Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Mojo 107

Okay - FINALLY some sponging that I'm not totally embarassed by =) It's not Julee's, but it's improving...or at least I think so!

I created this card for the Mojo 107 sketch...another amazing sketch by Julee. The Mojo Makers really outdid themselves on theirs, so I had to give it a try. Plus, it's a contest this time around (first Monday of the month) and I'm not one to pass up a chance at a free Verve stamp set!

Stamps: To Risk Plain Jane, Petals & Stems
Paper: White, Chocolate Chip, Bordering Blue, Bella Birds DSP
Ink: Chocolate Chip Craft, Versamark
Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder, Chocolate Half Pearls, Chocolate Ribbon, Nestabilities

The Oilers WON their game against the Stars (YAY BOYS!) AND Dustin got the first star of the game. I like Penner...he reminds me of a big teddy bear that I want to hug. MrP makes fun of him lots because he thinks I "just like the fatty" which apparently gives him hope. LOL!
Off to my final day of training. I think my instructor marked a question wrong on my exam and I can't stand the idea of not getting 100% on it because it seemed so darn easy! Maybe he was just noting something else?! I'll know soon enough...

16 comments:

  1. Tanny, these colors are so great and your sentiment is beautiful! Love that yummy ribbon!
    Blessings,
    Kim xXx

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  2. Nice job with the sponging -- it adds depth to the center. It wouldn't look anywhere near as nice if you had only embossed that Nestie circle.

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  3. Yeah, what Judi M said...She is absolutely correct, but you knew that already since you made this perfect little card! I love the subtle flowers on the panels too.

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  4. Beautiful card! Love it! ~Olena~

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  5. Wow! What a beautiful card Tanis! I love the layout and colors you used...tfs!!!

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  6. what do you mean embarrassed by your sponging..... this one is perfect. Love the card and the sentiment.

    Oh I remember way back when.... Warren Moon was with the Oilers (arr, I think....) lol.

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  7. Love this sentiment!! This was a great sketch (they don't all inspire me!) and I love what you did with it...the colours, the flower stamp...everything!!

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  8. oh wow what a soft and lovely card you've done...just delightful to look at!

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  9. I love the sketch! It looks like soemthing I might actually be able to attempt!

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  10. Great card - so pretty! Lovin' those colors :)

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  11. I would say...perfect spongeing! Lovely colour combo and love the sentiment. So elegant. I have yet to ink mine up!

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  12. Miz Tanis... I simply have to say that I love this color combo!!! What a bee - u - tiful card sistah!!!! You got da mojo!!!
    Hope your markers haven't run out of ink yet from all your coloring...
    ~MWAH!

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  13. Very nice take on the sketch. I like the flowers stamped in the background. Love the colours. I'm going to give this a shot as soon as I find the time. Hopefully before Monday.

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  14. Outstanding card. Clean, crisp and wonderful.

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  15. Yeah, another Canadian :D Heard about the snow....my BIL and his family live in St. Albert and SIL in Calgary so know all about your weather LOL! That's why we live in BC - ha :D

    Great mojo card. Always love blue and brown together and the sentiments is such a good one! Wonderfully sponged too.

    Have a great Thanksgiving and thanks for commenting on my blog.

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  16. Just beautiful. And your sponging looks great!

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~Tanis