segunda-feira, 15 de outubro de 2012

October pink embrace this cause!!!!

Hello girls!
After a holiday too cold and rain, today dawned beautiful sky blue immensely.
But the color of my post today is pink!!
The October Rose was created in the United States in 1997. The name refers to the color of the pink bow symbolizes that, globally, the fight against breast cancer. Over the years, several countries have joined the cause. In Brazil, the movement came in 2002.
Breast cancer is a disease that has caused Teal 7 million deaths worldwide, with about 10 thousand per year just in Brazil, in addition, 25 million women worldwide will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the next 25 years. As a result, the month of October this year, was named the world to fight this terrible disease.
  If diagnosed and treated timely, the prospects for cure are greatest.

                       A Nova Loja Do Papel created the contest Fashion For The Cure  I found a really cool initiative and decided to participate.

Women! It takes care of your health, pay attention to your body and especially to have medical supervision.
Take care!!
Used in this project:
Flowers Green Tara
Folha Swirly Flourish (unidades de 3)

10 comentários:

Adriana B disse...

Stunning details, love it :)

gracescraps@gmail.com disse...

Gorgeous page!! Love the pink and ribbon!! ~ Blessings, Tracey


Julie Tucker-Wolek disse...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh this is GORGEOUS!!! I love love love all the pink!!!

Fiona disse...

This is beautiful Marilia, love all the pink :)

sandi disse...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, love everything about this!

Color In the Box disse...

Eu AMEIIIII !!!!!!!!!!!!
Que página linda !!!!
Vc esta maravilhosa na fotinho !!!

Um beijoooo
True Colors

Marilyn disse...

looove your pink page Marilia...Gorgeous!!!!
Hugs! ;)

juscrap disse...

Pagina mais linda Marilia! Adoro rosa, super femino do jeitinho que eu gosto. beijos

Linda Eggleton disse...

Wow, this is stunning, Marilia. Such a gorgeous colour palette & design.

Chantal Vandenberg disse...