Saturday, May 19, 2012

Wishing You! C4C137 and a MOJO!

Happy Saturday!   Since it is Saturday, it is  Crazy 4 Challenge C4C137 time!  Barbara is the host and she is challenging us to create a Birthday Card!  Easy peasy, right?  And, there is a cool prize up for grabs, too.  Check out the link to find out how to play along.

For my card, I am using Verve's Love Notes and Wishing You stamp sets.   I am also using Verve's Cut Above Classy Label die.  I am also using this week's Mojo Monday sketch241. 

I finally had a chance to play with this Baby Jane Cosmo Cricket paper pad.  I have not used this one yet.  Lots of fun patterns.   I layered two patterns for the background ink distressed and stitched.   I decided to go with a Spellbinder's medallion focal circle topped off with a shimmery star and the focal frame and sentiment.  Another touch of a shimmery star and this card was done.  Love how easily it came together.  For the inside, I stamped the coordinating sentiment and added some ink distressed scraps across the bottom with a shimmery dotted star topped with a mirrored star. 

As always thanks so much for stopping by!


Verve  Love Notes and Wishing You
Paper The Paper Company kraft, PTI vintage cream, Cosmo Cricket Baby Jane, red sparkle cardstock, silver mirrored cardstock, and silver sparkle dotted cardstock
Ink:  Ranger brushed corduroy, Memento rhubarb stalk
Accessories:  Spellbinder die, sewing machine, foam tape, scor-tape,  PTI star dies, Verve's Cut Above Classy Label die


  1. Oh Betty, your card is fabulous, love your stitching!!! xoxo

  2. WOW Betty, this is so FABULOUS!~

  3. WOW!!!! This card really POPS!!! GORGEOUS, Betty!!!!!

  4. Beautiful card. Love all the elements. TFS

  5. Great mojo sketch, Betty! Lovign the sparkly star under the wishing you and smaller one on the sentimeht tag. Great medallion too :)

  6. OMGosh, Betty....this is such a rich and warm delight....truly stellar and so fabulously dimenstional

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