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Mojo Monday 202/ Paper Cutz Challenge 103

Hi there,
This week I decided to enter some challenges that seemed too good to pass up. I love to look at the creativity out there and get inspired to make something new. On this card I used the sketch from Mojo Monday. (I totally missed the deadline last night) I combined it with the challenge # 103 over at Paper Cutz Challenge, titled "Schooldays-1,2,3". It required the use of 1 ribbon, 2 buttons, and 3 colors in a Back to school theme. It was hard to keep to the "rules" but nonetheless, I had fun making it. TFL!


For the scallop edge, I incorporated a twill 1 ribbon that has school-theme sayings. On the pennants, I incorporated the 2 buttons, and my 3 colors were Red, Brown, and Green.
I used A Child's Year for the book, and Cuttlebug to emboss the brown paper.

The polka-dot paper is My Minds Eye, all other paper and ribbon is Autumn Leaves,  and all other cardstock was from my stash.


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  1. This is so cute! Happy to be your newest follower.
    Hugs, Jenni
    http://mylollipopgarden.com

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  2. This is a great card!!! Love how you did the ribbon and I just love polka dot paper!! Thank you for sharing your card with us at Paper Cutz Challenge!!!! :)

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