Monday, February 28, 2011

MOJO MONDAY

It's not often that I can start a project after I'm finished work and complete it the same day but I guess I did have some Mojo going on this afternoon.  I decided to try my hand at MOJO MONDAY 180 this week.  Here is the sketch:



Here is what I came up with:




This card came together very quickly and I think I might have discovered the secret.  While I was working away, I had background music playing ... Alabama, Josh Groban, Corey Hart, Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood/Randy Travis, Garth Brooks and Bette Medler.  Not sure if they inspired me or not, but they certainly made for a relaxing afternoon.

Thanks for stopping by.

~Bonnie~





11 comments:

mforquer said...

Beautiful card - LOVE that sparkly butterfly - and that sounds like good music to me!
hugs,
M

Gail said...

OH Bonnie, that's just great!
The butterfly's beautiful!

Patti J said...

Bonnie, this card is fabulous! I love that glitzy butterfly! You need to enter it at Flutterby Wednesdays Challenge! Wowzers girl - so pretty!

Notes by Nina said...

Very pretty card, love the butterfly.

Teresa said...

Brilliant! Its a beautiful sketch & card. hugs Teresa xx

Anne Marie said...

Bonnie, from that soft color combo to that stunning butterfly, I just love it! Sounds like a good playlist to me. I loooove Josh Groban, too! There is just something about his voice...and he's a cutie-patootie! Lol! Sometimes music makes all the difference in creative energy. Your creativity was flowing, for sure, with this one! Beautiful! :)

Beate said...

Bonnie,
Your card, and that butterfly, are GORGEOUS! LOVE it!
Thanks for making me smile with the image of the little dog. That is too cute.
Hugs and smiles

kaz said...

What a Beautiful Card.
Kaz.

Heather R... mousemomma said...

Oh what a beautiful card! I like your playlist too. I think I'll have to try listening to music to motivate myself. :)

Samantha said...

Your card is beautiful!!! Great Job!!

The Stamp Whisperer said...

I love this card and it is so nice and sparkly in real life.
This was the inspiration for one of my cards. I made mine in an oval format.
Thanks for helping me Bonnie.