The Make It Pink Challenge

comments (15) October 3rd, 2008     

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Make It Pink!  CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure for every posted project to the challenge!

Make It Pink!  CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure for every posted project to the challenge!

The Make it Pink Challenge is officially closed.  A thousand thanks to all of you who posted pink projects. Together we made it pink and helped support breast cancer awareness!  Stay tuned for a challenge recap when we make a donation to Susan G.Komen for the Cure from all of us here at CraftStylish!

Join the CraftStylish Make It Pink Challenge and craft towards a cure! There's just one catch...whether you sew, make jewelry, knit, crochet, do paper crafts, bead, embroider, or quilt...your project has to be PINK! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month—pink ribbons are everywhere, all in support of finding a cure for breast cancer.

CraftStylish challenges you to get crafty and make it pink. Post your creation into our Make it Pink gallery and for each project posted CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

In addition, for every pink prayer shawl uploaded to the Make it Pink gallery in October, Taunton Books will donate $10 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, up to $1,000!

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the largest organization dedicated towards finding a cure for breast cancer at every stage. This grassroots foundation has already raised over one billion dollars and their great rallying force is primed to realize their goal of eradicating this deadly disease.

Throughout October, CraftStylish will feature terrific Make it Pink how-to projects to inspire your creations and to tickle your crafting fancy! Okay, let's go crafters: make it pink--for the cure!

Make It Pink Challenge:

  • All Make It Pink projects must be something that you have made (not something you have bought).
  • A specific project can be uploaded only once.
  • One person may upload up to five different projects (five project per person limit).
  • For each project loaded CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G. Komen for the Cure (total donation up to one thousand dollars)

Here's how to enter:

To enter your project, visit the Make it Pink challenge gallery, and click the "Enter Your Project" link found on that page. Follow the form instructions to post your Make it Pink project.

All entries should include the following:

  1. Title of your pink project (should include the word pink).
  2. A brief description of what inspired your creation. We encourage personal stories of projects made in memory or support of someone with breast cancer.
  3. Please post at least two great images of your project (image requirements are detailed in the form).

If you have any questions or comments about The Make It Pink Challenge, please feel free to post them below. All questions will be answered here (below).

VIEW THE MAKE IT PINK CHALLENGE GALLERY HERE!

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Comments (15)

kalina writes: is it too late to post a project for "MAKE IT PINK"?? i am looking for the icon? i cant find it!
Posted: 3:10 pm on January 9th
Sandesigns writes: I wish this was an ongoing challenge....what could be more motivating? Pink is such a beautiful color and this is the best reason for creating with pink. Any chance the challenge will be repeated? I just posted a pink slash jacket and would have loved to post it in this section.
Posted: 12:46 pm on December 9th
NancyWard writes: Hi,

I posted an entry on my blog with a link to the Make It Pink Challenge...OK to do that?

Nancy Ward
http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com
Posted: 1:19 pm on October 25th
VictoriaNorth writes: Yes, you can post until 11:59pm on October 31st. You may have noticed we have a new and improved challenge gallery. Click any of the gallery links in this post or check out the ad on the homepage and you will see the new gallery and the easy link to post your projects.
Posted: 9:03 am on October 18th
fatewineroses writes: Can we post to the end of the month? I finally was able to design my project but the stitching will take at least a week I think.
Posted: 2:52 pm on October 17th
kawaii writes: i saw yor gallery and saw kraftinqt mini room. why its not in chalenge. it is pink room ? no?

Posted: 7:21 am on October 14th
Amyjoscreations writes: I like having the Challenges to inspire all of us designers and crafters.
I hope you like my designs and I look forward to the next Challenge.
Thanks
Posted: 3:20 am on October 13th
VictoriaNorth writes: nancyartscrafts,

I just linked your post to the challenge so that it will be counted. Thanks so much for your hard work. The dolls are great.
Posted: 9:35 am on October 10th
nancysartscrafts writes: I blogged about these cute pink breast cancer dolls here:

http://nancymccarroll.blogspot.com/2008/05/cancer-support-knit-dolls.html

Also, I have a picture of some of the dolls I made, but don't know how to post it here....
Posted: 8:44 am on October 10th
craes writes: yes i just saw it thx michaela have a great day craes
Posted: 10:40 pm on October 5th
MichaelaMurphy writes: Looks like your pink project posted Craes--thanks!
Posted: 1:59 am on October 5th
craes writes: i put some pink jewelry in but im not sure if its in the right place. if anyone can anser that question plz let me know thx craes
Posted: 10:36 pm on October 4th
crafty_gal writes: Hi,
The "picture frame icon" has been added to the post!
Thanks,
Jessica
Posted: 9:33 am on October 4th
nancysartscrafts writes: I agree with Shelle; where do we post entries?
Posted: 7:39 am on October 4th
Shelle writes: I would love to participate, but I don't see a picture frame icon or anything to click on to post my entry. :(
Thanks, Shelle Cain
Posted: 7:08 am on October 4th
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