Happy Mojo Monday!
It's late and I just got home from the most amazing Alanis Morissette concert, so I'm just going to post the sketch and head to bed to dream of a life as a rock star! LOL! I've got a sample mojo card made, but I still have to take a photo, so I'll post it later today. The concert was amazing! We only bought our tickets about 2 weeks ago, but we somehow lucked out and ended up with tickets front and center. I was literally 5 feet from the microphone with a full view of Alanis the whole concert! I've been a fan since her first album debuted, and it was such an awesome experience to see her live!
Okay, on with the sketch, since that's what you're here for! :)
To play along, just make a card using this sketch and leave a comment on this post with a link to your project by Monday, November 10 at Noon Mountain Time (There's a clock on the sidebar with the official Poetic Artistry time). Once all the entries are in, I'll pick the TWO entries that I think are the mojo-est of them all. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, November 11 (since I'll probably be busy with the new release, I'm giving myself an extra day to finish the judging) and each will receive their choice of ANY Verve stamp set! Verve will be releasing 6 new sets next Sunday night, so you'll have even more sets to choose from!
Sound like fun? Well, let's get started! If you upload your cards to SCS, please use keyword Mojo59 (no space between Mojo and 59) so we can see them in one place. As always, you can use any stamps or products your heart desires. The star shapes can be any type of embellishment you would like. Just have fun. I can't wait to see everyone's entries! :)
And starting tomorrow (Tuesday, Nov 4) I'll be posting sketches each day this week over on the Verve Forum, so be ready for a week of mojolicious fun!
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