Calling all Crafters! Make it Pink and Craft for the Cure!

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CraftStylish challenges you to make something pink and post it to the Make it Pink Challenge gallery.  For every project posted CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G.Komen for the Cure!
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!
CraftStylish challenges you to make something pink and post it to the Make it Pink Challenge gallery.  For every project posted CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G.Komen for the Cure!

CraftStylish challenges you to make something pink and post it to the Make it Pink Challenge gallery.  For every project posted CraftStylish will donate one dollar to Susan G.Komen for the Cure!

Photo: Michaela Murphy

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!

We are now mid-way through our October Breast Cancer Awareness month challenge: Make It Pink and there are already seventy eight pretty-in-pink projects posted in our new challenge gallery!

Now is the time to get crafty and join CraftStylish in crafting for the cure. It's easy, make something, anything--pink, post your project in the 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!

The more pink projects posted the bigger the donation--that's the challenge! Spread the word crafters! CraftStylish is proud to be a part of the effort to support research to find a cure for breast cancer – a cause that helps all our mothers, grandmothers, wives, sisters, daughters, granddaughters, nieces and friends. Do your part in October and “Make It Pink.”

Check out these terrific pink projects for inspiration. Transform your favorite tee with this trendy pink t-shirt restyling by Cal Patch, or show someone you care with this fabulous and thoughtful pink "Millie Box" by Jeffrey Rudell. Susan Beal's pink cocktail ring is quick-to-make and who doesn't need a little pink-bling? Kayte Terry's charming pink prize ribbon project makes the breast cancer awareness symbol extra special.

The Make it Pink Challenge runs through October 31st. All pink projects posted before 11:59pm will count as one dollar for the cure, all pink prayer shawl projects will count as ten dollars for the cure! Come on crafters, make us proud and make it pink!

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