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Mojo Monday #427 For You

This week we have 3 great cards to share based on this design:

  
Sharon’s card is slightly askew from the design above, and based on a You Tube video from Connie Stewart at Simply Simple.  A fun and easy creation to CASE.  

 

sharon’s card
 
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, and Mossy Meadow – Stampin’ Up

Die Cuts:  Celebrate – Poppy Stamps & scallop – Stampin’ Up

Punches:  1″ Square & 7/8″ Scalloped Circle – Stampin’ Up 

Stamps:  Background Builders:  Vines Winter Additions – Uniko Studios,  

                  Wishing You & Joyous Celebrations – Stampin’ Up


Karen’s card has a very creative take on this week’s challenge.  Using four squares as window panes is very clever, and using vellum makes the window look frosty.  The sweet wreath is simply a scalloped circle with its center removed.  

 

karen’s card
 
Paper:  North Pole – Doodlebug, Curvy vellum paper

Die Cuts:  Grand Madison Window – Poppystamps Inc. & bow from Circles of Spring – Stampin’ Up  

Punches:  large scalloped punch & small circle –Stampin’ Up

Embelishments:  Red Stickles for berries on wreath

Robyn’s card brings an end to this week’s parade of cards.  Her fun and bright card is a great interpretation of the challenge.  With great DSP, simple buttons, and a bit of glitter her card is so much fun.  

 

robyn’s card
 
Paper:  Merry Moments and glitter paper – Stampin’ Up

Embelishments:  buttons (personal button jar)

Stamps:  Paper Smooches

We hope you enjoyed our cards this week and perhaps found some inspiration too.   We encourage you to see more great ideas at http://www.mojomonday.blogspot.com.  

Thanks for visiting!

The Snipin’ Sisters

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