Saturday, July 9, 2016

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #63 B is for Booze




What? Like you didn't think we'd have another booze related challenge? HA! This IS the SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS, after all. (wink) So, here is the card I made:


 and the inside:


The background panel was sponged using a strip of die cut wine glasses that I cut out months ago. I thought at the time it would make for a cool stencil. Glad I kept it.


I die cut the black frame 3 times and glued them together for a bit of dimension. The tiny die cut  wine glass was the perfect final touch. ☺

I hope you get a chance to play along with the booze challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! I look forward to seeing your entries in the gallery! Thanks for visiting!




Supplies:
Stamps: Riley & Co. - A Meal...; Paper Smooches - Free Spirits; Simon Says Stamp - Adult Beverages Sayings
Ink: Memento - Rhubarb Stalk, Tuxedo Black
CS: Darice; Bazzill
Accessories: GC; Paper Smooches - Drink Glasses & Free Spirits icons
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares; Scotch - scrapbooker's glue; Glue Dots

14 comments:

  1. Great idea with your home made (accidental) stencil...Fun theme and one I can relate too x

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  2. I love this card Chris! Great Job!

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  3. I love this card Chris! Great Job!

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  4. This is just seriously BRILLIANT! Jo x

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  5. Great card, that stencil is fab. and so useful, glad you kept you off cuts.

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  6. Yep that did make an awesome stencil!! Smart thinkin' there sistah!
    Wine...breakfast of champions ***hick***

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  7. Very cool... love the "stencil" it should become a Dylusions one. LOL Breakfast..isn't that mamosa time?

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  8. YUP! (except I've had wine for breakfast... Grin) and NOOOOO I do not have a problem.... Great Card Sistaaah!

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  9. Great way to make the background, and I love that sentiment - if only I could afford enough wine yo make it true!
    Jane

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  11. What a clever background you created and as for the sentiment .... what can I say except "cheers"!

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  12. Hahah - love it! You know you just HAVE to do something with that reverse die cut that you sponged right? I was staring at that panel thinking ooooooo!

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  13. So smart to save that panel and use it as a stencil! You must have had that idea at breakfast, before wine. ;)

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