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Mojo Monday 400

Our cards were created in celebration of Mojo Monday’s 400th challenge.  The sketch was the first challenge created in 2007 by Julee Tilman.  You will enjoy reading her story and seeing some great sketches from other talented card makers at http://www.mojomonday.blogspot.com.


Robyn’s card is a sunny and bright creation with great design and clean simple lines.  The stripes and plaid work well together and the embossed tulips are a great addition adding extra interest.  Robyn used Recollections paper from Michael’s and the embossing folder is Darice’s tulips.

 

Robyn’s Card
Karen’s card is full of sweetness.  From the sweet blue flowers to the delicate doilie this card could work for so many occasions.  The card base is Soft Grey from Stampin’ Up as is the DSP from their Painted Blooms collection.  The doilie is a Martha Stewart creation and the stamps are from an unknown source.

 

Karen’s Card
Sharon’s card is a simple collection of colors from Stampin’ Up’s Subtles collection:  Soft Sky, Marina Mist, Pear Pizzazz, and Blushing Bride.  Combined with SU’s Big Dot embossing folder and Papertrey Ink’s Mini Blooms stamp set it’s easy to see how using several pastels can creat a soft and pleasing look.

 

Sharon’s Card

We enjoyed this week’s challenge as it was fun and quick to create.  This design is just as great today as it was 8 years ago, don’t you agree?!
Thanks for your visit!

Sharon

 

One thought on “Mojo Monday 400

  1. These are all so lovely! Those cheery yellow stripes just make me smile. Love that doily shape on Karen’s card and those soft, sweet colors on Sharon’s. Thanks to all for joining in with us over at Mojo Monday this week!

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