I Support You and it's fashioned after the ribbons we all recognize.
So many people have been touched by cancer, my own family included. Both my grandmothers succumbed to the illness and more recently, my nephew is a survivor of Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I know there have been others and I'm sure the story is that same for many of you out there.
With my nephew in mind, I created my I Support You box in violet, it's the color for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Granted, a shade of purple is not at all a masculine color, nor is the ribbon I chose to match, but Dakota is man enough to accept it. LOL His scans have come back clean for 3 years and we continue to hope and pray that it stays that way.
The paper I have on the front is made with the Be Supportive stamp set, the poem was just pasted into a blank document several times, then I colored random words throughout.As you can see, I haven't filled it yet; gonna pick up some rainbow goldfish crackers. I have to tell you, this is one B-I-G box.
The ribbon is just wrapped around the box lid, it's so cute...it's a retro '70s ribbon that has words like Peace, Love, Hope, etc. and I thought it was just perfect for this project.
Be sure to visit the rest of the team, they each have something fabulous to show you.