Saturday, February 8, 2014

Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers is IN THE HOUSE!!!!

Good morning peeps! Today is a monumental day! It marks the start of our new blog challenge at Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! Do you have a quirky, sarcastic, snarky, dare I say, risque' sense of humor and need an outlet to show it off? Well , you have found your home here with the Sisterhood! LOL! This term, our theme for our challenge site is Alphabet Soup. We picked the letter 'A' to start off. Our first challenge is all about Valentine's Day....sort of....maybe not. (wink!) We challenge you to make an Anti-Valentine's Day card!


Yep, that's right. An Anti-Valentine's Day card! All sorts of snarky sentiments came to mind for me, but this one I just HAD to use:


And the inside:

I've had this lady stamp for at least a year and finally inked her up. Her skin and hair is colored with SN markers and her dress is stamped and fussy cut from some scrap DP, then adhered. I die cut the red frame, and adhered that and the checkered panel off kilter. The sentiment was printed from my computer, cut out, doodled, and adhered on foam squares. I used alpha stamps for the inside.

So, want to play along? I KNOW you do! Don't forget to link your card to the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers blog, and please, please, please make sure you check out the cards my Sisters have created for your viewing pleasure!

Now, go get your craft on, my friends!

ETA, I'm also going to enter this card at Naughty or Nice challenge #1.

Chris
Supplies
Stamps: Hero Arts - lady H5604; Studio G - alphas
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Echo Park - Happy Days; MME - Ooh La La scrap
CS: Darice (white); Bazzill (red); Copic X-Press It
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Paper Smooches - Chains die; Spectrum Noir markers; American Crafts - black Slick Writer pen; Sentiment printed from Microsoft Word
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent, 3D foam squares; Elmer's extra strength glue stick

16 comments:

  1. Tg on the new snark and great job on your card... tfs

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  2. Super job on the card Chris. love the sentiments. Great start to the new challenge blog.

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  3. I love her. The sentiment is too perfect for this challenge! snark on, sister!

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  4. Awesome card Chris, I love the inside sentiment
    Cheers to new beginnings!!

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  5. Your card is fantastic! Love the image and of course the saying!!!

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  6. Rock it! Can you imagine how many gazillion women would have sent this card to some dude in their lives??? Excellent!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Hallmark weeps because they didn't think of this first. I love it! The lady and the checkerboard background... too fun. And the greeting is excellent. I never did understand the "you complete me" BS so this rocks.

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  8. I think your outside sentiment may just be the best EVAH. :) It's too perfect! Such a brilliant card, Chris!

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  9. LOVE your snarky card, Chris! Long Live the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!! Can't wait to join in on the challenges...I think I may have some snark saved up :) XOXO-Shari

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  10. OMG, the inside makes it even better! lol! This is AWESOME! ANd seriously, you complete me? WTF is that? I was missing part of my torso until you came along. I'm loving following Princess Judy's comments :)

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  11. so funny!! lol
    Thanks for playing along with the Naughty or Nice Challenge!!

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  12. I cracked up over the sentiment you added to your card! It's so bold, brazen and just plain MEAN!! LOL I hope I never get a clever card like this IRL, but it's hysterically funny :)

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  13. What a serious HOOT! Love the new Blog and your card is fabulous, both inside and out. xxD

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  14. I love the way you put the red frame, and of course the sentiment! Thank you for playing along with us at Naughty or Nice Challenge.

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