Monday, February 22, 2016

Mojo Monday #436

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It's Mojo Monday time and this week's sketch brought shamrocks to mind :)   Love the Lucky You set and matching Shamrock Die Set - perfect for making cards for my Irish friends!

I kept things on the simple side, and added some interest with the stitching, dimension with the popped up shamrocks, and some visual interest by layering my banner 3 times.  A few black buttons finished things off. 

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.



Getting ready for another busy week - not sure where February has gone!!  Good news is we are beginning to see signs of Spring :)  My crocuses in the front flower bed are up and blooming and the tulip and daffodils are starting to sprout.  Can't wait to get some colour back in the yard!




 


What Is In It?
Stamps:  Lucky You (Verve Stamps) 
Paper: Kraft, Old Olive, Going Grey (Stampin' Up) 
Ink: Garden Green, Black
Accessories:  Shamrock Die Set (A Cut Above by Verve), Stitched Rectanglel Dies (Lil' Inker), Buttons Twine, Glue Dots, Dimensionals 

8 comments:

Stampingcountry said...

So cute! Love your whimsical theme.

Lynn Hoyt said...

Adorable Marisa. Love your sentiment and how you made the sketch your own.

Tracey McNeely said...

Perfect Irish blessing to kick off a Monday--fabulous!

Wanda Cullen said...

Hard to believe that St. Patrick's Day is so close around the corner! Great take on the sketch!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

Love this, Marisa... especially that black button and the layered banners. So cool!

PJ said...

Hello. I really enjoy your card.. the colors are fabulous, and they match your blog beautifully too. I'm new to your blog and find you are super talented in card crafting.

Barbara Derksen said...

Hi Marisa,

Oh yeah, St Patricks is comimg soon - I must remember.

Your card is so fresh and fun, great idea using the triple offset for the sentiment.

Cindy Boney said...

Cute! Love the layering and sentiment!