Breast Cancer Awareness Favor Boxes – Personalized!

In honor of the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Diva Entertains is pleased to offer these beautiful, personalized Pink Ribbon Favor Boxes in two designs:

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Our elegant breast cancer favor boxes are simply beautiful to behold and an elegant gift for your guests. Simply place each pink ribbon favor box on your table, ready for your guests to receive.

Each pink ribbon gift box measures approximately 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″. It can hold a generous amount of small candies, Lindt truffles, flower seeds, fortune cookie cookies, tea-light candles, etc. And it arrives fully assembled!

Please visit Diva Entertains to see all of our Pink Ribbon Favors.

Pink Stiletto Night for October Breast Cancer Month Awareness Event

A big “Thank You” to Chelsea at Deer Lodge Medical Center in Montana for sharing a picture of their “PINK STILETTO NIGHT” event in recognition of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events

What a beautiful event!  And Diva Entertains was honored to be a party of it.  Table decorations included our “Pink Polka Purse” Manicure Sets, our delicious, personalized Chocolate Stiletto Favors, as well as our personalized High Heel Wine Glasses.

Thank you Deer Lodge Medical Center!!

 

 

Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s October, which means Breast Cancer Awareness!  It’s such a hugely important topic for me (Char), as my little sister is battling her second round of breast cancer.  She is a fighter, but this battle is such a tough one!  In honor of Sarah, and all the other breast cancer survivors and fighters out there, I collected some pink inspiration!

From my favorite cookie maker/designer, Sweet Sugar Belle, some Think Pink cookies!

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From Stitch Craft, a tutorial on making a breast cancer awareness wreath. Isn’t it gorgeous?

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This isn’t a tutorial, but I love cake pops, Bakerella, and Kohl’s, so I had to share!  Those hundreds of pink cake pops made me cry!

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From See Jane Party, a super cute idea for DIY breast cancer koozies (never heard them called this before, but it’s cute!)

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And finally, because it IS October, and that means pumpkins too… I had to include a pink pumpkin inspiration!  From the Long Dirt Road

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And from Diva Entertains Breast Cancer Awareness Favors, how about some Pink Ribbon Oreos?

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More Breast Cancer Awareness

If you haven’t already, please check out our original Breast Cancer post from last week.  We are having a “Linky Party” for the entire month, and if you have a cancer survivor story or want to share about a cancer journey, please link your blog post(s) to ours so we can all share!

From our Linky Party, a few links you might want to check out:

And you really want to see more Pink Pumpkins, don’t you?

From Tammy’s Heart: Pink Pumpkins (a post she wrote last year, but I just could NOT pass up sharing this link):

 

Another post from last year, DIY Glitter PumpkinsBe sure to click over for a tutorial on how to make your own!

And our OWN pink and silver pumpkin, inspired by Martha Stewart Living:

Have YOU decorated any pink pumpkins?  Let us know – we’d love to see!

And… have you scheduled a mammogram, or reminded a friend or relative to schedule THEIR mammogram?  (Just a friendly breast cancer awareness reminder from Diva Entertains!)

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Did you know?  Diva Entertains donates a portion of the proceeds for ALL Breast Cancer related products and favors.

Pink Pumpkins For The Cure

My friend Mandy over at Project Queen wrote a lovely post this week about Breast Cancer awareness.  I will let you read her post in it’s entirety on her blog (by clicking HERE), but I wanted to share her fabulous photos with you.

Aren’t those fabulous Pink Pumpkins?  Mandy was kind enough to share her materials list with us:

Martha Stewart Craft Paint (Pink Taffeta Pearl and Amaranth Satin)
Ribbon
Straight Pins
Breast Cancer Ribbon Stickers (found them at Michael’s) and painted them a darker pink
Glitter
Glue

I definitely want to make some Pink Pumpkins… how about you?  I just LOVE the detail that the straight pins add on the ribbon.  I would not have thought to use pins like that (and I’m afraid I might not have had the patience TO do it)… so I’m completely impressed with how beautiful these pumpkins are!

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Mandy is the proud creator of a blog called Project Queen.  She is a mother of 5 amazing children, a Nana to 4 grandsons (with another one due the end of this month) and a wife to an amazing man that she has been married to for 21 years.  She is excited to venture into the new territory of being an “empty nester”, making new friends and finding an outlet for inspiring others, as they inspire her along the way.  

Your can read some FABulous… FABulous DIY posts on Mandy’s blog.  She is truly the Project Queen!

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If you have a Breast Cancer awareness post, we invite YOU to share it with us through our Breast Cancer Awareness Linky PartyCLICK HERE to read the Linky Party post, and add your link(s)!

 

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We know YOU know… October is Breast Cancer awareness month.

Pink ribbons are everywhere, and all around us, bloggers and newscasters are talking about mammograms and breast cancer stories.

And here at Diva Entertains, we want to join in the conversation.  Each week, we’ll highlight stories and posts relating to Breast Cancer awareness.  AND we invite you to be a part of the conversation here.

Below this post is a “Linky” tool, where you can enter YOUR blog or website address, with YOUR breast cancer post or story.  If you’ve written a survivor story… or a prayer request… or are doing something special for Breast Cancer awareness, please join the Diva Entertains Breast Cancer Link Party, so we can find out about you… and we can all share in this month of awareness together.