Monday, January 7, 2013

Mojo Monday

 

It's time for another Mojo Monday Challenge and you are going to LOVE this sketch! 


Since I'm a paper addict, this was perfect for combining multiple patterns on one card!  I flattened a bottle cap in my Big Shot using only the base platform (no tabs!) and placed the bottle cap (crimped side facing up) between the two cutting plates.  It gives a nice rippled edge when it's flattened and makes it more mailer friendly.  A 1" circle of CS fits perfectly in the center and I added a pearl brad after cutting off the prongs.  I colored the butterflies with Copics (BG70, BG72, BG23, YG11, YG23), die cut them with Verve's All Aflutter die and secured them with glue dots...curling up the wings slightly.  

For more inspiration, head on over to the Mojo Monday blog and check out the fabulous creations by the other mojomakers!
Can't wait to see what you create!


STAMPS: Blue Skies (butterflies), Doodled Occasions (sentiment), All Aflutter PJ - all by Verve.
PAPER: Chapter One DP by Kaisercraft, White (PTI), X-Press It Blending Card.
INK: Memento Tuxedo Black
ACCESSORIES: Corner chomper, Bottle cap, Pearl brad by Paper Studio, Baja Breeze seam binding by SU, Baker's twine white by SU, Copics, Bow Easy.

8 comments:

carole (TruCarMa) said...

Ooooh! I need to try that bottle cap trick! Aren't you clever, Ms. Wanda?! Have a great Monday! :)

Luanne said...

These are ALL my favorite colors! It is absolutely gorgeous!

Marisa said...

Well, aren't you creative. What a fun embellishment!! Lovely mix of greens and blues too :)

Carole said...

That looks as fresh and tasty as key lime pie. Very pretty card.
Great sketch...right?
http://carolescreativecritters.blogspot.com

Stephanie Kraft said...

Gorgeous card, Wanda! Love the colors (SWOON) and your smashed bottle cap embellishment is fabulous!

Danni said...

Very pretty! Love the soft greens and blues!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

So beautiful, Wanda! Just love the green and blue combo.

Carolyn Mendoza-Canales said...

Beautiful. Love the colors.