Today I'm going to talk about a subject that's very close to my heart - and that is breast cancer. Unfortunately, cancer has affected many members of my family. My mum was diagnosed with a very aggressive type of breast cancer in 2008 and after a long battle she's cancer free for the past 7 years and I'm so grateful for that. That wasn't the case though for her twin sister... My aunt was diagnosed in June 2016 and she lost the battle to cancer in May 2017... It has really affected all the family and we miss her so much...
I was contacted by Julie, who is a breast cancer survivor, to create a weekly spread with the pink ribbon. I was very happy to create one for her, and I thought that, since October is the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I could share it with all of you.
I've created 4 different versions for you:
- An A5 size with pink dotted grid
- A Letter size with pink dotted grid
- A Letter size with white background
- A Letter size with white background and coloured ribbon
In the first 3 I left the ribbon and the designs in it in black and white, so that you can go ahead and colour it yourself in order to add your own touch to it.
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I'd like to thank Julie for her idea and also I'd like to say to everyone that has been through this horrible disease that you are an inspiration for all of us with your courage and determination.