on all the strong women out there fighting for their lives and their bodies. Tomorrow my sister is walking against breast cancer. You can still donate to the case and help the "Trotting TaTa's" reach their goal.

    http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?team_id=782150&pg=team&fr_id=28130&fl=en_US&et=UlHvmVwZdvit1hxaso3QZA..&s_tafId=541990

    Much love--
    mallorydanger at gmail dot com

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  83. Glad to hear Monique is doing well I' sure she will still need our prayers.Thoughts and prayer to Brenda and her family.After seeing all your new stamps I guess I have to become a stamper
    Cherie

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  84. This whole week has been amazing. To see so many helping others out is so nice.
    The card you made is too cute love the stamp!

    michelledotjones84atgmaildotcom

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  85. Wow. Althought there is no history in our family, I am thinking hard about being more proactive with self examinations. Thank you for raising our awareness.

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  86. loving this week so far... its great to see and hear about us crafting enthusiasts coming together for a great cause.

    migdaliam86@gmail.com

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  87. what amazing people you have following your blog. somedays, i think i have some big issue. NOT. these women need our prayers and suppport. thanks for sharing robyn

    colleen
    glyndi4don@sbcglobal.net

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  88. Prayers going out to all of these ladies and there families... On a lighter note I love that card too cute... I really want to get that cartridge such fun things on it!

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  89. I love the idea of sending cards to these brave ladies! So thoughtful! Thanks!

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  90. Many prayers going out to everyone!
    Great job on your card Robyn! Love the new stamps :)

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  91. Thanks for the chance to win! I have several cards to make now for all the girls! Love all your new cards.
    Wendy
    rebatw@yahoo dot com

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  92. Thank-you for everything you are doing this week Robyn. Many women won't have the support they need and deserve during their battle. So I really want to thank- you for all you're doing to support these women!

    lmzach@hotmail.com

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  93. What a wonderful "Pink Week." I have been blessed. What a terrible disease. My good friend just lost her second sister to breast cancer in September. The first was about 10 years ago. Oh my. My prayers to Monique and Brenda and Tammy and Kelly. And so many others.

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  94. I have been so touched by the love everyone is showing for each other! Even complete strangers!

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  95. This is wonderful! It really is. Maybe next year you can do a Purple Power week to raise awareness on Domestic Violence. October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month and one in three women will be impacted by it in their lifetimes.

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  96. as i have said all week...my thoughts are with all of the people (women & men) fighting this battle. still hoping also that i get to win a pink cricut.

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  97. I have loved seeing your creations and seeing all the comments from follows who they themselves, or their loved ones have been effected by this horrible disease. The brave and exceptional women are an inspiration to live life to the fullest each and every day.

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  98. I *heart* this card!! And I'm so encouraged by the willingness of everyone to share their talents with these amazing women!


    Meredith
    mcshupe@att.net

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  99. I'm so happy to hear that Monique's surgery went well and hoping the same for Brenda today! You are touching so many lives through all that you do- what a blessing to so many people!

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  100. Robin, thanks for all you do. This is just so awesome and inspiring.

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  101. Thanks for all of the uplifting cards this week for those who are affected by this terrible disease.

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  102. What an amazing inspirational week on The Pink Stamper site. You did a wonderful job bringing attention to ladies who really need support during this difficult time.

    Thank you so much for all your efforts!

    Tracy

    Tracy_Bateman@yahoo.com

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  103. WOW! That is HOT pink! Cute~
    danischuelke at yahoo dot com

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  104. I have commented every day this week and I have my fingers and toes crossed. Hope I win the awesome Pink Expression! Thanks for the chance :-)

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  105. I love the Rock Princess cart and this stamp set is great with it! I have really loved your cards this week and reading the comments. This is such a terrible, pervasive disease. Thanks for helping to keep the hope for it's cure in the forefront of everyone's mind! Kelly :) candkleo@msn.com

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  106. OMG!!! I love that card...it's so cute. I must have that stamp set. Thanks for the chance to win it. You rock!!!

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  107. great card robyn! Its so nice seeing the scrapbooking world come together to support this cause!

    stephanie
    s.a.metson@gmail.com

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  108. One thought from this week.
    My Mother died from breast cancer in 1973.

    She was only 45 years old, I wish they would have had the treatments back then that they do now.
    Also my Aunt ( Mom's youngest Sister) passed away just this last December from breast cancer.
    I have been thinking of Monique and Bren all week hoping all goes well with both of them.

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  109. It's been such an amazing week with so many coming together. I make sure to check my blog several times a day so that I can keep up with all the posts of everyone I follow and I have added a few more along the way. So many talented people. Thank you for your busy week of sharing.

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  110. Robyn, what a great PINK week!!! Thank you so much!

    Charity
    charity.anne@live.com

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  111. I am so glad for the reminder to think of those going through the trial of breast cancer.

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  112. Thinking of everyone going through rough times!

    Amanda
    arock1 at brockport dot edu

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  113. I love this week, because I love how many women on here have so much compassion for each other. The stories are amazing and the reaching out to one another is powerful.
    From a praying heart,
    DeeDee A.

    Dalinda.akerman@gmail.com

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  114. Great stamp set! Loving the Love-alicious set.

    This week has made me think about my health and making sure I see my doctor yearly. It's important for all of us to do this. Remember "don't be scared, be aware." Robyn, thanks for Think Pink week.

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  115. Thanks for all you do and this is an great thing you did this week.

    crysullivan@bellsouth.net

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  116. What an inspiring week you have had here on MPS. Your caring thoughts and support of your friends is so uplifting!

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  117. Super cute card and stamps!

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  118. Love the stamps! Thanks for all you do!

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  119. Love the stamps! Thanks for all you do!

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  120. Thank you all for more words of inspiration and to Robyn for giving us the forum with which to express our love and support.

    andystamper at gmail dot com

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  121. My heart goes out to all of you having surgery right now. My aunt passed away from breast cancer because she waited to late to get checked out.
    Renee'
    love4avon@yahoo.com

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  122. Cute card!! I love the new stamps.
    I'm keeping these women in my thoughts and prayers.

    vroedell@yahoo.com

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  123. Amazing group of "craft supporters" u have!! Job well done!!

    HeartAMZ1@aol.com
    Debbie Chapman

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  124. The list is getting longer and longer, it is so sad to say so many have been affected by this horrible deceise! A nice thought to think that the American Mail is going to be very Pink this week and the next, that is great to say I should think!

    love
    Jannie

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  125. Your "Think Pink" week has truly been inspirational! Thanks for raising awareness!

    ssmith8154@comcast.net

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  126. May God be with all those fighting cancer! Keep up the good fight!
    Lauren
    bytheocean2@comcast.net

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  127. I think the most amazing part is that so many people have been effected by this disease. I just wanted to add, that women are not the only ones effected by this disease. More and more men are being diagnosed with breast cancer.

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  128. I think we have all been touched by someone who has or had breast cancer. My sister is a survivor :) Thanks for spreading the awareness. Everyone needs to get their screenings... it might be uncomfortable but can be lifesaving!

    jnkstoo at yahoo dot com

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  129. It is sad that everyone has been touched my cancer in one way or another but it is really great that we can all get together and raise someones spirits by making and sending them all these great cards.

    gcastro4@msn.com

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  130. Thank you for all the awareness that you have brought to this awful disease this week. Let's all keep fighting so hopefully we can one day find a cure!

    ~Krystal

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  131. Great Card...Love the stamp!
    TFS
    craftali.com
    alisonscrafts at yahoo dot com

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  132. Thanks again Robyn for having this Think Pink week in support of all the ladies who fight and support loved ones and friends who have had to face this giant. I know it is encouraging to them and has made it easier for those who are going through it this week. It is a powerful thing when women band together. Keep up the great work you do!
    God Bless!
    Lynn
    passionwriter at gmail dot com

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  133. We the people are the cure if we pray and have hope. All you bloggers rock. Thanks Robyn for all you do for everyone.

    fmacpher@aol.com

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  134. I've been reminded this week how many people have been affected by breast cancer. Whether it be themselves, family members, friends, or friends of friends, it is a real battle so many are facing. I pray a cure is found soon.

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  135. Thank you for all you do for all of us!

    Wendy
    chefwendyp@gmail.com

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  136. I don't understand why we haven't found a cure or prevention for breast cancer yet. Where is all the money going? Awareness is great but WE have done that now is the time for the cure!!!! Prayers to all. cma21317@sbcglobal.net

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  137. It is a shame that there is no cure for all but uplifting to know that it can be detected early for some. Good luck to all going through this.
    Gloria H.

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  138. The support shown during this "Think Pink" week is truly inspirational! I have a very special friend who is a 20+ year Survivor! Thanks for all you do Robyn!

    Hugs,
    Christy Dillman
    micahzane@yahoo.com

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  139. Love the Rock Princess card. My heart goes out to all the women going through this. Thanks for the update on Monique.

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  140. Thanks for the update on Moniques surgery!
    Will definitely get a card made and sent out!

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  141. Your card is really cute, I showed my sister in law your blog and wha you were doing for Breast Cancer awareness and she was so happy, her mother passed away 5 years ago after a long battle with the disease. This is a big issue for her and she truely appreciates everyone's efforts to raise the spirits of those who are fighting this horrible disease. Thanks for all you do!


    Erika

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  142. Wow, so many affected by this awful thing we call "cancer". I have diffently become more aware, than I ever have been before.
    Robyn, that is due to your loving,caring and sharing heart!

    God's Blessings,
    Monique
    bbnpgirl@netscape.net

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  143. Great awareness of breast cancer this week!

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  144. What a great thing you have done by helping us to remember ever day these amazing women who are fighting the pink fight!
    I love your stamp sets! I can't wait to one day own all of them.
    Thanks so much for all you do!

    Tina
    esau-katina@hotmail.com

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  145. This has been an amazing week, here on the blogosphere. My sister, Carole, is one of the lucky ones who is doing well since her bout. My very dear friend and neighbor, Ann, wife and mom of two young daughters, was not so lucky. We lost her earlier this year. Thanks to everyone sending warm thoughts and prayers. They are so needed and so helpful.

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  146. Everything about Think Pink week was awesome. Thanks!

    stephanniemarshall@hotmail.com

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  147. I just got the Rock Princess cartridge yesterday in the mail! Now I am even more excited to use it!

    AWESOME Think Pink Week! It is so amazing to see so many people come together to celebrate a good cause and awesome ladies. Seeing all the support one small group of ladies can give is so inspiring! Thanks for all the great projects and for hosting such awesome giveaways!

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  148. Robyn thank you for giving us the opportunity to bless others with a bit of joy in their mailboxes.
    It's amazing what we can do when we brighten another friends day & support each other in our prayers and well wishes.

    --Holly

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  149. It's so uplifting to see how many people you can reach and give them hope. Thank you Robyn for making that possible. My aunt passed away of breast cancer at a young age of 55 a few years ago. Such a terrible disease so to bring hope to one person makes it all worth it.
    wplouffe@ntl.sympatico.ca

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  150. Thank You for all of the inspiring stories... Way too many! Love the card... Just checked my stash. I cannot believe I don't have this one.
    Tiffany
    tiffanysne@yahoo.com

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  151. That is so wonderful of you to post these ladies on your blog,I can't wait to send them there cards that i am making for them.

    Cute card.I love it

    http://ikolinda-scrappinmomma.blogspot.com

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  152. Thanks Robyn for all you have done this week. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who is struggling with this disease or know someone who is. Very cute cards all this week. Hope on day we will be able to have a cure. Trinity
    trinitywallace@ymail.com

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  153. Glad to hear Monique's surgery went well, hope she's home & comfortable very soon!
    ~Paula
    ScrapAddictsAttic@gmail.com

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  154. I hope that everyone does well with their surgeries. Love the card

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  155. This has been a heart felt week for sure. So many wonderful woman, I am grateful to be surrounded by everyone. Thank you for making this possible, Robyn. I hope each and everyone of them has a speedy recovery. May God Bless them all.

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  156. That is so great! I hope all goes well with Brenda too!

    ileanamv97@yahoo.com

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  157. I have tears after reading all the posts, I will be busy tonight making some more PINK cards to send out thanks for sharing.

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  158. It has been amazing hearing everyones stories this week. It makes me more aware of this cancer and to pray for those who are affected by it.

    Angela
    Simple Creations
    simplecreations@ live.com

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  159. I thought this week was amazing the kindness that you shown along with the great giveaways. tis_fine_ladie@hotmail.com

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  160. This week has been an rolloer coaster for these women dealing with these surgeries. Thank you for making it a little easier.

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  161. Prayers for everyone its amazing how many people are touched by cancer or know someone who is. I wish there was a child awareness month. Maybe someday anyway love the stamp set thanks for the chance love all the pink ideas and the outreach to all these brave ladies
    Missy aka luvs2bug
    raggedyanna6@aol.com

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  162. Love the card!! I have really been uplifted by all the stories of courage of fighting this disease. I pray there will be a cure very soon!!

    Sarah
    farmboy@bevcomm.net

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  163. It's so wonderful to see so many women supporting each other. What a great week.
    MissChelle418@gmail.com

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  164. This card "Rocks." Robyn, thank you for sharing your inspiration for these women. I feel sad that so many people are effected by this disease. But I know that the women and men are blessed, love and have so many support in this world. God Bless them and have Joy shine on them.

    admin@mommyscraftingworld.com

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  165. I think this week has been very uplifting and also eye-opening. There are sooo many women and their families going through this terrible journey. Prayers are being sent out to each and every one! Thanks for letting us all take part in this awesome week!

    roxann dot snyder at att dot net

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  166. Thanks for the chance to win a stamp set. It is nice to know that so many--not just women, but men and children alike are in this fight to eradicate breast cancer--ALL CANCER.
    plweir@satx.rr.com

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  167. I have the most respect for those going through and have survived breast cancer! I am 23 years old and pray everyday to never have to experience this!

    Mallory
    mtylor17@memphis.edu

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  168. It's so uplifting to not only hear the positive outlooks that so many of those with breast cancer still have but to also see the support coming from such a broad range of strangers.

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  169. so stinkin' cute =)

    vayianosk@aol.com

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  170. My MIL stayed with us after all of her surgeries, she not only had a double mastectomy but a hysterectomy as well. Thankfully she is on the road to recovery after four surgeries in the last year.

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  171. I think that it is so wonderfull that their are so many crafters out there that are so supportive of all of the women that are effected by this disease. It warms my heart when I see so many people that care and are willing to go out of their way to help.

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  172. I love it.... Very cute!

    Lisa
    lamerlisa@hotmail.com
    http://lisakelly110803.blogspot.com

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  173. Robyn, Thanks for making this week all about PINK and bringing to our attention more ladies who need our prayers, cards and healing. My aunt is recovering from her surgery and set to begin chemo soon.

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  174. This is another adorable card. Robyn you come up with some pretty good ideas, I love them all. Thanks for sharing!
    Lindsey
    lindsey.186@hotmail.com

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  175. What a week. Whatever I am going through-some one out there has it a lot worse. Now that we are approaching Thanksgiving-I am trying to be more conscious of all that I have to be thankful for. THANKS Robyn for your great website and project ideas.

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  176. My prayers are with everyone dealing with breast cancer. Thank you for everything you did during Think Pink Week to bring awareness about breast cancer.

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  177. Praying for everyone that is going through this. Thank you for sharing this week.

    Kaye
    rklowe@united.net

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  178. Hi Robyn!
    It's WONDERFULE news for Monique...I KNEW she'd pull through! Thoughts & prayers for Brenda's surgery today. Prayers also going out to Patti & Kelly & Kelly's card will go out today as soon as it's made. ALL these ladies will soon be crafting with us again. I just want them all (& all the others going through this fight AND their families) to "KNOW YOU ARE NOT ALONE & DON'T BE SCARED. IT IS AN UPHILL BATTLE, AND EVEN THOUGH YOU CAN'T SEE US, KNOW THAT WE AND GOD ARE ALL THERE HELPING TO PUSH YOU UP & THAT HILL WILL GET SMALLER EVERY DAY!"
    Thanks so much Robyn for the follow-ups. Also thank you for the chance to win your stamp set AND the PINK E!!!
    Hugs from R.I.,
    Laura =:8
    coconutbunnie@yahoo.com

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  179. Well this think PINK means a lot to me because my Mom is a breast cancer survivor and it sure isn't easy going through this with someone you love and just seeing them going through so much pain. All I can say is that you are one Awesome lady!!! My prayers go out to everyone out there that is going through this in one way or another. Thank you again for your kind heart.
    Big pink hugs to you! jen

    I would love to win your stamp set so I could plaster it all over my blog...lol
    Have a super weekend!!
    jennyscards.blogspot.com

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  180. Awesome card I think I need to get rock princess! I thought this week was great, thank you for all the inspiration! You are amazing.;)

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  181. What a fantastic week on your blog! Keep up the great stuff...

    Sabrina
    icegal8 at aol dot com

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  183. I'm only 25, but I'm very aware that because of cancer running through my family, I will start getting breast cancer screenings in about ten years, and colonoscopies in about 15.

    I've heard mammograms are painful, but I'd rather deal with that discomfort than having to deal with the pain of telling my family goodbye because I've got breast cancer.

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  184. Thank you for all your hard work in putting this Pink Week together ! I'll be praying for Brenda today. Thanks for the chance to win the stamp and the GREAT expression ! I've also enjoyed seeing all your projects. Thanks !

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  185. This week has been so uplifting! Thanks Robyn!
    Lauren
    laurenashley6609@yahoo.com

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  186. Been thinking Pink all week. Thanks, Robyn.

    Vicki
    VLRichey@aol.com

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  187. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who is struggling with this disease. Great card and thanks for the giveaway. -Noreen

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  188. Such a cute card I love rock princess

    esabatine at gmail dot com

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  189. What a beautiful week of support for those who are battling breast cancer and those who have survived. It has also been a week of education, sometimes I feel because I am young it can't happen to me... it is a good reminder that it can touch everyone's life. Thanks for bringing this to the forfront of my life this week. Bless you!

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  190. My thoughts & prayers are with those struggling with cancer. I had a life threatening experience a few yrs. ago and my verses were "For His angels shall take charge over you and keep you safe in ALL ways," And "The fervent prayer of a righteoud man AVAILETH much"! My prayers are coming!

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  191. The has been a wonderful inspiring week. Such support for those who are dealing with breast cancer. Thanks for your encouragement and the things you do Robyn

    Marilyn C.

    mmc123mac (at)yahoo (dot) com

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  192. Thanks for all you do to help save the TaTa's! I *heart* your card and your new stamps.

    lauralu623@yahoo.com

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  193. What an amazing week of stories you've shared - we have to find a cure for this horrible disease! I've been praying for everyone affected by this and any type of cancer!

    kimberli_renee@yahoo.com

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  194. Thank you for all of your posts this week! I truly feel blessed knowing that so many people are willing to do for others, even when they don't know them. Thanks for getting the word out so that we can support our fellow crafters!

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  195. Hi Robyn,

    Adorable card....we just found out my aunt has BC about a week ago, it's in the early stages so hopefully she can stop the progression. Together we can be strong for all those who are suffering. What an amazing way to use your talents and fanbase to help these ladies through their journey!

    Thanks,
    Ramona B

    JBMB at comcast dot net

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  196. I just think this absolutely wonderful!! Sending all these amazing women cards. Robyn thank you for doing this, you are so awesome to pass this information along to cheer up these lovely ladies days. I have a friend who is almost 1 year cancer free and another who just hit her 1 year mark!! WooHoo!!!
    Thanks for the opportunity to win some goodies.
    Diane
    msdiane90@yahoo.com

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  197. I've got to say that this week has been really inspirational!! It's been a really crazy week here--but probably NOTHING compared to what some of these wonderful women are going through. I have everyone's addresses written down & I can't wait for naptime so I can work on some cards!! :) Thank you, Robyn, Tammy, Karlee & everyone else for doing PINK week! :)

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  198. Thanks for all the great "Pink" ideas this week!

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  199. So glad to hear abouth Monique, prayers to Brenda and everyone else going through this.
    Great card.

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