The Mojo Monday Sketch Is Back!

Stampin up big shot die cutting machine oval punch holiday mini catalog

After a well-deserved 2-week break, Julee Tilman has fired up the Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO207).  I had a delightful time playing with color and pattern from Stampin' Up! Domestic Goddess Designer Series Paper.  Check out the rest of the Mojo Monday design team samples here.


  • Stampin up embossing folder oval punch lighthearted stamp set The sentiment is from a new stamp set in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog called Lighthearted.  Find more card ideas using the Lighthearted stamp set by clicking on my search blog tool.  You can use the search tool to find ideas for any stamp set, tool or embellishment.
  • I cropped the sentiment with the Extra Large Oval Punch.  It fits perfectly into the Stampin' Up! Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folder?  Tr?s Chic!
  • Create coordinating envelopes (like I did above) with Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper and the new Simply Scored Scoring Tool.  Watch my Simply Scored Envelope Tutorial to learn how to whip up your own for a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card.

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Stampin up big shot die cutting machine oval punch holiday mini catalog embossing Stamp Sets:  Lighthearted (W120274, W121157), Butterfly Prints (W121049, C120738)
Paper: Domestic Goddess Designer Series Paper (122355), Pool Party (122924), Calypso Coral (122925),  Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Calypso Coral (122939)
Cool Tools:  3/16" Corner Punch (119871), Butterfly Punch (119848), Heart to Heart Punch (119881), Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (123130), Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (113439)
The Perfect Touch:  Calypso Coral 3/8" Ruffled Ribbon (122976), White Baker's Twine (124262), Designer Printed Brads (122940), Brights Designer Buttons (119747)



Lighthearted rubber stamps stampin up


  1. Kimberly Kerr

    What a great idea! I love how you open up the envelope and there is another image. Great Job!

    Happy Stamping

    Kimberly Kerr

  2. Mary, this is so CUTE!!! LOVE this DSP, and it looks adorable with the butterfly added. Your envelope is very sweet. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous creations!

  3. Great sketch and great card. Love how you have used the papers, butterfly and the oval embossing folder. TFS

  4. Your card is super cute and fun. Love the fabulous colours.

  5. OMGosh, Mary! I need to place an order and I haven’t been able to find the item that makes the cool dotted, oval frame … until now! Thanks so much for listing the products you use!


  6. Mary, once again a darling card and very doable, some of them get so dressed up you couldn’t stuff it into an envy.

  7. Love the card, and the envelope is awesome too. Great job. New follower 😉 Stop in and see me.

    Be Blessed, Beckie

  8. Mary…you can make even unpopular colors dazzle together! I don’t care much for these two but you’ve made them look so good. Great job!

  9. Carol Carriveau

    Absolutely love what you did with the envelope and the whole set is wonderful…I’m in to fun and texture these days and you nailed it! Thanks for sharing…

  10. Such an adorable card and love everything about it–colors, curly ribbon, dsp, button 🙂 Thank you for sharing your creativity! 🙂

  11. Brilliant stealing that clothes line and integrating it into your scored envelope! Love this sketch, your card is Perfect!

  12. Christy Miller

    Oh goodness….I love this card!!! Wow I didn’t think I really like that DSP until I saw this card with the incredible matching envelope. You are the most creative person and I truly enjoy your blog everyday. Beautiful!!

  13. Very eye-catching! I like the design. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  14. Super cute and I love the colors!! I see some new things that I might just need to have!! Thanks for all your great ideas!!

  15. Mary, I love this card and the matching envie! The clothesline running through the envelope flap is adorable. The colors, the DSP, the butterfly with the button, and what you did with that new oval embossing folder – just love it!

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