Happy Monday Everyone! Hope you're all having a fabulous Memorial Day weekend. Hubby and I decided to tackle a few huge projects around the house and have been up to our ears in furniture moving all weekend long. We finally got my ginormous new desk moved the 18" it still needed to go to be up against the wall. Even after buying furniture sliders, it was still a monster of a project! Today we're working on our plan to swap my stamp room with the guest bedroom. Judging by the amount of stuff jammed into every nook and cranny of both these rooms, this is no small feat! Hopefully we get the bulk of it done today.
Although I won't be stamping, I do have a mojo sketch I dreamed up for those of you who actually get stamping time. Hope you have fun with it. My sample uses the Happy Forest stamp from Stamping Bella and the sentiment is from the Great Expectations set. All of the patterned paper is from the SEI Black Orchid Collection, and I even paper pieced the trees using the paper. I used the diamond cuttlebug embossing folder and some thin gingham ribbon to finish off the card.
As always, you're free to use any stamps you like and use the sketch as inspiration to jump start your inner mojo. Here's the drill... if you make a card with the sketch, just link me up in the comments of this post so I can come check out your creation. If you've got your link to me by Sunday at 8 PM Mountain time (6 PM ET), I'll include it in the slide show next Monday. If you happen to upload to SCS, please use keyword Mojo39 so we can see everyone's mojoliciousness all in one happy place.
Check out last week's fabulous creations in the slideshow below:
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This blog is for personal inspiration only and all projects are my original designs unless otherwise stated. I own Verve Stamps and have received products and materials to work with from several generous companies over the years. While I have received free products from these companies, I maintain the freedom as an independent designer to say what I truly think of their products. I will never recommend something that I don’t personally use and enjoy.