Monday, June 8, 2009

This week's Mojo Monday sketch Scrapbooking in Melbourne, Florida

Happy Monday!

Are you just a little obsessive-compulsive? Well, I readily admit that I am. So of course, since I started doing the Mojo Monday sketch challenge last week, now I have to do it again this week! Good Lord! What am I going to do with all of these cards? Hmmmm...... if you want to buy this one, let me know!

Believe it or not, I used some non-CTMH supplies on this one! I was perusing Michael's a couple of weeks ago and found this "Black Tie" paper from Making Memories. It reminded me of our classic "Silhouette". So I just had to have it. I broke the seal and ooooh'd and aaaaah'd over it as soon as I got it home. Also got some too cute buttons that coordinate, but didn't use them in this project.

Those are CTMH White Daisy Rub-Ons. They glide on so smoothly! I keep forgetting that I have them! Now that I've used them today, perhaps I'll have that mind trigger!

What did you do today? I had a doctor's appointment. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that all of my cholesterol levels were normal. However, my sugar is borderline high. Yikes! No more M&M's for me, I guess. How will I be able to scrap or crop without it? I guess I'll be forced to invest in some sugar-free chocolate.


Anyone have a favorite sugar-free chocolate?


Have a wonderful night,




p.s. Que bummer! My blog background was freaking out so I've changed it. We'll see how this one plays out. Sorry if your eyes were blinded in the meantime!

RECIPE:
Paper: Making Memories "Black Tie", CTMH Cardstock (Black, White, Grey Wool)
Ink: CTMH Black
Other(All CTMH): Love Story Rub-Ons, Black Ribbon Rounds, Pewter Brads, Pewter Bigger Brad, Foundry Bookplate

3 comments:

Kathi Carlson said...

Pretty card, Deb! So elegant! Cool paper. Good luck in finding a sugar-free chocolate that tastes like chocolate. I don't know what I'd do without my M&Ms or Snickers or Three Musketeers or ... LOL.

Terri E. said...

Super gray/black/white tones! Great job with the mojo sketch.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Julia Aston said...

pretty in the black and white - love that metal framing!