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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Mojo Monday Sketch #209 Card



I'm a few days late to enter this in last week's Mojo Monday contest, but I liked the sketch and knew it was something that would challenge me so I'm sharing all the same. Thanks to Mojo Monday for always having cool sketches and ideas!

I based this 6.5" x 5" card on last week's sketch, #209. How 'bout that? I may be late on using the sketch, but I am definitely EARLY for our next Anniversary! WOO HOO! I love having things done ahead of time (over 6 months ahead of time! lol). I used next month's Close To My Heart November Stamp of the Month (Cherish the Day, available in November) and the Roxie papers (which I love...especially that zebra print!). Other CTMH products used: Pewter Mini-Medley, Licorice Opaques, Cork Color-Ready Alphabet, Milepost Shapes, Black Stamp Pad, Smoothie Marker, Say it in Style Stamp Set.

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11 comments:

Amy said...

I love your take on this sketch. What a fun card...or should I say "WILD"!

Crafty Texan said...

Well, it's too bad you're too late for the contest bc you would have won for sure with this FAB card!

Debbie Carriere said...

Ooooh, Karen!! This is out of this world! I love the bow and the gorgeous corner element - next time make sure you are on time - LOL!!

Rick and Kori said...

Oh my goodness, I am in LOVE with this card! Seriously amazing mom!

Laurel said...

Love, love, love this card it is so fun!

cnelson said...

This could not be more FABULOUS! LOVE it in EVERY way!!!

Kate W. said...

This is SO adorable, Karen! You inspire, as always, and I'm sure Dan the Man will love it as well! :)

Paper doll said...

This is fabulous, I really like all the elements and textures.Great card. Thanks for the congrats on my anniversary!! So tell us did Dawson say yes to the Sadie Hawkins dance?

Brenda said...

I love the way you used Roxie on this card!

Lynn Como said...

Another amazing creation Karen! Love all the elements you chose to use. Adorable!

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