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Sweet Mojo Monday 126

Stampin up sweet pea designer paper mojo monday

Welcome to another Mojo Monday sketch challenge (MOJO126).   My Mojomaker design for this sketch takes whimsical advantage of patterns from Stampin' Up!'s Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper.  

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  • SDC13231-1 Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper Stack (p. 33, Occasions Mini Catalog) offers 48 sheets of coordinated colors and pattern.  Perfect for spring and summer.
  • Have you noticed the single stamps on p. 42 of the Occasions Mini?  They add the perfect shot of background or design to any card.  I used the A to Z stamp for this card.  See right photo.
  • Here's another single stamp example using the Solid Stripes stamp (on the heart).
  • A touch of bling with a Clear Circle Rhinestone Brad perks up the birthday sentiment.
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Stampin up mojo monday extra large fancy flower punch Stamp Sets:  A – Z (115711, Occasions Mini Catalog), Vintage Labels (Sale-A-Bration:  Wood-Mount 118392, Clear-Mount 119122)
Paper:  Sweet Pea Designer Series (117161, Occasions Mini Catalog), So Saffron Textured (108696, Assorted Rich Regals), Taken With Teal (101584), Chocolate Chip (102128), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Taken With Teal (103257), Chocolate Chip (100908)
Cool Tools:  Scallop Edge Punch (112091), Round Tab Punch (108340), 1" Circle Punch (109046), 1 1/4" Circle Punch (104403)
The Perfect Touch:  Clear Circle Rhinestone Brad (113144), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

18 thoughts on “Sweet Mojo Monday 126”

  1. So Cute! Great job as always- I have been following your blog for quite a while and LOVE what you do!!! Guess it’s about time I say hi, so HI!!! Thanks for all you do!!!

  2. Fabulous card, I LOVE the colors!! Do you use color cardstock for the whole card or do you just make the top and use a white cardstock for the rest?

    Hi Leslie: I used Chocolate Chip card stock for the base.
    Hugs, Mary

  3. soooooooo beautiful!!! i am almost blown away with your attention to detail. thanks for sharing YOU with us!
    hugs, jo ann.

  4. soooooooo beautiful!!! i am almost blown away with your attention to detail. thanks for sharing YOU with us!
    hugs, jo ann.

  5. Mary! I have been a terrible blog friend and havent come to see you in ages! So today I am back! LOL Love this one, that is all SU? I need to snoop in my catty!

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