Mojo Monday Week 209

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Hopping on the Mojo Monday sketch bandwagon this week with some Basic Grey papers, a bit of ribbon/fiber stash, sentiment stamp by Paula Best, script stamp by Hero Arts, and brushed corduroy distress ink.

This one’s short and sweet because I am off to take a few classes at Art is You.  I’m really looking forward to meeting Keith Lo Bue and Michael deMeng – they work in assemblage, which has always interested me.  Will share what I learn down the road.

I’ll be back with another quick one tomorrow for the new challenge at  Our Creative Corner.

Hope you have a good one!

 

Your comments are very much appreciated!

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  9. I love this sketch! It isn’t your typical cookie cutter sketch and that is so refreshing! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Just darling love the little heart. TYou must tell us about the classes!

  11. So very lovely! Have a blast at your class! Well I guess I don’t need to wish you a great weekend!

  12. Such a fun card. Love all your zigzags. Thanks for playing Mojo Monday!

  13. Love this! And lucky you, taking a class with those two, I’ve been wanting to take one of their classes for so long, I can’t wait to hear how it went!

  14. Hi Marjie
    I love the edging, very creative.
    Have a wonderful time and please tell us all about the workshops.
    Wishes
    Lynne

  15. Great piece and hope you enjoy your art course! Valerie