Monday, April 21, 2014

Thinking of You...Mojo Monday #342

Hello :)  Hope all that celebrate had a very Happy Easter!  We did :)  It is time for a brand new Mojo Monday sketch.  Here is my card.

The highlights of this simple card - I used Wplus9's Fresh Cut Florals to stamp a strip on a card base that I had masked off using post-it tape.  I then ran the card base through my die cut machine twice with the stitched Die-namics from Blueprints 13.  The sentiment is from Taylored Expressions' Chalkboard Elements 2.  Here is a close-up.

I kind of love how the stamped card base came out!   I used lots of colors of MFT's dye inks.  Here is this week's sketch, which I modified just a bit :)

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.

I am making this post short and sweet - it's been a long weekend here!! School vacation is this week and today is the Boston Marathon.  My hubby is running, so I will once again be taking the kids to see him run by - the life of a marathon wife - lol!  Have a fantastic week :)


Stamps:  Fresh Cut Florals (Wplus9), Chalkboard Elements 2 (TE)
Papers:  Smooth White, Razzle Berry (MFT)
Inks:  Chocolate Brown, Razzle Berry, Grape Jelly, Lemon Drop, Orange Fizz, Sour Apple, Cotton Candy (MFT)
Accessories:  Blueprints 13 Die-namics, Stitched Circle STAX Die-namics, Pierced Square STAX Die-namics (MFT), ribbon (PTI), post-it tape, Jody boosters


Angela said...

Your card is extraordinarily lovely, Debbie!

Wanda Cullen said...

Debbie, this is gorgeous! I just love your masked border with the stitching detail! I thought it was DP at first glance.

Mélanie F said...

Beautiful card with spring colours ! Your strip stamped is awesone (thinking also this was paper). Well done !
Mélanie (Mel toi au scrap)

Joy said...

So pretty and fresh looking, love the yellows and purples on this card and the double ink stamping is always such a nice feature, hugs

Virginia Lu said...

Gorgeous , Debbie! The faux stitched lines are so subtle and beautiful with your pattern paper and layering! Well done!


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