Friday, July 26, 2013

Best Friend Ever and MOJO303







Yesterday I was able to put together this card with a "push" from Linda Heller.  My Studio B is still in a little bit of a shambles. You know, "stuff" all over, boxes, trying to find a place for everything . I have been enjoying it, though. I was able to find some real neat things to spruce the room up and I'm anxious to get to that part. I have to make one more trip to IKEA to get a chest that I need and I think for now, I'll be done. The room is really small, but I have managed to get enough storage options without, in my opinion, looking crowded. Once it is complete, I'll do a "TOUR". Hopefully a video tour. :>}

Onto the card. To get this up and running today, I'm not going to list the product numbers. Actually, I 'm considering not doing it with future posts. I  would love to have your opinion on this. Product numbers or no product numbers? Let me know in the comments area.

This is MOJO 303 sketch. I hadn't used this stamp in the LABELS OF LOVE set, saw this paper, GINGHAM GARDEN DSP lying in my paper drawer and as the saying goes, "The rest is history".  I just felt the sentiment fit the paper.
 So fun and modern.

Pear Pizzazz,Island Indigo,Melon Mambo,Very Vanilla
Floral Fusion Sizzlets
Artisan Label Punch, Apothecary Labels
Percect Polka Dots, Stripes
Candy Dots


Thanks for stopping by and stay CRAFTY!
BERNADETTE 
 
 


3 comments:

  1. What a bright and colorful card! I adore the DSP you used!

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    1. Thanks so much, Diane. Using bright colors really stretches my comfort zone.

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  2. Happy card! Great DSP to use with the label...it takes a great designer to choose sentiments that go with DSP that are pleasing to the eye!

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