Here are the cards we made for Monday’s Mojo Challenge # 494. We enjoyed the project and hope you enjoy seeing what we created. First the design sketch:
This is Robyn’s interpretation all set for a special birthday. April had a number of birthdays for us and we made cards for them all, but May is coming up with its share as well. Robyn’s card is full of great colors and fun designs that work well together with all products from Stampin’ Up. Too bad my birthday isn’t until August. This would be fun to receive.
Karen’s card is an eye catching creation with bright strawberry paper from Stampin’ Up’s Fruit Stand. Her striking flower is cut from SU’s Bunch of Flowers. Her colors, also from SU, include Warermelon Wonder, Blushing Bride, and Real Red.
Finally this week, my card was made for a dear friend that could use a smile right now. I hope this card does the job. My paper is from Papertrey Ink’s Watercolor Wonder paper pad. The image is a stamp from a sweet collection of Penny Black called Wonderful Day.
Those are our cards for this week. We hope we’ve inspired you to give this challenge a try. It’s not too late to submit a card of your own at the Mojo Monday site.
See you again soon!
The Snipin’ Sisters
Robyn, Karen, & Sharon
I tried to get our post out earlier this week, but it seems the weeks just fly by lately. Does this seem to be happening to any one else? We have some fun cards this week that I hope you enjoy. Here we go with Robyn’s card:
This is so fresh and bright just right for the first week of Spring. Some fun swirls from Tim Holtz for Sizzix are the center of attention on her card this week. Pretty floral papers from Pocket Blossoms from a DCWV pad accompanied by a few sweet sequins create a fun card. The birthday sentiment is retired Sassy Salutations from Stampin Up.
My card has a touch of Spring to it too. Most of my materials are from Stampin’ Up and include cardstock of Flirty Flamingo and Peekaboo Peach, one of their sweet doilies and a few delicate pearls. I tried some tone-on-tone stamping with my Peekaboo Peach layer and like the results. The stamp I used was a sprig from their Blooms & Wishes collection. The sentiment is an old stamp from a local craft store.
Here is Karen’s card all fresh and fun. She used Pebbles’s Budding Romance printed paper for some Springtime interest and complemented it with Stampin’ Up’s Blushing Bride cardstock. A 3D flower from SU’s Botanical Gardens and a simple sentiment stamped on a Word Window punch out from SU rounds out the look nicely.
And there you have it for this week. Three cards ready for Spring. This was the sketch we followed and encourage you to visit the Mojo Monday site for more inspiration. We hope you enjoyed your visit and will come back again!
The Snipin’ Sisters
Robyn, Sharon, & Karen
Amy Shaffer offered a fun challenge at the Make it Monday site to create Stamped Dangles. She offers a great video to illustrate her creations. This was a fun project to create and I encourage you to give it a try. Here is my card:
It was like a scavenger hunt through my stamp sets to gather the different components for my card. I won’t list all the sources, but encourage you to peruse through your sets and I’ll bet you will be surprised with what you can find that will work. The main thing is to have fun!
Sharon @ Snip’n Sisters
This is the card I created for this week’s Freshly Made Sketches #273 challenge. I used products from several different places, and it was a fun sketch to make.
Stampin’ Up: Timless Textures
I hope you enjoyed viewing my card as much as I enjoyed making it. This was the design I followed:
Please go to the FMS site to see more great creations, and stop back again soon!
Sharon @ Snipin’Sisters
Here is a quick card I made yesterday for this week’s Cas(e) This Sketch #207. I used Right At Home’s Happy Mail Year 2 stamp set and some printed paper from Reverse Confetti’s True Love collection. Then added a fun border from Lil’ Inkers called Silly Stitched Borders.
That’s it, short and sweet. See the fun sketch to follow below, and check out more ideas at the Case This Sketch site and consider playing along. I’ll be there looking for you!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you come again soon.
Just one more Valentine. This one is for FMS #272. There are some fun cards over there and I hope you will stop in to see what they’re up to. I enjoyed creating my card and I hope you find some inspiration.
- Paper: Papertrey Ink’s-Dotty, and Reverse Confetti’s Piggy Bank & Flamingo cardstock
- Diecuts: Lil’ Inkers’ Silly stitched circles (The circle plates in this set are impression only and must be cut out separately.)
- Embossing Folder: Sizzix
- Sentiment: Stampin’ Up’s-Watercolor Words
I must give credit to Shannon Jaramillo at Shannon Kaye Paperie for some of the inspiration in my card. Her card in this challenge is beautiful and her cards are exceptional. You should check her out. Here is the sketch that inspired us both:
Thanks for stopping by today!
This weekend Karen and I were busy making our valentines for friends & family. Karen is submitting her card to Paper Players # 329, and I’m submitting my card into Cas(e) This Sketch # 206 & Paper Players #329. We hope you like our interpretations.
- Paper: Papertrey Ink-Dotty
- Diecut: Frantic Stamper-Lovely Loop Edger
- Sentiment: Verve Stamps-No Matter What & Heart’s Desire
- Embelishment: Stickles-Crystal
- Paper: floral-Richard Garay, pink-Stampin’ Up’s Blushing Bride
- Diecut: stitched rectangles-Lawn Fawn
- Stamp: Love is Kindness-SU, Happy Birthday-Stampabilities
- Ink: Wisteria Wonder, Old Olive, Blushing Bride, Pink Pirouette- SU
- Tools: aqua painter
Sweet and simple cards and fun to create. Please check each site for more ideas using the sketches we followed.
Karen & Sharon
The Snipin’ Sisters