Frog Prince Paperie
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Wow, this is a stunning display and a powerful message.
What a beautiful party, I love all of the details, and of course the message! I JUST posted about rosette and fan decor and had to go back and add a link to this party.
Beautiful details – I shared it on my blog!
I just love everything you do! Thanks for sharing your work for such a wonderful cause.
You never cease to amaze me with your talent! Amazing!!
This is absolutely beautiful, I would love to get into doing projects like these but I don’t even know where to begin. Excellent Job!!!
Where are the “Think Pink” printables like the ones on the boxes ? Thanks for your help. We are having a Zumba pink party next Saturday and I can use all of the help that I can get.
I simply love this table! I having a Pink Night Out, A Breast Cancer Awareness Event in Philadelphia and I need these items. Where can I find these items on the site?
You can find them all here: http://frogprincepaperie.com/2011/10/free-printables-breast-cancer-awareness-month.html Have a great party!
Wow, this site really is amazing, a friend of mine is doing the Australian 60 km Cancer Awareness for Women walk in September 2013. I was looking for a little Special something to be able to donate for her show bags. I am making a tea bag cover and I’m planning on adding one of your awareness tags to them. Thank you so much. Love your site.
Thanks so much for sharing that, Leah! I am so glad to hear they are going to such good use!!
I’m looking for the following tags for a cancer event this weekend to see if I can purchase them if possible….Don’t be one of the statistics, being a women is the biggest risk factor for getting breast cancer and Be Well-Self exam and mammogram…
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