Monday, March 21, 2016

Mojo Monday

March is marching on and another Monday has rolled around, so that means it's Mojo Monday Challenge time!  I've been a slacker when it comes to getting Easter cards made this year, so knew I needed to create something for my dad.  I wanted something with happy spring colors and knew it had to include a cross.  Afterall, that's what the holiday is all about! 

This ribbon has been in my stash for a LONG time, so I basically started with that then found designer papers from Echo Park's Summer Days pad that seemed to match well.  I used the New Beginnings stamp set from Verve's last release and combined old and new Verve dies: Springtime Stitches, Simply Daisies, Cross Set and Sprightly Sprigs.  The sentiment was stamped in black on a Martha Stewart doily then clear embossed.  Leaves were cut from vellum and from 2 different greens in my leftover pile.

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)

Hope to see you in the gallery!!



Petra Swart said...

Love your beautiful flowers and the ribbon with the sweet little flowers on it, Wanda!!! Beautiful bg paper and doily!!! Lovely card!!!!
Have a great week!!

Karen Day said...

This is stunning, Wanda!

Judi Bigda said...

Just beautiful!!!

Stampingcountry said...

What a beautiful Easter Card!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Oh my, this is fabulous! Love how you used the cross die and all that fabulous greenery.

Judy said...

love your card ...the flowers and the colors so spring like ...thank you so sharing .

Angela said...

So vibrantly fresh and fabulous, Wanda!

Marisa said...

ADORE this Wanda!!! Fabulous take on the sketch!!

Barbara Derksen said...

Hi Wanda

What can I say - all this punching and lacy middle circle and blossoms and - gosh, your card is like a little spring garden. Kudos!