Monday, August 17, 2009

Mojo Monday turns 100

Well, since Mojo Monday is celebrating, I thought I would play along with their sketch. First of all a huge congrats to Mojo Monday....WOW...and every week they have so many people playing along their challenges, I am always amazed. Here is their sketch from today, in case you would like to give it a try.

And here is my take on it using some October Afternoon paper and Unity stamps.

Supplies used to create this card:
Cardstock: Stampin Up
Patterned Paper: October Afternoon from my Urban Anthology August kit
Stamps: Unity Stamps Co.
Ink: Stampin Up markers and inkpad
Ribbon: Michaels
Diecut shapes: Nestabilites and EK success border punch (this is my latest acquisition and newest love)

Ok, and I also have a quick question for you.
I have made so many cards and you guys have all seen them, if you are a visitor of my blog. I have been thinking of selling them. Would you buy them, or do you know anyone who would buy them if they would be reasonably priced? And since we are talking about pricing, how much would you be willing to pay? I would so appreciate your comments about this. Thank you so much in advance.....

Well, that is all I have to show you for today. Hope you like this. Have a fabulous day!!!

Hugs,
Eva

3 comments :

Michelle aka Otomon said...

Another beauty Eva! I am alway amazed at how many people do the mojo monday sketch too! Of course people will buy your cards - they are amazing!! I am doing my first craft fair this November so I'm hoping to sell my hundreds of cards (plus new ones of course!)for an average of 5 each. Some of the ones I know I put a ton of work in and I have a hard time parting with may be a little more. Then the more simple one for 3.
Tons of people sell them on etsy but I'm horrible at mailing stuff so I don't want to do that.
Good luck!!

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Pure loveliness! You rocked that great sketch. Love the way you used the nesties and ribbon. Yummy! :o)

missy said...

I definitely think people will buy your cards. You should set up an Etsy account right now!! www.etsy.com ... the EBay of handmade items!

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