Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Sunny Days!

Good morning!  It is so beautiful in Kansas this week!  We have highs in the mid 80's!  That just doesn't happen in July in Kansas!  So thankful for the reprieve from the hot!

Today I am playing along with Verve's Mojo 300 Celebration!  I have to admit, to Amy's horror, that I don't have a very large selection of Verve stamps.  I have a couple seasonal and a few sentiment sets and a large wish list! :) 

On vacation I got to visit an Archivers and I picked up a new paper pad that I really like!  It is called Down by the Shore by Fancy Pants.  I used those papers for this card (the sun is from Summer Love by Cosmo Cricket) and went with a nautical theme.   The sentiments are ones that I love from Verve's Let It Shine set and Making a Statement.   I also stamped one of the sunshine images from the Let it Shine Set around the square sentiment panel.

This challenge was based on a sketch. 

There is still time to play along if you'd like! 

Stamps: Verve  Let It Shine, Making a Statement
Dies: Lil' Inker Designs Stitched Mats Rectangle & Squares, Sun Die Large & Sentiment Flag Original
Twine: Solid Midnight Blue
Patterned Paper: Down by the Shore by Fancy Pants, Summer Love by Cosmo Cricket
Card stock: Rustic White PTI
Pearls: Michaels
Ink: Enchanted Evening & Summer Sunrise PTI, Red Currant Fresh Ink


Shelly said...

This is really neat Jen, I saw it over at Mojo!

Hope you have a GREAT day!

Cathy Weber said...

This is such a great combination of die cuts and patterned papers Jen...I love that Down by the Shore paper...and of course the stitched rectangle, square and sun! Happy 4th of July!

Amy Kolling said...

Jen, I love your papers for this sketch! I think the stitched cardbase adds just the right "little" touch to your card. I love how you always incorporate some little bit of twine into your designs....fabulous card Jen! DO need more Verve!!!! :)

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

What a fabulous card! Thanks for playing along with Mojo Monday 300!

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