Saturday, February 6, 2021

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #178 - N is for No

 

 


 Hello and welcome snarky peeps! The new challenge has

started at the SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS:

N is for NO! 

I'm not going to lie, this one had me stumped for a while.

But then I flipped through a Tim Holtz snarky stickers pack,

and found something to build my art journal page around:

 

 
 I love how the one lady looks taken aback by what
the other lady says to her! LOL!
 
Lots of paint, stencils and  masks were used. Grab your
favorite beverage of choice. Here come the process pics:

 
 


 


 

 

 One last look:

Ready to play along? Of course you are! We can't wait to see your

take on our NO challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

For more ideas, do check out what my Sistahs have come up with to inspire you!

Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!


 

Supplies:

Strathmore art jounal

DecoArt Media Gesso

DecoArt Americana acrylic paints: Dragon Fruit, Tangerine, Indian Turquoise, Cadmium Yellow, White, Black

Plaid paint brushes

Stencils: STAMPlorations - Make Marks 3 & 4 by Helen G., Dots All Over; Dylusions - Modern Script; Andy Skinner - Vogue

Imagine - ink blushers

Faber Castel - fine black Artist PITT pen

General's black pastel chalk pencil

Tum Holtz - Snarky Small Talk sticker

6 comments:

Helen said...

Oh my gosh Chris.. I absolutely love your background for this snarky NO! And those ladies... priceless!!! Have a super week! ((HUGS)) Helen

Barbara Godden said...

Fabulous page, something I've never ventured into, but your progression of the page is fab. Great sentiment for the challenge.

Dotty Jo said...

Excellent page, Chris! Great technique, Jo x

Lindsey said...

I am so glad you showed us the process - so very cool to see how you built up the gorgeous background! The two women and the sentiment - perfect.

JulieP said...

The layers are fabulous. Love the silhouette of these ladies...perfect positioning for a snark.

Donna said...

WOW WOW WOW
Love the process pics - amazing to see the progression
I love that sentiment....sooooooo true

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