Pink Ribbon Treat Bag Toppers

Pink is everywhere in October, bringing awareness to the fight against breast cancer.  As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I’m joining 10 other designers in blog hop featuring DIY projects to inspire hope and the “Hope” Rollograph wheel (designed by Jen Goode).

For my DIY project contribution, I created toppers for little “thinking of you” treat bags.

Pink Ribbon Treat Toppers from Carla Schauer DesignsI used the “Hope” stamping wheel in a few different ways to make the toppers.  Each of the toppers was die cut from cardstock.  I created the ribbon design on the pink treat topper by stamping the ribbon design with Clearsnap Watermark Sparkle ink and heat embossing with clear powder.  A stamped sentiment, aqua glitter cardstock and bakers’ twine finish the topper.Pink Ribbon Pink Treat Topper from Carla Schauer Designs

The white topper was stamped using the “Hope” wheel and Pink Crafters’ Ink (Clearsnap).  I accented the stamped topper with aqua glitter cardstock, astamped sentiment, and a pink checked ribbon.

Pink Ribbon Treat Topper from Carla Schauer Designs

The final topper received a pink stamped and glittered ribbon accent.  I stamped the ribbon design onto pink cardstock using pink Crafter’s Ink and sprinkled glitter over the ink. Once the ink was heat set, I cut out the single ribbon from the design with fine tipped scissors and added it to the topper with a stamped sentiment and white satin ribbon.Pink Ribbon Teal Treat Topper from Carla Schauer Designs

Find out more information about the “Hope” Rollagraph Wheel, and download Jen Goode’s free “Fight like a girl” printables.

Pink Ribbon DIY Inspiring Hope Blog HopEnter to win a prize package featuring the “Hope” Rollagraph Wheel and make sure to check out the other DIY Pink Ribbon Projects to inspire Hope using the links below.

Thanks for stopping by, and be sure to get checked!Carla

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  1. I love how these tags turned out, so pretty! Thank you so much for participating in this week’s Pink Ribbon DIY blog hop, I’m so glad you joined in! <3

  2. Cathy van Vollentsee says:

    What a lovely touch. I will definitely use this idea for my charity scrap benefiting Breast Cancer research