Monday, March 30, 2009

Mojo on MONDAY!!!

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I am so excited to say I got to do the Mojo Monday sketch on Monday. It never seems possible for me LOL! Another good thing about a little one is that sometimes the babysitter can't watch her at the last minute. That is what happened today. Yahooo!!!! A real excuse to stay home and stamp. I got 4 projects finished today. I am going to share 2 tonight and more the rest of the week.

Another thing that helped me today was I had time to clean (neaten) up a bit in my stamping room. I found this wonderful piece of left over background paper that I made that needed to be used. This post will show you how I made this delicious homemade dsp. Here is Mojo Monday Sketch 80.
My take on the sketch

Didn't that paper really pull this card together? I am still loving that paper and I think it does look different on this card then my other creation. I did a lot of paper piercing on this card, but it is a little hard to see. The melon berry paper is stamped in white with damask designs. This card is for Izzy's Sunday school teacher.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Deets: All supplies are Papertrey Ink unless noted
Stamps: Everyday blessings, Everyday classics, Tags for Spring, Damask Designs, Faux Ribbon
Paper: Stampers Select White, Melon Berry, Srping Moss, SU Chocolate Chip
Ink: Spring Moss, Fresh Snow, SU Chocolate chip, versa mark, melon berry, lavender moon, sunrise surprise
Accessories: Chocolate satin ribbon, SU paper piercer, 1 3/8 circle punch, scallop circle punch, mat pack, clear embossing powder, heat tool, GKD small white button


Our Little Inspirations said...

Beautiful card, a true Easter blessing to whom ever receives it!
The paper just makes this lovely creation pop!


Cardmaking Galore said...

Love the colour scheme!

Alicia said...

Love this for a Easter card great job.

Nancy said...

Beautiful the stamps and paper that you used!

Priscilla Heaton aka priscillastyles said...

What a wonderful nice for easter. the paper combo works really well :)

Shabby Horse Creations said...

Great card. Love the cross stamp and the paper used.

Paul said...

Great card – love the colour scheme you’ve used. You’ve certainly done justice to the sketch.

Carla Harrah said...

Very pretty. Love the colors.