Monday, August 18, 2014

Blow Me Away...Mojo Monday #359

Hello!  Happy Monday!  It is time for a brand new Mojo Monday sketch :)  Here is my card for this week.


I made kind of a fun & simple card.  The image is from a retired CTMH stamp set, Under the Sea.  I stamped it in Memento Tuxedo Black on Choice Snow White card stock, colored with Copics, and cut out using the Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics.  I added some liquid glass to the bubbles.  I used the Waves stencil on the Sno Cone card stock with Sno Cone ink.  Here's a close-up.


Here is this week's sketch.


I hope you find some time to play with this sketch this week. Don't forget to link your creation up at the Mojo Monday blog for your chance to win. Be sure to check out the other Mojo Makers blogs for loads of inspiration. Links can be found in my side bar or at the linky on the Mojo Monday blog. Thanks so much for stopping by.



Supplies:




Stamps:  Under the Sea (CTMH)
Papers:  Lemon Drop, Banana Split, Sno Cone, Berrylicious (MFT), Choice Snow White (TE)
Inks:  Memento tuxedo black (Tsukineko), Sno Cone (MFT)
Accessories:  Waves stencil, Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics, Making Waves Die-namics, Horizontal Stitched Strips Die-namics (MFT), liquid glass (CTMH), Copic markers, Jody boosters

Monday, August 11, 2014

Delicious Birthday...Mojo #358

Hello :)  It is time for a brand new Mojo Monday sketch!  This week's sketch is #358 brought to us by Julee.  Here is my card for this week.





MFT had a fun birthday release last month and I picked up a few goodies :)  For this card I used the Bring on the Cake Die-namics and a sentiment from Delicious Birthday.  After cutting the cake layers from Sweet Tooth card stock, I cut them with the Quilted Stitched die from Lil' Inker.  The striped background is the Diagonal Stripes cling rubber background from MFT.  Here's a close-up!  I just love how the cake looks!



Here is this week's sketch.


I hope you find some time to play with this sketch this week. Don't forget to link your creation up at the Mojo Monday blog for your chance to win. Be sure to check out the other Mojo Makers blogs for loads of inspiration. Links can be found in my side bar or at the linky on theMojo Monday blog. Thanks so much for stopping by.



Supplies:




Delicious Birthday - A2
Stamps:  Delicious Birthday, Diagonal Stripes Background (MFT)
Paper:  Sweet Tooth, Razzle Berry, Grout Gray, Steel Grey, Bubblegum, Banana Split (MFT)
Inks:  Steel Grey hybrid (MFT)
Accessories:  Bring on the Cake Die-namics, Mini Scallop Edge Die-namics, Fishtail Flags STAX (MFT), Quilted Stitched Pattern die, Stitched Mats - Rectangles (Lil' Inker), Jody boosters

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Thinking of You...Dare to Get Dirty

Hello!  I have one last card to share for Dare to Get Dirty 2014.  You can find all the challenges HERE and you have until Monday to play along.  Check out the DTGD forum for all the details!  If you are not a Fan Club member, you can sign up here.  This card is for PattieG's challenge.


The flourish is from a retired CTMH set - Playful Flourishes, and the wooden bird is also retired from CTMH.  Here are links to the other products I used on this card.






Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope to see you in the Dare to Get Dirty forum!!!


Thinking of You card - A2
Stamps: Summer Garden (Simon Says Stamp), Playful Flourishes (CTMH)
Paper: Smooth White (MFT), vellum
Ink: Peacock distress ink (Tim Holtz - Ranger), Steel Grey hybrid, Electric Red dye (MFT)
Accessories: Decorative Doily Die-namics, Graduated Dots stencil (MFT), enamel dots (doodlebug), wooden shapes (CTMH)Techniques: stenciling, diecutting

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Dare to Get Dirty once again

I have two Dare to Get Dirty cards to share today.  If you are a Fan Club member, you can head over to the DTGD14 forum to see all the challenges and play along. If you aren't a member, you can sign up here.  Today it is my turn to play hostess and here is the card I created.



I made a shaker card for the first time ever :)  I used the Balloon STAX from MFT to cut a piece of A2 cardstock that was stamped with the Patterned Triangles Background in Sno Cone ink.  I adhered a piece of acetate to the back side to create the window and put loads of foam tape on, especially around all the edges of the balloon.  I put a handful of sequins in the balloon area. On a piece of Pink Lemonade card stock I stamped a sentiment and some images from Avery Elle's Cake & Candles stamp set.  I also glued a few sequins in place around the sentiment.  I removed the liners from all the foam tape pieces and adhered the stamped panel to the balloon panel.  The shaker panel was adhered to a Steel Grey card base.  Here is a close-up.


And the supplies I used on this card.





My next card is for SweetMissDaisy's challenge (aka Anna Wight).


I used the Chicken wire stencil from MFT with some antique linen distress ink to create the background.  The woodgrain frame was cut from patterned paper using the Rectangle Frames Die-namics.  The sentiment is from Taylored Expressions and was stamped on some paper which had been stamped with the Linen Background (MFT).  Here are links to all the supplies for this card.





Thanks so much for stopping by!  I hope to see you in the Dare to Get Dirty forum!!!


Happy Birthday shaker card
Stamps: Cake & Candles (Avery Elle), Patterned Triangles Background (MFT)
Paper: Steel Grey, Smooth White, Pink Lemonade (MFT)
Ink: dye inks - Sno Cone, Bubblegum, Red Hot; Steel Grey hybrid ink (MFT)
Accessories: Balloon STAX Die-namics (MFT), sequins (Lawn Fawn & misc), Divine Twine, foam tape, acetate

From Our House card
Stamps: Gingham background, Linen Background (MFT), Totally Tags Handmade (TE)
Paper: Smooth White, Electric Red, Hot Fudge, Primitive White (MFT), walnut grove 6x6 pad (Pebbles)
Ink: Electric Red dye, Natural dye, Hot Fudge hybrid (MFT), Antique Linen Distress (Tim Holtz - Ranger)
Accessories: Rectangle Frames Die-namics, Chicken wire stencil (MFT), Totally Tags die set (TE), burlap, foam boosters, ink blending tool, red marker

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