Good Monday to you!

Here at MKP, I’ve made it my mission to do what I can to help inspire scrapbookers (myself included) to get pages made, using both existing and brand new stash. That’s how Monday Mojo was born – out of a desire to bring a little bit of colorful inspiration to what can admittedly be everyone’s less-than-favorite day of the week.  I always have the BEST of intentions of using the prompts myself, then posting my creations later on in the week, but alas, EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. so far, life has gotten away from me, and I haven’t been able to do it. So, I’m making it my own personal challenge to make projects for ALL of the February and March Monday Mojos before the end of the month. Sound daunting? I hope not – I have a couple of weekends coming up where I hope to get tons done, including the prompts.

Okay, enough about that – onto the mojo! (As always, complete a project inspired by a prompt, and be entered to win a prize – this month, the prize is a pack of My Mind’s Eye Antique enamel dots – so much glittery goodness!)

1. Color Scheme

You can’t go wrong with Design Seeds color schemes, so this week’s is brought to you again from them. I love the gray and teal together, and know that I have items in-stash that will work for this.

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2. Sketch

I love this sketch from PageMaps. I can envision the layering of the patterned papers, and I know this will make a lovely page.

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3. Technique

Got lots of Distress Inks? Yeah, me too. Here’s an awesome video to help you use them in a new way on a tag, card, or page.

4. Embellishment

These chipboard butterflies from ScrappingArt on Etsy will complement any of the prompts above – they can be made using the Distress Ink technique IN the color scheme, and then used on the page. Mind blown, right? Okay, maybe it’s just me.

Layered butterflies

As always, complete a project inspired by a prompt, and be entered to win a prize – this month, the prize is a pack of My Mind’s Eye Antique enamel dots – so much glittery goodness! Just link me to your project(s)   in the comments to be entered to win.

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