Friday, January 2, 2015

AHSC #88

I know what you're thinking!  It's about time that Oma posted again!  My only excuse is that Mr. Mojo went walkies but I'm happy to say that he returned!

When I saw the sketch at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge; I wanted to play along.  I made not 1 but 2 cards for the sketch.  Here is the sketch:

Here are the cards I created using the sketch as inspiration:



I used a window card base that I had in my stash.  The heart which is from Stamps of Life was cut using my cuttlebug.  The sentiment is also from the Stamps of Life and was also cut using my cuttlebug.  The swirled pearls have been in my stash for a very long time and I was happy to pull them out and attach them to this card.


All the elements and papers except the 2 pink pearls used on this card are from the Dec. Stamps of Life cardmaking kit.  I really like the kit and will be making most of my valentine cards with it.  I used SU's Cherry Cobbler ink to ink up the image and sentiment.

I am happy that Mr. Mojo has finally returned after his long absence and can't wait to play along with a few more challenges soon!


Thanks for stopping by!

7 comments:

Lisa said...

Love both of these cards. Very pretty!

Lisa Mensing said...

Both cards are great! I especially like the heart with bling, very pretty. Thank you for sharing with us at AHSC.

Linda Norman said...

Love both cards though the first one is my favorite! Great clean and simple card! Thanks for playing along at AHSC!

Linda
DT member AHSC
http://www.scrappytherapy,com

Lauren Moore said...

So blingy and beautiful! Thanks for playing along with AHSC.

fresh.by jess said...

These cards are just darling! Love what you did with the sketch. Thanks for joining us at AHSC! Jess-DT Member

Brandi said...

Simple but very striking at the same time, I love them! Thanks for playing along at AHSC!

Brandi R.
AHSC DT member
crzy4scrapbooking.blogspot.ca

Michelle Stewart said...

Love them. Glad to see your MoJo has returned...missed you. Thanks for playing along with us at AHSC.