Monday, 6 October 2014

Mojo Monday

If you are looking for 31DOH day 6 please hop here

I was really looking for inspiration for my Halloween projects for 31DOH
but I came across Mojo Monday 366 Contest

It's ages since I joined in with Mojo Monday but when I read the blurb about
October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month 
I thought I would join in!

I often make ATCs. Rather than swap them I often use them as a feature on a greetings card.
This is a case in point - I made this ATC using Kris's digis from Imagine That! 

(More details here)

But today I am going to add it to this sketch:

Using paper scraps  from my stash and a little pink ribbon I came up with this:

I will link this to Mojo Monday 366 Contest

Happy Crafting!


  1. OOOkay, this is super genius Susan... I {just} got what you did, lol. I thought the blue corrugated part was part of your ATC on the first pic, now I see it put on a card - LOVE IT!! What fun. I like how much you were able to get on that one li'l ATC part. :) xx

  2. Wow, das ist eine tolle Idee das ATC auf eine Karte zu gestalten. Ich bin begeistert von dieser Idee. Vielen Dank für die Teilnahme an der Imagine That Challenge. Liebe Grüße Silvi

  3. Love the layout - I like trying to do Mojo sketches myself. Lisa Lynn DT

  4. Super card love the colours, thanks for joining us. Looking forward to you joining us next month hugs Tania (DT) Imagine That Progressive Challenge xx

  5. Great ATC and a perfect idea to use it as a card topper too.

    Thanks for joining us at the Imagine That Progressive Challenge.

    Helen x


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