Monday, February 21, 2011

Mojo Monday 179

Welcome to another week of Mojo Monday!  It's already time for another sketch to get your mojo started!  And this week's Mojo sketch was designed by Mary Fish.

To play along, make a project using the provided sketch and upload it to your blog or online gallery. Then leave a link to your project using the linky widget at the bottom of this post.  As always, we hope you'll play along with us and link up your cards using this week's sketch. If you don't have a specific shape, feel free to substitute. The important thing is to have fun and get stampy!

There is no time limit - you can always play any week at any time, but I will close the linking form on Sunday night at 8:00pm (Mountain). That way there's no confusion which linky is the current one. If you upload to online galleries, please use keyword/tag MOJO179.

Julee's SampleI just love all the layered circles on a square in this week's sketch and can see so many possibilities. I went shabby chic with my card, piling on the goodies, thinking the sketch was perfect for those rolled flowers I keep seeing everywhere. For more about my sample card, you can check it out on my blog, Poetic Artistry.

And to get your mojo spinning this fine Monday morning, here are samples from the Mojo design team. It looks like spring is in the air!
Debbie's SampleMaria's SampleMary's Sample
Debbie Carriere
Scrappin' My Heart Out
Maria Gurnsey
Scraps by M
Mary Fish
Stampin' Pretty
Sarah's SampleStephanie's SampleTeresa's Sample
Sarah Bigelow
Sarah's Creations
Stephanie Kraft
Hand Krafted by Stephanie
Teresa Kline
Enjoy the VA Sunshine

Have fun!

Click the link at the bottom of this post for the entry form.  Please type your name or screen name in the Caption or Title field, then choose the link and photo you'd like to enter.  Please link directly to your specific blog post with your card in it, and not your general blog url.

Note: If you're having problems linking (especially to SCS), try entering the link to your card, then choosing From File instead of From Web. Then just browse to where your picture is saved on your computer to get your thumbnail.