These DIY Breast Cancer Crafts To Give As Gifts are great ideas to help get your creative juices flowing. With so many amazing ideas out there, there are tons of ways you can show your support with simple décor, apparel and items you can sell or gift to others. These breast cancer crafts are some of our favorites to help support the cause of early detection and prevention.
DIY Breast Cancer Crafts To Give As Gifts
I love how this wreath is made using various shades of pink and white artificial flowers. This version is made with the tops of fake tulips, but you could easily do the same thing with any artificial flower in those colors.
This is a great pattern to follow to create cute bookmarks to give to friends and family. As you read your favorite book, you’ll be reminded of the need to always do self exams and be proactive about breast cancer.
This is a cute craft to make and give as gifts to your coffee loving friends. Use your favorite colors and of course the classic pink ribbon to make a fun sleeve that fits over your favorite travel coffee mug.
Get your scrapbook hat on to create this great framed quote to display in your home or give as a gift. A simple black frame, white card stock and various pink embellishments make this a simple and inexpensive breast cancer craft to give as gifts.
Using colored burlap wrapped and folded and a frame, you have a great easy to assemble wreath that is perfect for breast cancer awareness.
This pumpkin is pink with the word hope on it, but you can do so many different things with a pumpkin for breast cancer awareness. Painted with various shades of pink and sparkling with embellishments make this a great choice to use as a centerpiece or even decoration in your front yard or on your porch.
These breast cancer crafts to give as gifts are great choices for anyone who is wanting to share something special with their friends and family who may have had cancer. Survivors will love the empowering craft, and family members can remember those who didn’t beat cancer with love and fondness when looking at these crafts.
Have you ever made any great DIY breast cancer crafts to give as gifts? Tell us about them in the comments!