Mojo Monday Sketch 86

Stampin up pocket silhouettes mojo monday 86

Welcome to another Mojo Monday morning!  In an earlier post, I used the Wide Oval Punch to create a vase for this card.  Today I fashioned a vase with the same punch by "subtracting" from the card stock.  Here's today's Mojo Monday Sketch 86 (MOJO86)

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  • Using Stampin' Up!'s Wide Oval and Horizontal Slot Punch I cropped out my vase outline.  TIP:  To produce the wider "lip" at the top of the vase, the slot punch was punched twice, moving slightly left and right.
  • A Pocket Silhouettes stamp was inked in Chocolate Chip Craft Ink and stamped on Really Rust card stock. 
  • I stamped another design from Pocket Silhouettes in Chocolate Chip Craft Ink on Very Vanilla twice.  TIP:  One of the advantages of Stampin' Up!'s Craft Ink (as opposed to Classic Ink, which I use for most purposes) is that it's stickier so you can emboss it.  I sprinkled Clear Embossing Powder over all three images and heat embossed for a raised and shiny finish.
  • My vase outline was adhered over the center image using Stampin' Dimensionals.  Vintage Brads doll up the corners.
  • To produce a distressed edge on the side images, I used a Cutter Kit.  Excellent results and saves my fingernails.
  • The Very Vanilla card base is 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". It's topped (from top to bottom) with Really Rust Textured card stock, a strip of Textured Chocolate Chip, Good Morning Sunshine Designer Series Paper and a sweet eyelet border in Really Rust.
  • The sentiment is from Chit Chat Rub-Ons.  TIP:  This set of rub-ons comes with one sheet each of Chocolate Chip and Whisper White.  Just about every occasion is addressed and they are simple to align and transfer.
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Stamp Set: Pocket Silhouettes (111672)
Paper:  Very Vanilla (101650), Really Rust Textured (108697), Really Rust 100661), Chocolate Chip Textured (108697), Good Morning Sunshine Designer Series Paper (113966)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip Craft (101816)
Cool Tools:  Wide Oval Punch (112082), Horizontal Slot Punch (105089), Eyelet Border Punch (113692), Heat Tool (100005), Cutter Kit (106958)
The Perfect Touch:  Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Vintage Brads (109109, Antique Brass), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Chit Chat Rub-Ons (111804)

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13 Comments:

  1. OH this is so sweet! 🙂 I have to try it out! Your amazing…

  2. Very cool frame in the center. Clever! Great job with the sketch Mary. Hope you had a great Mother’s Day!

  3. MARY!!! I am freaking out over this one. So very cool! The colors are perfect to go with the terra cotta vase look. Gosh, you rock the clean and modern design look like no one else!

    What a stunning piece…

    TFS!
    Cindy

  4. This is so gorgeous, Mary! And I absolutley love how you did the vase with the punches.

  5. I know this is non card related but how do you get your put your name on your photos???

  6. I’ve been looking for something exciting to do with Pocket Silhouettes. Thank you for the inspiration. I’m going to give this a try … Patricia

  7. Ok, this was so cool I had to come see your whole blog! What a clever idea! I love the colors and stamps you used with this vase! Fabulous!

  8. It’s amazing!Love how you made the vase.

  9. Carolina Buchting

    What a stunning card Mary…best use of this set yet! Hope you have a great week.

  10. Mary….Omgosh what a clever idea….love the look…thanks so much for sharing.

  11. colleen kramer

    So trendy! Great take on the sketch this week…a familiar stamp set used in a completely different way with a classic color combo. Tres chic!

  12. Genius I love the ‘framed’ vase look! Very pretty card!

  13. wow great card, I love this stamp set. I am going to start trying out these sketches, I think they are a great way to get the creative juices going without having to case someone elses card. Thanks for the inspiration mary!! Say hi to Mike – he is my husbands inspiration!! lol

    Bruno has just posted a card on my blog check it out

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