November 3, 2010

Merry Mojo

Yesterday I saw a countdown to Christmas that pointed out it's only 53 days till the big day - 52 now people! I think it scared me into a rash of Christmas creating. Expect to see lots of little cards and packaging ideas around here for the next wee while!

In the spirit of trying to get my Christmas cards done I took a study break last night and whipped this one up using the Mojo 163 sketch. Simple, festive and with that little bit of sparkle Christmas demands!

That gorgeous ribbon is Sleigh Bells, from the Dressing up Christmas promotion running this month.
I've repeated the snowflake detail on the inside of the card. These were cut with cardstock, the snowflakes on the front of the card were cut from felt and cardstock which I then glittered.

It's time for me to stock my office with Coke Zero and a blaring iPod and get some more study done (I can't work in silence - can't craft in silence either!)

Stamps: Welcome Christmas, Occasional Quotes
Paper & Card: Very Vanilla, Real Red, River Rock, Old Olive, Dashing DP
Real Red, River Rock, Old Olive
Slit punch
Other: Jumbo Brads, Sleigh Bells Ribbon, River Rock Marker, Glitter

Other: Snowflake Dienamic - MFT Stamps, Long Rectangle Nestabilities


  1. Such a fabulous Christmas card!! I love your colorful snowflakes. Every detail looks so nice.
    I ordered the Northern Frost die-cut just last week; can't wait to put it to use. Also, I love the ribbon. The bundle package in Australia is so much nicer than the one we have here in the States.

  2. cute card......good luck with getting that assignment completed, I have to have background noise on too.......

  3. Beautiful Card.. I found your blog on the mojo site. Mine is there too! I love to see all the different ways people use the sketch.

  4. Hi Sarah!!!!! This is just beautiful! Love that sparkly snowflake. Thanks for playing Mojo Monday! :)

  5. Oooh! I have bookmarked to CASE this gorgeous creation! Thanks Sarah! Hugs xxaxx


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