Jun 13, 2013

Thanks for All You Do



Good morning!  The other day I woke up {WIDE awake} at 5AM, and since I couldn't fall back asleep, I stole away to my craft desk and made this card.   I grabbed some of my Verve Stamps along with the MOJO297 sketch and got to it.

I started with some Collectable "Notable" 6x6 papers from My Mind's Eye and cut out a couple Scalloped Flowers and Dreamy Leaves and then inked up the flowers from Brighter Days and layered them over the leaves.  The sentiment in the corner is from Thankful Hearts.


I added a Pennants Trim along the bottom of the yellow panel and then topped off the flower with a black button and perle thread.

This sketch was so much fun to work with and I hope you will give it a try too!

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recipe - 
stamps: thankful hearts (verve), brighter days (verve)
paper: whip cream (mft), black licorice (mft), collectable notable 6x6 (my mind's eye)
ink: black licorice (mft)
accessories: pennant trim die (verve), dreamy leaves die (verve), scalloped flowers die (verve), black licorice buttons (mft), fishtail flags stax die-namics (mft), white perle thread, sewing machine, thread, foam tape

9 comments:

Marisa said...

Fabulous take on the Mojo sketch, Karen. Love it :)

Mrs. GraceWorks said...

Gorgeous, Karen! I love your take on the sketch!!

Tricia

Casandra Bennett said...

This is so pretty. Love the colors.

Ravengirl said...

Yum! What a wonderful card! You just can go wrong with beautiful Verve flowers!

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

Gorgeous card, Karen! Love the colors and your fabulous take on the sketch!

Gabby said...

Pretty card! Like your flower, colors, paper patterns, stitching, layers .. very nice! :)

Linda Keating said...

Love your card! The colours and patterns work so well together!

JoAnn said...

Gorgeous card and colors. Great take on the sketch. Love the flower and stitching.

Jodene said...

This is just gorgeous Karen, as always! Such a beautiful combination of papers too.