Hello my friends! It is a windy, cool, rainy day here and a great day to head to the craft room to make some cards. So I headed to my favorite challenges, Mojo Monday

 

The Shabby Tea room has us using blues, pinks, flowers and some fabric. What a perfect requirement for me! 🙂 I love all those elements and enjoyed using them for today’s card.

I first dusted off the Hearts stamp set with this great sentiment. I then added some Daisy and Pink Flowers for some glam. I used light blue seam binding ribbon and stitched two bows together for a great effect.

Because it is so gloomy outside, I didn’t get the best photos for my card. It looks like it plans on raining the rest of the week too.

What’s going on with us? There are 8 men working on the house today, plastering the the walls, tiling the floors, concreting the deck and we are getting air conditioning installed too. I am off in my little space in the garage with my winter coat on and scarf all buttoned up because it is sooo chilly here. I still love my little space. The builders keep walking by wondering what in the world I am doing at my desk with the sewing machine and big shot in front of me! LOL! If only you could see me now! LOL!

Thanks for stopping by and visiting me. Deb Hickman will be here tomorrow with a great Whoo Hoo Wednesday Tutorial. I’m up next week. Any suggestions from you on what I should do would be awesome!

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14 thoughts on “MM243 & TSTR116

  1. Tammy Roberts says:

    I love your card Joanna! The colors and flowers are fabulous… thank you for sharing it with us in The Shabby Tea Room this week!

  2. Carol Lucas says:

    Gorgeous, Joanna! I love that designer paper, your sentiment, and flowers. Lovely!

  3. Sue Lelli says:

    Joanna, this is GORGEOUS! LOVE the “flat!” seambinding and the lace banner! Adore the embossed paper paire with the print, and your sentiment with the flowers is so PRETTY! FAB card!

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