Sunday, February 20, 2011

Mojo Three Ways

My son has much to be thankful for and needed some thank you cards for birthday gifts he received. I took this week's Mojo Monday sketch and created 3 different versions. None are feminine so I am sure he will feel comfortable using them. I have been wanting to work with this sketch all week and finally got a few moments to create cards this afternoon. Can't wait for the new sketch tomorrow.

Robot Card
Stamp - Best Bots Forever
Ink - basic black, basic gray, old olive
Paper - Marjolaine BG, whisper white, basic gray card stock
Accessories - corner rounder punch, scallop and circle die, silver brads

Star Card
Stamp - Engraved Greetings
Ink - chocolate chip
Paper - Max and Whiskers BG, tempting turquoise, tangerine tango, early espresso and very vanilla card stock
Accessoires - linen thread, Big Shot stars die, linen thread, dimensionals

Monochromatic Card
Stamp - Engraved Greetings
Ink - basic black
Paper - Newsprint DSP, basic black and very vanilla card stock
Accessories - circle dies, black brads, black button


  1. Tara, these are perfect for a kid to send out. They're flat and easily mailable, and like you said, they're not feminine, so he'll feel okay using them. My fave is the black and white one. I just always love that color combo!

  2. Great fun cards! I Monochromatic is my favorite but my niece loves the Star card -- she says it looks very Western. Thanks for the inspiration

  3. Thank you for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment about my first quilling attempt. The cards above are GREAT!!! Know they will be a big hit for your son to use.

  4. These are super - love the DSP backgrounds!

  5. Hi Tara,
    I'm a big fan of your blog and I love your style!
    I'm passing on the Stylish Blogger Award to you. Please stop by for more information!

  6. Perfect thank-you's for your son to send! I must say that I am partial to card number one! Clever!

  7. You are really on a roll! These are terrific!I love the one with stars. I have that set coming my way soon,thanks for the inspiration!