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I’m So Glad There’s You Mojo #430

Better late than never with this week’s challenge.  We “sisters” have been off in many different directions this week, but have finally gathered our creations and would like to share them with you.  Here is our design sketch:  

  
Robyn’s card is a sweet mixture of soft pastels and florals that make you wish for Spring.  You can almost smell the sweet fragrance of an April cherry blossom.  Her use of polka dots make her card fun.  

 

robyn’s card
 
Paper:   Amy Tangerine’s “Stitched” from American Craft

Stamp:  A retired stamp from Stampin’ Up

Embelishments:  ribbon, flowers, rhinestones all from Michaels


Karen’s card is a great interpretation of this week’s design.  There is nice texture and great pattern in her card.  Her DSP reminds us of spring as well.  (Is it too early to be wishing for no more winter?)

karen’s card

Paper:  Garden Splendor Stampin’ Up

Stamp:  Friendly Phrases Stampin’ Up

Embossing Folder:  Dots Cuttlebug 

And finally Sharon’s card is a bit of a different take on a Valentine card.  Perhaps this would be more suitable for a male receipient.   With the graphic look and black and white color scheme it has a more generic feel than many valentines.  

sharon’s card

Paper:  Black on White Papertrey Ink

Doilie:  3″  black dots Doodlebug

Embelishments:  red rhinestones Recollections Michael’s


We hope you liked our cards this week and will come back for more ideas.   We enjoy your visits and love hearing from you so leave us a comment if you like.  Don’t forget to check out the other creations for this week’s design at http://www.mojomonday.blogspot.com.  

See you next week–

The Snipin’ Sisters

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