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MOJO110 – Think Pink

October 27th, 2009 , 1 Comment »

Happy Tuesday To Ya All.  Let’s think Pink.  This month is Breast Caner Awareness Month. so I thought I would think pink.  Today’s card is a MOJO Monday Sketch #110.  I had Pun Fun still out on my desk and this cute little skunk just popped right out of the box at me.  LOL  I selected Melon Mambo cardstock, you can’t get any pinker than that.  This is an all SU card. Whoppie!!!  Recipe below.  Did you get a chance to look at the final Deal of the Week.  It is the Princess Party Kit and the Pirate Party Kit.  You can see them on pg 174 and 175 of your catty.  These kits are designed for children’s b/d parties.  Plan ahead and save yourself a little cash  to boot.  Click here for the finer details.   

My Christmas Card Kit is still available.  I am featuring two stamp sets Tree Trimmings and Dasher.  You will receive supplies to assemble six cards each, for a total of 12 cards for $15.  Images are not included so I am offering a 20% discount on Tree Trimmings. Click here for the finer details.  To place your order email me here.  The shipping cost is $4.95 and will be mailed priority mail.  It’s your call, you can use my designs or do your own thing. 

Recipe Card

  • Card – Standard A2 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Scored at 4 1/4"
  • Stamp Set – Pun Fun #111028
  • Cardstock – Melon Mambo, Whisper White, Basic Black and Melon Mambo DP Series #115687
  • Circles – Circle Scissors Plus (you can make any size circle from 1 to 6")
  • Big Shot Die Cutting Machine and the Scallop Circle #2 Die
  • Punches – 1 3/8 square and 1 1/4 square
  • Ribbon – 1/4" Basic Black
  • I colored the skunk (isn’t he just the cutest) with Prisma Colored Pencils and Gamsol

Have a great Tuesday, Thanks for stopping by Toodles



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One Response to “MOJO110 – Think Pink”

  • Sue says:

    OMG – if this isn’t the cutest all occassion card – what is? I love how you colored the “little stinker”

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