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Getting Ready for Christmas Day for Mojo #477

The Snipin’ Sisters were up bright and early this morning ready to tackle this week’s Mojo challenge.  Even though it was pretty early for part of the trio, we all commented on how much we enjoy our Monday gatherings via FaceTime.   We get to create in out PJs, drink our favorite warm beverage, and chat away from our own work spaces.   Does life get much better?  Here is the sketch we used:

There are two views of Karen’s card this week as it is a version of a gatefold style and is so clever and a great interpretation of the sketch.  With paper from My Mind’s Eye (Comfort & Joy), a sweet die from Memory Box called Joy Tag, and plenty of warm mittens punched with her mitten punch Karen has created a great card.


This is Robyn’s fun creation.  It’s actually the second card she created as she didn’t think her first card photographed that well.  This sure is a cutie with the fun reindeer from Great Impressions and some holiday DSP from Stampin’ Up called This Christmas Specialty.  She colored her image with her aqua painter I’m thinking, and added some sweet snowflake buttons for embelishment.   Very fun!

Here is my interpretation of this week’s sketch.  I also used DSP from SU, however I’m not certain which collection it’s from.  It is the same sheet, just reversed.  What do you think of the center stitching?  It’s a new die cut for me from Lil’ Inkers called Silly Stiched Diecut.  The simple sentiment is an old set from The Cat’s Pajamas with a bit of SU’s Old Olive and Pistachio Pudding ink to color the wreath.  The pearl embelishment in the corner is from SU too.

That does it for this week.  We will be taking a break from our Mojo challenges for a few weeks, but check in in the mean time to see what’s going on with the gang.  There might even be some holiday decor ideas from us as we get ready for Christmas Day!

The Snipin’ Sisters

Karen, Robyn, & Sharon

3 thoughts on “Getting Ready for Christmas Day for Mojo #477

    1. How nice to hear from you. I was just thinking about you and missing you. So terribly sorry to hear about all you’ve been dealing with and hope for you a much better holiday season and only the best in the new year!


    2. So great to hear from you but so sorry to read on your blog of your fall and the car jacking. I hope the holidays will give you some much needed rest and healing. Just reach out when the time is right and we will be ready and waiting to support you in whatever life has in store for you.
      Merry Christmas to you and yours.


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