Monday, January 18, 2016

Mojo Monday

It's Mojo Monday time and Julee has a fabulous new sketch for us once again!  I had this embossed heart panel (EF by The Paper Studio) on my leftover pile and decided to sponge it lightly with WPlus9's Ocean Drive ink.  It matched up with this CS - another leftover piece that I'm guessing is SU's Coastal Cabana.  I heat embossed with white detail EP using a retired French Script (SU) background stamp.  I went with one of my fave go to Verve sets - Bloom and Grow - for the flowers, leaves and sentiment.  In addition to Ocean Drive, I used WPlus9's Silver Lining for the flowers.  This could be used as a Valentine, anniversary or a wedding card...depending on how I decide to finish out the inside.

DIES used: Sprightly Sprigs, Elegant Leaves - both by Verve;
                    Stitched Circle by Lil' Inker Designs.

For more inspiration from the rest of the mojomakers, click on their blog links can go to the Mojo Monday blog and click on the first nine thumbnails. 
Carole Burrage
Julee Tilman (Owner)
Justin Krieger
Lori Tecler
Marisa Ritzen 
Mary Fish
Sarah Bigelow
Teresa Kline 
Wanda Cullen (you are here)


JoAnn said...

Pretty card and pretty colors. Love it.

Marisa said...

Great take on the sketch!! Fabulous TCP sneak peeks too - You have been doing an amazing job :)

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so beautiful, Wanda! Love the colors and sparkle.

Leigh Penner said...

This is beautiful! Wonderful take on the sketch!

Darlene said...

Sparkle and colors are great

Lesley said...

Beautiful colours and design!

Creative Heart Designs said...

I adore the colors on this card. Love the embossed background and the use of the little glitter strip with the silver brads.

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Pam Watson said...

Love everything about this card... the colors, the touch of glitter; very pretty!

Lori said...

So pretty! Love the inked embossed panel--looks great!

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