Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Strawberry Mojo and A Winner

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Strawberry Mojo---that sounds like a drink, doesn't it!! LOL Whew, I think I need one after that incredible blog hop weekend for Cards for Heroes!  If you pledged to send cards, be sure to do so; you can check out all the details of how and where to mail them on their website.  Now, for the winner of the Cards for Heroes blog candy:

Lynn from The Wienee Ranch!:

I love your cards. Thanks so much for supporting this event. I am the proud Mother of a US soldier!
Thank you for supporting our troops.  I love the vintage images you used!  I am a Blue Star Mother. We adopted a base in Afghanistan last year and sent boxes and boxes of cards for them to send back home. the Chaplain on the base built a special display cabinet for the cards to be displayed in. It is a blessing to support the troops and to receive a letter of thanks is such a blessing. Again. thanks for supporting our troops!!

Thank you, Lynn!  I actually think that display cabinet may have been pictured on CHF's blog....I remember seeing something very similar!  And don't forget to check the CHF because YOU might have won something from their sponsors!  Thanks to all of them as well.  I am very humbled to be a part of this event, and hope to continue to send cards throughout the year!

I stumbled through this Mojo Sketch #88--Mojo88Sketchyou might think I had never stamped before....cut, recut, rip, remeasure, tape, rip again.....oh well.  This week's sketch is also for Stampin' Out Alzheimers.  If you haven't heard about this event, you can check it out here.  Another great cause!

So here it is:

 

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I put no sentiment on it as I figured this could be used for a variety of occasions.  All products are SU except the brads, Nesties and CB folder.  I used a similar theme when I made little door prizes for my downlines who had recruited new demonstrators or signed up themselves recently:

DSCF4070 This is a post-it note holder; I used Pink Pirouette as the base and Whisper White for the eyelet border.  I know I whined about losing Parisian Breeze, but I am going to be sad to see this Bella Rose DP go too!  (I do have a WHOLE pack of this paper left!!!)  Be sure to stop back tomorrow for another Color Throwdown!

  • Stamps:  Tart & Tangy, Sweet Little Sentiments
  • Paper:  WW, Garden Green, Pink Pirouette, Bella Rose, RHR Patterns
  • Ink:  Riding Hood Red, Garden Green
  • Acc:  Nesties, Swiss Dots CB folder, Eyelet Border Punch, White Taffeta Ribbon, white brads, dimensionals

24 comments:

  1. This card is so pretty! Love the Bella Rose DSP and the strawberry looks good enough to eat! Looks like you had a great weekend!

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  2. I love this, LeAnne!!! Too, too cute!

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  3. Harriet Skelly (SCS hskelly)May 26, 2009 at 1:16 PM

    This card is so cute - kind of countryish feeling to it! Great job with the sketch - doesn't look like you had any trouble with it!!

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  4. The green 'lacy' trim is amazing. It really emphasises the pic-nic look of the card.

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  5. This is just so cute!! I love everything about the card, its so perfect!! :-) It really does have a picnic feel to it. TFS

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  6. I LOVE this LeAnne! Too Cute and fantastic job with that challenge! Hugs, Lisa

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  7. Sooooooo cute, LeAnne! Your strawberry looks good enough to eat ... and I love the red gingham check tablecloth ... err, patterned paper.

    This card makes me feel like a sunny day at a picnic! GREAT job!!

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  8. Your card is gorgeous! I can't imagine why you had so much trouble when it looks so great!
    Carol

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  9. What a fantastic job with this layout! That strawberry looks scrumptious!

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  10. What a refreshing card!! Great layout and use of the Bella Rose Dp! So Yummy!

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  11. Great stuff - love that dp and the berry is so summery! ~chris

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  12. wow!! Leanne this is absolutely beautiful :) ♥

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  13. Strawberry mojo, I'll have one please! Very cute card, I love the paper combined with the strawberry.

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  14. This card is gorgeous!!!
    I love the colors and the techniques!
    Great Job!!!

    I thought you might enjoy this...

    Anyone who enjoys doing crafts should check out this website:

    Just visit: TheOriginalScrapbox.com

    They have some excellent storage solutions and organizations products. I strongly reccomend visiting their website!

    You won't be disappointed! :)

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  15. Super take on the MoJo challenge!! I need to get some PLAY time in... but has been so nice and hard to get my butt in the house... LOL! Sweet card and thanks for inspiring me girl... :)

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  16. Darling strawberry card, LeAnne! I've missed my tart & tangy set and should dust it off this week:)

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  17. LeAnne this is so awesome! I'm going to have to CASE this cuz it's so darn cute. Great card girl!

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  18. Delightful projects LeAnne! I'll be sad to see this paper go too! I've got a pack on order, just in case...lol! :D

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  19. By the way.... here's the actual link to the site I mentioned yesterday...

    TheOriginalScrapboxI really think you'll enjoy it! :)
    And keep up the AMAZING work!
    Very inspiring!

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  20. Absolutely beautiful, girl! I love the strawberry (cuz they've finally come into season in my garden) and the designer paper you used! Perfect card for the challenge and might I say...Nicely done!!!!!!! :)

    Hugs~
    Wendy

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  21. Oh this strawberry card is just so sweet and adorable! Great job!

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  22. I'll take a tall, cold Strawberry Mojo right now, please! With a straw! Super cute card, LeAnne and the post-it holder! LOVE the gingham!

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