Monday, November 9, 2015

Mojo Monday #423

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Lots of layers on today's sketch, and I opted to go with another fall themed card with my beloved maple leaves.  After the torrential rain we had this weekend, there are not many many maple leaves left on the tress which means it will be a soggy raking experience this coming week - ugh!  In the meantime, I will enjoy the paper version {grin}.

Mixed and matched some papers into a somewhat monochromatic colour scheme, added a stitched circle for a bit of texture, a die cut sentiment and two maple leaves and a button for a pop of colour.

All the challenge details are over on the Mojo Monday blog and you can also view all the wonderful Mojo Makers samples.  Should you wish more details on the Mojo Maker's cards, you can also visit their individual blogs noted below.

Enjoy the sketch and have a fabulous week! 



What's In It?
Stamps:   Leaf Prints (PTI), Woodgrain (Hero Arts)

Paper:  Stella and Rose, On The Bright Side (MME), Snap (Simple Stories), Kraft (Stampin' Up),

Ink:   Rudy Red, Always Artichoke, VersaMark (Stampin' Up)
Accessories:  Scalloped Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Stitched Circles (Lil' Inkers), Happy Hellos Die Set (MFT), Twine, Glue Dot, Dimensionals 


Cynthia said...

I'm a big fan of monochromatic color schemes and it looks great on
this pretty card!

JoAnn said...

Love your card and the color combo.

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is so darling, Marisa! Just love those little leaves and the fabulous fall palette.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous card Marisa :-)

Leigh Penner said...

Wonderful! Great mix of colours/patterns!

nwilliams6 said...

Love the colors and papers and sketch and the simple "Hi" makes this a perfect card. Another awesome leaf card! Hugz

cm said...

Once again, your combination of papers has me in awe...and yes, those leaves truly are the star of the show! Torrential rain doesn't sound like fun; right now, we have a big ol' snowfall to contend with! My poor car is buried, partly due to the snow and partly due to the enthusiastic plows...