......my mojo! Hi stampers and happy Monday! I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving weekend! Although mine was busy and I had to work on Friday and Saturday it was filled with food and family! Too much of the food....but oh well:-)
I *thought* I'd have a ton of time to stamp but it didn't turn out that way. We went to my mom's on Wednesday which we don't usually do but it was nice to not have to rush around on Thursday morning so that night was out. Then, on Thursday we had lunch with all my cousins and had to come back home and eat again four hours later with Jon's family:-) So, that day was out too. Friday was early Black Friday shopping with my mother in law and work and Jon's birthday dinner...so no stamping again. Which brings us to the weekend and I just couldn't seem to sit down and stamp on Saturday or much of Sunday. Then when I DID finally make one card the power went out! Figures, right???? Now, what we should have done is just gone to my in laws right after it went out because finally after a few hours that's what we did and then halfway there we heard it was back on near home. So....back we went and our street was still dark....but it came on literally when we pulled in the driveway, ha!
Anyway, I'm hoping this card which I used the Mojo Monday sketch for has kick started my stamping mojo and I can create away this week (after I clean this mess of a house I have, lol)! I missed the deadline to enter but no bother...I was just happy to stamp something:-)
Stamps: Snowflake soiree, border banter
Paper: Very vanilla, crumb cake, cherry cobbler, midnight muse, cherry cobbler core'dinations, orchard harvest, DSP
Ink: Crumb cake, cherry cobbler, island indigo, midnight muse
Accessories: 3.5" circle die, circle punches, snow burst embossing folder, snow flurry die, in color polka dot brads, basic pearls & rhinestones, large basic pearls
I haven't used a Mojo sketch in a while as sometimes they overwhelm me and I seem to really be on a CAS kick the past six months or so but this one was fun!!!! I used the DSP as the starter for this card as I wanted to incorporate it on a holiday card. My idea was to make it look kind of "country" but I'm not sure that actually panned out...but I still like it. Hope you do too!