Whew! Finally got my Mojo Monday card done. I rarely miss doing the Mojo sketch. They are always great layouts. Apparently I am not the only one who thinks so. So far 209 other people have done the sketch challenge this week! This week's sketch is fairly simple, but very versatile. I really like it and I'm sure you'll be seeing this layout again in the future.
Once again, I opted to try a different color combination from my usuals. I have been afraid to use yellow and black together because I think it will just look like a big bumblebee, but I decided to try it anyway. I did use some white in there too and also used a more muted shade of yellow. I like it. I also decided to pull out one of my favorite stamps that I haven't use for a long, long time. I guess I've been too busy playing with my mice, bunnies and hedgehogs. :)
I'm not sure it's the scanner or what, but my cards look fine in person, then when I post them everything looks crooked. My friend Patti gave me some tips for taking pictures and also told me how to make a light box that I can take pictures in. I got the supplies, but haven't had time to put it together yet. Hopefully, when I get that stuff figured out, my pictures will start looking like they are supposed to.
Thanks for checking out my latest creation! Hope you'll stop by again soon.
Stamps: Tulip and sentiment (both Hero Arts)
Ink: Onyx Black (VersaFine)
Paper: White cardstock (Georgia Pacific); yellow cardstock (Bazzill); black cardstock (unknown); DP - scrap
Embellishments: Ribbon (unknown); embossed diamonds border punch (Martha Stewart)
Technique: Prismacolor pencils blended with turpenoid