Saturday, March 28, 2020

Mojo Monday 6x6 Two Sheet Wonder Challenge

Hello friends! I hope everyone is well and staying safe. The world sure has changed over the past couple months. My whole family is home right now. I'll keep crafting and making videos, but voiceover does get challenging with everyone in the house since my craft room doesn't have a door. I'm also trying to focus on using up products I already own. Many of our favorite craft stores are on Lock Down and can't ship out orders. When they are back up and running, I will make sure to start supporting them again.

I recently tried Mojo Monday's 6x6 Two Sheet Wonder Challenge. It was so fun, I decided to use it again. This time I pulled out some older Doodlebug papers and Lawn Fawn images that I colored years ago. Using just 2 sheets of pattern paper, and cardstock, I made 3 cards.


Watch the video below or click HERE to see it on YouTube.




Here are close up pictures of the 3 cards I made using Mojo Monday's 6x6 Two Sheet Wonder challenge.


Paper - Doodlebug - Down on the Farm collection
Stamps and coordination dies - Lawn Fawn - Hay There set
Stitched border die - Queen & Company
Peel off stickers - Love From Lizi
Stencil - Love From Lizi
Ink - Distress Oxide and Reverse Confetti
Twine - The Twinery
Markers - Copic



Paper - Doodlebug - Down on the Farm collection
Stamps and coordination dies - Lawn Fawn - Hay There set
Stitched border die - Queen & Company
Peel off stickers - Love From Lizi
Stencil - Love From Lizi
Ink - Distress Oxide and Reverse Confetti
Markers - Copic
Glossy and enamel dots - Pink and Main



Paper - Doodlebug - Down on the Farm collection
Stamps and coordination dies - Lawn Fawn - Hay There set
Stitched border die - Queen & Company
Peel off stickers - Love From Lizi
Stencil - Love From Lizi
Ink - Distress Oxide and Reverse Confetti
Markers - Copic
Glossy dots - Pink and Main


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Highlighted supplies
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Doodlebug Design - Down on the Farm 6x6 paper pad
[scrapbook.com] [ACOT]

Lawn Fawn - Hay There stamp set

Lawn Fawn - Hay There die set

Love From Lizi - Peel Off stickers

Love From Lizi - Cloud stencil

Tonic Studios - Guillotine paper trimmer
[scrapbook.com] [tonicstudios] [amazon]

Scotch - Pink ATG (Advanced Tape Glider)

Sizzix Big Shot die cut machine
[scrapbook.com] [amazon]

Queen & Company - Curvy Borders die set


Spellbinders dies - Standard Circles Small

Spellbinders dies - Standard Circles Large
[spellbinders] [amazon]

Pink & Main - Clear Glossy Dots

Ranger - Distress Oxide inks
[scrapbook.com]

Accent Opaque Digital 120# cardstock (for card bases)


Art Glitter glue
[amazon]

Fiskars Fingertip craft knife
[amazon]

Arteza craft mat
[amazon]


Sony a6000 mirrorless camera (used to record videos)
[amazon]

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10 comments:

  1. super cute cards! I have used this Mojo Monday guide to make many cards in the past couple weeks, and I've even finished what was left of 2 of my 6x6 paper pads while doing so!
    thanks for all your inspiration!

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    1. It's a wonderful card challenge. I'm sure I'll be using it quite a bit. :)

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  2. Wonderful cards and loved your video. Gonna try this one today (still working to get my Easter cards done and this will help a lot ;-) )
    Grtz Janette

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    1. Thanks so much! I really need to get started on my Easter cards! Yikes! It's only 2 weeks away.

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  3. Oooh, what a great idea! I just finished up a set of cards and was trying to decide what to try next. This might just be the ticket. Thanks, Kristie! :)

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    1. Thanks, Jeanne! I highly recommend giving the challenge a try. It's so simple and easy to customize. Happy crafting! :)

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  4. Kristie,
    Are the measurements on the sketches for the mats? Which would mean the top layer is 1/8th" or 1/4th" smaller. I noticed you mat all of your layers. Is it more for postage due to the weight?

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    1. Hope you don't mind my replying. The sizes are for the card elements and then you add a quarter inch to both measurements for the matting layer.
      I find that matting doesn't add much to the weight of my cards. Happy Crafting.

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  5. Hi Kristie
    It's been a while. I've been avidly watching but haven't been commenting much lately, so apologies for that. You know I always love your video's but this one was exceptionally brilliant, especially at the moment. I'm having a limited spend year so trying to use what I have and I have a lot of papers which I would like to at least use some of. This couldn't have come at a better time and I'm definitely going to have a go. I've also subscribed to Mojo Monday's blog.
    Hope you and your family stay safe and keep on crafting.
    Tracey.x

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  6. On a self spending-freeze as we're in the middle of moving to an apartment while new home is being built. So all our funds are going towards the move. Good news is that I have new ideas on how to use my current supply of solid card-stock and paper pads. It is so liberating to be able to use one paper-pad to create a stack of cards. Those card sketches are a life-saver when my brain is stumped. So fun to dig out a partial paper-pad to see how many cards I can make - made 13 cards with the scrapes of one pad. Keep up the good work.

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