Saturday, July 22, 2017


Hiya snarky peeps and welcome!
Looks like Edna is the creamy center of a Scottish oreo! LOL!

Which brings us to our new challenge at the
we want to see plaid on your projects!

Here's my card:

and the inside:

Now it's your turn to break out that plaid and put it to use! We'd love to
see what you make at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
For more ideas, check out what my Sisters and our Guest
Designer, Melissa, have created for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: Katzelkraft - Les Chiens; For The Love of Stamps - Pampered Paws Purrfect Sentiments;
Paper Smooches - Happy Birthday
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: Echo Park - This and That
CS: Crafter's Companion; TE
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; GC; MFT - single stitch frame dies
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares; Scotch - scrapbooker's glue


Dotty Jo said...

Great card, always love this cute pup! Jo x

Jane Willis said...

Why do I not have the Katzelkraft dogs when the cats are my favourite stamp set? I love this card, you've used that gorgeous dog perfectly

Donna said...

Love the pooch and his gift wrapped bone!!
The frame on the tartan is perfect!

Ina G said...

Great layout Chris. Cute dog and tartan paper.

Chelle (PhotoArt/MaybeCreative) said...

Too cute.

Lynne Mizera said...

Amazing Coloring on this one Sister! You got Hallmark BEAT!

Mac Mable said...

Fun card and complimented with the gorgeous colours of the plaid x

Barbara Godden said...

Love your sketch, super cute pup and an all round great card!!!

Majo said...

This is beautiful, love the doggy! Great job, Sistah ♥

Audrey Pettit said...

I seriously did not know where you all were going with that challenge title! You snarky stammers definitely crack me up! I am loving your plaid here, and that cute pup. The angled frames on the inside and out are a fabulous accent, too!

Lindsey said...

That oreo image is going to be with me for a while now... :o
Love the design and your colouring and the fine plaid background!

DonnaMundinger said...

Very cute, Chris! Perhaps he found that "bone" under a kilt. ;D xxD

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