This morning I was getting together with a few Red Hats friends to make cards. Because of forecasted heavy rain today, I took the card kits I had prepared and the necessary crafting supplies out to my car last night. Consequently, although I had time to layout my Mojo Monday card before I left, I had to wait until I returned home and had my tools at hand to assemble it and share it with you.
Using scraps from one of the cards I had prepared for the Hatters, this is my contribution for Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge #498.
I am also entering these challenges:
Crafting From the Heart Challenge #160 - Always Anything Goes
Dragonfly Dreams Challenge - Monochrome
Glitter n Sparkle Challenge #240 - White + 1 other color
Here are two of the sample cards I made
for our Red Hat class this morning:
I usually make up 2 variations as samples for the girls. Their heads were really spinning on this one, because these papers are all double sided and there were so many combinations. The butterfly, rose and sentiment piece were all cut using CTMH cartridges, and the stamps were also CTMH. I had told the girls that today was my 35th wedding anniversary so we would be making an anniversary card. One gal turned her nose up, obviously not thrilled with making an anniversary card. As I try to send everyone home with cards they like and can use, I designed this as my promised anniversary card also suitable for many occasions.
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