Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Hello Mojo Monday

Despite the lethargy which has sunk in with the muggy warm weather, I'm surprising myself more than anybody in  my ability to carry on working as well as make the occasional card for a challenge, in my spare time.

Yes the desire to sit in the garden overcomes me now and then and I have made cups of tea and sipped them al fresco. But once I'm refreshed and had a fix, I've crept back indoors to stare at a computer screen or chop up paper.

And so I dived onto the Mojo Monday blog for this week's sketch and designed a clean and stylish card.

I have to say, now that I've invested in a guillotine I can't imagine how I've done without it for all this time. It makes the whole process of papercrafting so much easier.

I'm also going to try and start listing the materials I use in my projects. I've done it before and then let it slide but I know when I go blog hopping (all too frequently sometimes), I want to know which stamp or embossing folder has been used etc. So here goes.

Card Recipe:

Black Cardstock
Pattern Paper: Reflections - Prima Marketing
Letter Stickers: Prima Marketing
Pearl Embellishments
Die: Labels 3 - Spellbinders


mark gould said...

Very nice Paul. I love your clean crisp style with attention to details. Picking the right papers etc. very classy card.

JoZart said...

Lovely crisp cards and a change of style lately for you for sure. I love your colour schemes and eye for detail even on the simpler card in your next post. so sorry I haven't commented lately but thanks so much for your input on my blog. I had difficulty getting my comments to publish on your blog several times but find I need to enter via a different direction.
Missed you last Saturday and you missed a lovely class with Neet!
Enjoy your weekend whatever you do,
Jo x

alexa said...

Can't believe you've never had a guillotine, Paul! How on earth have your managed? Lovely clean, crisp lines with a subtle palette here.

Neet said...

Love the layers you have achieved with this one. You are the maser of design you know.
Hugs, neet xx