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Itty Bitty Mojo Magic

Stampin up stampin pretty blog mojo monday

SDC14593-1Little Stampin' Up! punches can translate card stock into a great, big WOW!  The punched hearts, flowers and circles combine to produce their own patterns.  And, ooh la la . . . the Basic Jewels Pearls (hooray for these new stick-ons) are nothing short of exquisite.

Mojo153Sketch

Notice anything different about this week's Mojo Monday Sketch (MOJO153)?  I contributed the sketch design and am doing the happy dance in anticipation of seeing the direction you take it! 

STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:

  • Stampin up itty bitty shapes punch pack broadsheet alphabetSquares popped out using the Stampin' Up! 1 1/4" Square Punch layer perfectly over the Scallop Square Punch.  I adhered them with Stampin' Dimensionals for a little 3-D action.

  • Have you ever laid eyes on a more glorious "U?"  The Broadsheet Alphabet stamp set promises to give delightful character to every letter of the alphabet.  There's a coordinating accent set to make it even more versatile.  Broadsheet Accents sold separately.
  • SDC14592-2 NEW PRODUCT ALERT!  Is it time for the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog yet?  Well, it will be on Sept. 1 along with the opportunity to purchase the Candy Cane Big Designer Buttons collection.  Colors include Blushing Bride (used on my card), Garden Green, Baja Breeze and Real Red.

Like what you see?  Please leave me a comment below.  I enjoy reading your feedback!


    6a00e54f95df928834013486561a6b970c-800wiSTILL TIME TO PLAY AT THE PPA!
      Does your inspiration need a nudge?  Check out our latest Pals Paper Arts challenge and release your inner artist!  Deadline  is Tuesday, August 24 at Noon CST. Click for details.

    ORGANIZE YOUR STAMPING SPACE!  Stay tuned for my Tuesday Tutorial Video and tips to "tame" your card stock and more.

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    Broadsheet alphabet stampin pretty Stamp Sets:  Fabulous Phrases (WM 117002, CM 120501), Broadsheet Alphabet (WM 118724, CM 120585), Confetti (WM 116960, CM 120465)
    Paper:  In Color Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack (117158), Rose Red (102544), Blushing Bride (119796), Very Vanilla (101650)
    Ink:  Basic Black (101179), Rose Red (101778)
    Cool Tools:  Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309), (Heart Punch Small (117193), Scallop Square Punch (119884), 1 1/4" Square Punch (119865)
    The Perfect Touch:  Basic Jewels Pearls (119247), Mini Library Clips (109857), Candy Cane Big Designer Buttons (121718, available 9/1), Linen Thread (104199), Pear Pizzazz 1/2" Stitched Poly Ribbon (119265)

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    35 thoughts on “Itty Bitty Mojo Magic”

    1. I love your blog and the wood mount stamps as well. When I stamp at a friend’s house, I find it irritating to have to go through my stamp sets and choose the correct clear block. I usually forget something, so I’ll stick to my wood!

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    2. Hi, Just wanted you to know I have already printed the charts and labels – I think they will come in very handy. I look at your site all the time for ideas…you have great ones!!! Bonnie

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    3. Hi, Mary. I have a mild preference for clear mount stamps since they are easier to store. Wood mounted stamps are more difficult to “misplace” on my work surface though!! Your creativity is inspirational. I look forward to checking your site on a daily basis.

      Karen

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    4. Mary – I enjoy both the rubber mounted and clear mount, but love the clear mount, a little more because it doesn’t take up as much room – and because it has the pics of them stamps on the end of containers. Love your cards by the way!! Give me inspiration.

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    5. Mary, Love your work! You are such an inspiration to me! I am just getting started with clear mount stamps and really like them! I love being able to “see” where I am stamping.

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    6. What could be more delicious than a little blog candy today? Nothing of course…your blog and site are toooo die for. I get up every morning and check out what you have new on your site. Love the ideas and where you find your inspiration from everyday things. Thanks for keeping it “stampin”….

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    7. Great card and lovely layout. I have a pack of those Big Buttons and wasn’t sure what to use them for – I thought they were too big for a card front you proved me wrong with your amazing creativity. Thanks Mary!

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    8. Love your sketch and your card! Don’t know if I’ll have time to play today since I’m at work and then have to finish packing tonight for my trip. I leave first thing in the morning. But I’m keeping your sketch in my Idea File for future use. It’s terrific!

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    9. This is just beautiful! I’m so happy a came across your website. You have been such an inspiration to my card making! Thanks :o)

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    10. Gorgeous card! I love everything about it…the color combo, the sketch/design, the ribon and BIG button, and of course, the pearls! Thanks!

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    11. Another super cute card!!!Wish I could be part of your downline, too bad I live in Canada (never said that before :))Off to Splitcoast to put this one in my favs

      Conni

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    12. uhhhh lala … diggin’ your sketch! Your card, well it is screaming “how awesome am I” and it is very awesome!!! Thanks for keeping all of us in awe of your work! Have a great day!

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    13. Everything about this card is just cute, cute, cute! Love the layout and color combination. Thanks for sharing.

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    14. Hi Wendy:

      If card stock scraps can accommodate a small punched sentiment, I’m likely to keep it. I have a hard time parting with my scraps and DO typically find ways to use even the little guys.

      Thank you for your question.

      Hugs, M

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    15. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! It is just beautiful! You are SOOO creative!!!! Thanks for sharing it with us! I will be CASE’ing it this week to send thank you’s to my family for our summer family visit we just got back from. 🙂

      Kim

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    16. Love it, love it, love it. I don’t know how you can take a few small things and make a BIG fabulous card. Thank you for your constant inspiration.
      I have a question what is the smallest piece of card stock or designer paper that you keep. Can’t wait to see the organizing tutorial. My best, Wendy

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    17. Adorable card Mary! I love those little pearls! I also love your site! I wish I had a smidgen of yur imagination! You never cease to amaze me with your awesome creations! Thanks for sharing it with us everyday! I truly appreciate ALL you do for us!

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