Celebrate the Season with Stampin’ Up! Nordic Noel

 

Mojo monday 363 mary fish

I had such a wonderful time being pampered in St. George at the Stampin’ Up! Founder’s Circle Retreat (see photos and details on my Stampin’ Pretty Facebook page).  However, it feels good to be back home in Tucson, AZ and sharing projects with you again.

Mojo364Sketch

Today’s card began with this week’s Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO364).

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • The pretty packages on the Stampin’ Up! Nordic Noel Designer Series Paper were my muse.  I popped up one gift with Stampin’ Dimensionals and added a pearl.

Stampin up stampin' up! mary fish mojo monday holiday card

  • The second “gift” is a piece of Garden Green card stock that is transformed with a piece of Crisp Cantalope Thick Baker’s Twine.

Stampin up stampin' up! mary fish mojo monday holiday cards

  • This week’s Mojo Monday sketch was perfect for a split sentiment.  Endless Wishes photopolymer (clear) stamp set (Holiday Catalog) offers the perfect mix of fonts and messages.  Bonus!  Clear stamps offer simple and precise placement!

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Mojo monday 363 mary fish

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0 Comments:

  1. Carol Carriveau

    Great color combo…unusual but fun!

  2. Cute, cute, cute! I wasn’t sure what to do with this paper but you’ve showcased it perfectly!

  3. It warms my heart to know that you are inspired! Glad you enjoyed the Pals guest posts. I sure enjoy sharing their talent with you!

  4. I look forward to your blog every day. It is such an inspiration for a hobby demonstrator like me! I do love your wonderful Pal fill in’s also. Thank you Mary for sharing your bliss with us!

  5. Super fun and colorful!

  6. The dsp really does look like a bunch of little gifts! Fun card, Mary!

  7. You really nailed a great way to highlight the paper and the sketch! Congrats.

  8. Lynn Gauthier

    Adorable! Make’s me want to open them! =)
    Thanks for sharing with us!

  9. Wow, this one looks like a lot of work. I love it! Glad you had a good time away.

  10. Awww, I can fill it coming , Christmas , so pretty and colorful , love the gifts , can we see now !! Lol,
    Tfs,
    Hugs frenchie,

  11. What a creative card, great job.

  12. You are so funny, Patti. Yes, the DSP did most of the work!

  13. patti moffett

    Boy observation and perception are the key on this one!!! I perceived each “gift Package” as scraps of paper snipped to the various shapes. Then keyed in on the package with the bow (the raised one with the pearl) and was stumped as to what you used for the bow! I stared and stared, could it be a punch..no..no current punch would make that…mmmmmmmmmmm…OMG finally I read the supplies list…nothing there…then the AH HAH moment…the Nordic Noel Designer Series Paper…it was attached so well to the Whisper White CS that I couldn’t distinguish it as DSP…relieved that all those packages don’t have to be cut out!!!
    blessings
    PAtti

  14. Love your card and how you interpreted the sketch!

  15. I sure appreciate your feedback. I love the little presents on the Nordic Noel Designer Series Paper. They add so much WOW with very little work!

  16. Over the top, Mary — I can hear the Jingle Bells ringing now! Shows how “little things” can add up to pack a BIG punch.

  17. AWESOME AWESOME card Mary. This is the DSP that will be included in my registration packet for my Saddle-UP! event. Just know the ladies are going to love this sample.

  18. WOW!! this Mojo Monday sketch looks a bit intimidating to me but you did a wonderful job interpreting it using this pretty DSP, thank you so much for sharing and, welcome back from the SU retreat in Utah Mary, the pictures on your FB page speak volumes!!!!!

  19. Nancy Farrell

    Oh this one is so cute. I love it. 🙂

  20. marlene kiley

    What a great, creative idea on using papers. Everything blended so well.

  21. Wow! What an amazing interpretation if this sketch. Very creative! Well done Mary!

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