Mojo Monday #109

October 21, 2009 at 10:38 pm 1 comment

Here is my submission for this week’s Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge # 109. I attended the Creativ Festival in Toronto last weekend and picked up a couple of stamps so I thought I’d use one from Stamping Bella (Charlotte Keto) with some new copic markers.
mojo109_by_duchiedog I used 110 lb. white card stock as my card base. I added some DSP from Stampin’ Up! and Crushed Curry as my foundation pieces. I stamped Charlotte with S-U Basic Black (I’m waiting on my Tuxedo Black from Momento as I understand that is the best ink to use copics with). I added colouring to Charlotte with various copic markers and layered her with a scalloped rectangle nestie frame. I used the Great Friend set from S-U and stamped the image in basic black. I layered it with the S-U scalloped circle punch and added dots with my Signo uniball white pen (that is not working very well). I popped both the main image and the sentiment with dimensionals from S-U and finished it with ribbon (Rich Razzleberry and retired Maize). I hope you like it! Thanks for looking!


Entry filed under: Cards, Copic Markers, Cuttlebug, Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge, Nesties, Punches, Stampin Up, Stamping Bella.

Belated Mojo Christmas Mojo

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. janet  |  October 22, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    super card! love the colours!


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