Monday, May 30, 2011

Mojo Monday 193

Happy Mojo Monday!  For the last week of the month, we like to mix things up and focus on non-traditional sized cards.  So since it's Round or Square week try a round card, a square card or both if you're feeling really inspired!!  {If you're not sure how to make a round card, I described my process in the 2nd paragraph of this post on my blog a few months ago.} 


This week's sketch may look tricky, but I promise it's easy "piece-y"! {grin}  The background is just a square cut into quarters along the diagonal so that you have four triangles. Then flip over two opposing sides and piece back together with tape. For the circle sketch, do the same thing, then just cut your circle from your pieced together square.
  
As always, feel free to substitute if you don't have a specific shape - just make the sketch work for you!  To play along, make a project using the provided sketch and upload it to your blog or online gallery. Then leave a link to your project using the linky widget at the bottom of this post.  There is no time limit - you can always play any week at any time, but the linky form is scheduled to close at 8:00pm (Mountain) on Sunday night. That way there's no confusion which linky is the current one. If you upload to online galleries, please use keyword/tag MOJO193.
Here are some awesome samples from the Mojo Makers: 
Carole's Sample Debbie's Sample Maria's Sample
Carole Burrage
Mother's Little Helper
Debbie Carriere
Scrappin' My Heart Out
Maria Gurnsey
Gingham & Polka Dots
Mary's Sample Stephanie's Sample Teresa's Sample
Mary Fish
Stampin' Pretty
Stephanie Kraft
Hand Krafted by Stephanie
Teresa Kline
Paperie Blooms
Julee's Sample Sarah's Sample
Julee Tilman
Poetic Artistry
Sarah Bigelow
Sarah's Creations


Happy Mojo-ing!

Click the link at the bottom of this post for the entry form.  Please type your name or screen name in the Caption or Title field, then choose the link and photo you'd like to enter.  Please link directly to your specific blog post with your card in it, and not your general blog url.

Note: If you're having problems linking (especially to SCS), try entering the link to your card, then choosing From File instead of From Web. Then just browse to where your picture is saved on your computer to get your thumbnail.


14 comments:

Romaine said...

This gives the coolest look! Love this! Thank for the tip as to how to do it! :0)

Dana said...

Can't get my card loaded. I've saved it on SCS.

Hugs!
Dana

Meihsia said...
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Jan said...

loved the sketch - Sorry, I ended up posting three times - it didn't seem to be working for me. Now can someone tell me how I remove two of them - not sure.You can tell I am new to this linking thing.

buggin2stamp said...

I adore this sketch! I entered a square card and really want to create a round card. Thanks for the fun Mojo challenge. The DT did a an amazing job.

Ms Molly: said...

Very fun challenge! I somehow posted twice. Can you delete one of my links (#67 or #68)?

Naomi said...

I love this sketch. I think it will look great converted into a scrapbook page layout. I can't wait to give it a whirl!

Stephanie said...

Fabulous sketch. Thanks for pushing me out of my comfort zone.

Hilary Hallas said...

Hi, this is my first time entering this challenge, I just love looking at all the other entrants, they are such lovely cards!

Crafty Math Chick said...

HOORAY! I finally got to play this week. I really liked the sketches, and as always, the DT's samples are terrific!
~Meredith

Rivien said...

Hi Girls :o)

Very fun challenge!
I loved the sketch!

Hugs Rivien

Esther said...

I loved this sketch!
All of you did a wonderful job with your inspiration!
Thanks!!!

Sassy said...

Finally posted... but thumbnail is blurry.

p4 computers said...

Okay I surrender! I looked at the Mojo Monday sketch and said "I don't think so", square and round cards aren't in my comfort zone. Then I thought for a couple of days and said "Well, maybe I should try". Today I said "Go for it, it's a CHALLENGE"! If it was easy it wouldn't be a challenge. So here is my interpretation of the sketch.

www.refurbishedp4.com