Tuesday, March 2, 2021

The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers are guest elves at Christmas Kickstart!

 


 Hello friends! I'm back with a special post today!

The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers is Guest Elving

at Christmas Kickstart Challenge!

The prompt for the new challenge is to use the color GREEN

predominately on your card.

 It's no secret that I have a bizarre sense of humor, and

so does my family. LOL! So I made this

card with them in mind:

 

A strange family calls for strange images. LOL!

I colored them with Prismacolor pencils using various hues of green,

 along with a bit of red accents. Of course, I had to

add a snarky sentiment!

For the inside, a simple stamped sentiment finishes my card:



I hope that you'll play along in the Green Christmas challenge
 
 
Thank you, Jo, for letting the Sisterhood crash your
 
Christmas party! Let the shenanigans begin!
 

 

My card uses Mojo Monday #554


Supplies:

Stamps: Viva Las Vegas stamps - images from plates 1474 & 1503; Riley & Co - Deck the Halls; Taylored Expressions - Hand lettered Holidays 2

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Bamboo Leaves

DP: Recollections - Believe

CS: Neenah; Bazzill

Accessories: Prismacolor pencils; GC; SB - Std Lg Circle die; Nicole - stitched square die; Sizzix/TH stencil; PFS - blending brush; MISTI

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares


 

 

5 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

What a cute bunch! Love your fun card, Chris. Thanks so much for being part of my elfin crew this month, Jo x

Donna said...

Fabulous card and a great take on the sketch to boot!

Barbara Godden said...

Super cute card, love those "family pictures" great use of the sketch. Love the snark.

Lindsey said...

This is perfection!

JulieP said...

hahahahaha! love it!

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