Wow! The first Mojo Monday Contest of 2008 was a huge success. There were 44 fabulous entries for the contest, and the judging was so tough! Everyone turned the mojo on high this week. To start your week off with a little eye candy, be sure to check out the slide show at the end of this post to see all of the gorgeous submissions! This week we resume our regular non-judged Mojo Monday challenges. The next judged Mojo Madness contest will be posted on Feburary 4. Okay, on with the winners. Are you dying to know who was the mojo-est of them all?
My discussions with the mirror on the wall found Jan Tink and this beautiful creation to be dripping with the kind of mojo that just leaves you begging for more. Bring on the layers, Jan! I absolutely adore the way she did a little doodling on each of the mats to give a grounded framed look. The card is just stunning - ribbon, the colors, the embellishments - everything just seems made for each other. My trusty little mirror on the wall also found this card by Amy S. to be absolutely mojolicious! I love how she wove the ribbons through the jumbo eyelets, and of course how sparkly the card is! Just fabulous.
Congrats, Jan & Amy! Email me your pick of the new Verve Visual stamp sets and your snail mail address and I'll send your new stamps on their merry little way!
Thanks for everyone who participated! Your cards were all so lovely! Here's the slide show with all this week's mojolicious entries.
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