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Monday, February 13, 2012

Mojo Monday #228


Any Downton Abby fans out there?
On last night's episode, Lady Grantham came down for a meal and had on a navy blue skirt and a cajun craze blouse.
I loved the color combination and knew I needed to make a card using the combination. LOL!

Today's Mojo Monday sketch  was a good fit. Especially because I need a special masculine birthday card for my uncle. So while Lady Grantham was wearing this combination, I felt it was better suited (no pun intended) as a masculine card.



I used:
Paper: Night of Navy CS #100867, Cajun Craze CS #119684, Crumb Cake CS #120953
Stamps: Best Friends Forever #122807, Happiest Birthday Wishes #hostess, Tiny Tags #118592
Ink: Crumb Cake #121030, Night of Navy #102977, Early Espresso #119670
Other: Jewelry Tag Punch #117190, Houndstooth Embossing Folder #123134, Vintage Trinkets #118764, Distressing Tool #106958, Linen Thread #104199, Stamping Sponges #101610, Scallop Circle Punch #118874



7 comments:

Ann said...

I love this card Joanie! Great Father's Day inspiration for me! I am making great list for my first order! :)

Kris Van Allen said...

This is exactly what I needed to see today! How did you size the crumb cake circle?

Just emailed my Feb club order, now I have more shopping to do!

Heather North said...

Joanie this is the perfect card for me today! I have so many masculine birthdays this month, and I'm just stumped on what to make them. Especially the adult men. This card is perfect!

Texas JennyWren said...

LOVE Downton Abby and we watch it each week. I did NOT notice her color combo. You have GOOD EYES, gal!! Love the card.

Joan Robertson said...

@Kris, I used the CCS.
@TexasJennyWren, I LOVE DA too. I get so crazy about it that I am reading the book that DA is based upon. Interesting stuff.

Kath said...

love the card.

Carol Maynard said...

Oh I just LOVE it! I bought this DSP a while ago... now I have some inspiration to USE it!!
thanks!! :)

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