Gettin’ in a Groove

I must say, I have enjoyed stamping the past few days! It is definitely nice to be back at it. There are so many wonderful challenge creators out there and I want to thank them! I definitely think I stamp my best when I have a purpose (either a specific person in mind or a challenge to do).

Today’s card is a combo challenge. The colors came from Color Throwdown (CT74). The layout is the latest Mojo sketch (mojo120).

Does anyone else find things to alter on a card after they’ve put it all together? I don’t know why I don’t notice these things before, but it never seems to fail – I always see something when I’m working with the photo. On this card I added the holes in the brown circle mat after the fact (thankfully I had adhered it with dimensionals so I could easily protect the card).

Thinking of You
All supplies Stampin’Up! unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Knobbly Gnomes;
Ink: Burnt Umber (Palette); Dusty Durango, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive;
Paper: Dusty Durango, Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip; Stella Ruby (Basic Grey);
Other: Love & Happiness Rubons, Dusty Durango ribbon, scallop punch, dimensionals; gold brads; scallop circle (Spellbinders);

6 thoughts on “Gettin’ in a Groove

  1. This is an adorable card! I love that background paper and the huge strawberry (and the little person) is so cute!! And yes, I always find something I would change after I’ve taken the picture!! Thanks for playing along in the Color Throwdown with us!

  2. I know what you mean, it seems once you’ve taken a photo of something and start fiddling with the photo, you see little things here and there that could be changed. I love this card as it is though!

    Thanks for leaving me such a sweet comment the other day, it helped cheer me up!

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