Thursday, September 16, 2010

Mojo challenge done...I know, it's Thursday

So ya, it took me 4 whole days to get this challenge done. But that's only because yesterday I couldn't pick which card I liked best for it! I may still post the first attempt over the weekend, but this is the one my husband liked best, and I think I like it best too. It has already been stamped and tucked and is in the box headed for OWH. This week: 5 cards in 4 days. I'm getting into a nice rhythm of cranking cards out lately! Oh, and please excuse the pitiful image. Dumb camera couldn't get a decent shot without natural lighting at 7am, and the scanner must be mad at me!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Mojo Monday

It's Monday y'all! Time for a Mojo Monday sketch to get things rolling! I've been cranking out a couple simple designs this weekend, and I'm up to a whopping FIVE cards to ship in for OWH. Looks like someone needs to hop on the card-making train! So, without further ado, the new Mojo sketch and some much-needed inspiration!

Loads of idea-neurons are firing away up there, time to get to work!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Remember THESE???


Once I began re-organizing my craft room, I discovered that all my rubber stamps are huge, except these handfuls of little ones. The larger stamps fit perfectly into one of my black cube drawers, but those little guys above got lost in the back of the drawer, and they're actually the ones I end up using the most I think. I knew I couldn't leave them floating at the back of a foot-long drawer, so I decided to try them in these little shelves. Voila!

I'll be hanging them up on the wall as soon as I can find a small plaque of some sort to hang between the two. (I absolutely cannot hang a grouping of TWO on a wall, has to be 3)

I just painted these with white craft paint, then cut pieces of white, black and hot pink (remember the filing cabinet?) paper to fit inside the cubbies. I cut the paper just the tiniest bit bigger than the space they were to fit into, so I could just push the paper to the back and use a bone folding tool to push the edges in nice and tight. No glue needed!! Now that's MY kind of wall art. :D