All Right

Hi friends!  It's Monday again, and time for another Mojo Monday sketch.  When I sat down to create this sketch I was thinking about Maureen, who is constantly looking for excuses to use doilies on sketches, so this one's for her!


I kept everything pretty simple (for me).  The book paper butterfly was a leftover sitting on my desk that had been spritzed and turned out to not be the color I was looking for on another project.  I thought it looked great with this banner die cut from Spellbinders.  The sentiment is from Let it Be and stamped onto a Classy Label Die cut from a ruled index card.  I also cut a black classy label in half and aligned it as a makeshift mat for the sentiment panel.  The arrow is a resist chipboard piece that I sponged with honey ink and then added some sequins inside the arrow with glue.  A crimped piece of coastal cabana cardstock finishes off the layout.

All right, that's everything card-related.  Verve's August Diva Dare has already started and the Divas are Piling on the Sweetness each week day through August 26.  There's a comment prize and a participation prize, so follow along for a chance to win!



Enabler's List
Stamps: Let it Be (Verve Stamps)
Paper: Key Lime dp (BoBunny), coastal cabana, crumb cake, basic black (SU!), white, doily, book paper
Ink: Black, Honey (Ranger Distress)
Accessories:  Classy Label Die, All Aflutter Die Set (A Cut Above by VERVE), banner die (Spellbinders), Arrows Resist Chipboard and Mr. Huey Pool Spritz (Studio Calico), sequins, paper corrugator

12 comments

  1. LOL, aw, Julee, this is delightful! LOVE the butterfly again on this one. Yes, I love my doilies...and when there is no excuse to use one, I made one up! LOL ox

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  2. Love the butterfly and that sequin arrow is sooo fun!! Way to do a "Moe" LOL! Great card.

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  3. gorgeous, Julee! love the peeking of sequins:)

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  4. Love the butterfly and the sentiment. Very pretty.

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  5. Beautiful card! The Moe doily looks awesome with the other elements.

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  6. What a pretty card, such a different and neat bow.

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  7. Hi Julee, love the gorgeous card and thanks so much for the tip about commenting. I'm using Safari to make sure I can comment. Hugs, Carole

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  8. Julee...this card is just breathtaking! I love the 3-D butterfly and the colors you chose are so beautiful together. You are such an amazing talent! Thanks for all the great sketches! xoxo

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  9. I'm really going to have to try and create one of those book butterflies...it is such a gorgeous focal point! Love how you added the sequins!

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  10. Gorgeous card and take on the sketch, Julee! I love the layered butterfly. Glad you salvaged those scraps to make such a beautiful element for you card. TFS

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