Amelia Designs X Pink Ribbon Foundation
The Pink Ribbon Foundation are once again delighted to be working with Clarice Downes, the Suffolk artist behind the Amelia Designs brand.
After succesful collaborations in 2020, which included a range boob prints sold during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a set of tongue-in-cheek Christmas cards, the Foundation were keen to continue the partnership and asked Clarice to come up with a design for a tote bag to sell on their official store.
A recent survey found that almost half of women don't check their breasts regularly for signs of breast cancer and one in 10 women have never checked their breasts for new or unusual changes! With this in mind, the Foundation were keen to encourage and remind women (and men) to check themselves and so commissioned Amelia Designs to come up with a boob print to adorn their 100% organic cotton bags. The result is fa-boob-ulous and the bag is now available to buy from their online store priced £12.00 with a donation to the charity for each one sold to support those affected by breast cancer.
(Every product on the website is made from organic cotton and printed in the UK in a renewable energy powered factory and delivered plastic free).
About Amelia Designs
Having an artistic flair from an early age, Clarice was able to take her hobby to the next level when COVID struck in 2020. She specialises in abstract acrylic canvas paintings, prints, line drawings and commission based projects. Check out her Instagram for examples of her amazing work!
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