Hello friends, so happy you've stopped by to visit my blog today. This week I am on a Halloween kick (don't suppose you've notice that with the past 3 posts - lol). Once again the sketch at MOJO Monday is absolutely terrific and really did get my MOJO going. The MOJO#253 sketch by Julee has a skewed orientation (so fun) and uses lots of shapes and layers that are just perfect for showcasing your patterned papers. Skewed orientations are great for those of us who can't seem to adhere and layer things in a straight and level manner :o) - yet there are still very clean lines and lots of definition. As if the sketch itself wasn't inspiring enough, I was blown away by the design team creations as well (you really should pop in there and see them - it will get your MOJO going I promise)!
At first I wasn't too sure about this new DSP for halloween - but now that I have it I see how very versatile it is (and I do love it for halloween). It can be used for fall, halloween, masculine and whimsical purposes as I've done here with my stamp and googly eyes. Hope you like my card today and saw something that inspired you too. Til next time - Hugs!
Supplies (all from Stampin Up!): Cardstock - Basic Black, Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie (note: Tangerine Tango coordinates super with this DSP too). DSP - Howlstooth & Scaringbone (#126906 -NEW in the SU Holiday Mini catalog). Stamp - Googly Gouls (NEW in the SU Holiday Mini). Eyes - Googlies (#127539 - come on a sheet of 50). Black satin ribbon (retired). Scalloped Circle punch 2 3/8" and Circle punch 1 3/4" were used on this card as well.