Friday, September 11, 2009

Mojo 103 Halloween Style

Hello there! It's been a few weeks since I've done a Mojo Monday challenge {I know, it's already Friday, but it counts!}, and since this week's happened to be a contest one, I thought I would eek a card in. I've had Halloween on the brain, so I decided to go with an idea inspired by the flyer I created earlier today. The black and white polka dots have mesmerized me, I think! Here's my card: And here's a look at the Mojo sketch, for comparison: I had fun making this card - I love working with the thick black and white striped ribbon. I started off with one button, but I wanted to try a different look and cinched it up a couple times. I thought it looked kind of fun. Hope you like it! Here's the recipe:
{Halloween Bite}
All Supplies are Stampin'Up! except the Sizzix Bigz XL scallop card die and black embossing thread
*Stamps: Twick or Tweet
*Cardstock: Basic Black, Night and Day, Whisper White
*Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, and Basic Gray Classic Ink Pad; Rich Razzleberry marker
*Accessories: Scallop Border punch, Black and White striped grosgrain ribbon, pumpkin pie corduroy buttons, sponge daubers
Thanks for coming by!


7 comments:

Wendy said...

OMG, look what you did with the ribbon, wicked girl!

Sue Lelli said...

I like how you gathered the ribbon (which is FAB btw) with the buttons and the orange scallop! Great card!

Anonymous said...

Rose,
Great idea with the ribbon!
Now I'm getting Halloween on my brain!
Take care!
Kris

travelingmama said...

Ha! This is so cute! What a fun image and sentiment!

NinaB said...

What a darling card, Rose! I love the image and sentiment is just perfect. And the way you did your buttons is cute. I will have to try that.

Cindy Major said...

This Halloween card is so much fun! I love the wide striped ribbon tied with the corduroy buttons, how you colored the pattern paper and that cute image! Great card!

kathleenh said...

Soooo cute! I love how you cinched the ribbon with the buttons and the large scallops along the bottom.