Saturday, September 17, 2016


I'm LOVING the graphics that Sister Lee creates for the SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS! Since International Talk Like A Pirate Day happens on the 19th, (yeah, it's a thing!), we challenge you to make a card or project featuring a pirate on it! Here's the card I created:

 When you unwind the string that's wrapped around the X shaped brad (yep, see what I
did there?), you get the ending of my sentiment:

My card is based on the now ended CAS - Colours & Sketches #190. All my cards for the next week or so have been made and scheduled in advance, as we are on the road as you read this, headed to the beach for vacation. I. Can't. Wait. To. Get. There!!!! 

Anyhooo, we hope that you get a chance to play sometime this fortnight at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! For even more fun inspiration, please check out what my Sisters of Snark, and our newest Guest Designer, Marina, have made for your viewing enjoyment, and please leave them some bloggy love! Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: CC Designs - Pirate Frankie digi
Ink: Ranger DI - Walnut Stain
CS: Darice; Crafter's Companion
DP: Gartner (ancient paper!)
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; Prisma color pencils; Sentiment computer generated; X brad and string from my stash; hole punch
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares


  1. Ha, ha, ha! Sounds like me each morning! Great card, so funny, Jo x

  2. Brilliant - I loved it from the outside but love it ten timed more now I've seen the inside!

  3. This is so good! Love the design, the map use (the brad!!!) and your colouring.
    Enjoy the beach! Watch out for certain kinds of buried treasure, though. ;)

  4. Woot woot, love the map, love the pirate, love the sentiment!
    You rocked the challenge sistah!

  5. Wow, love that idea with the nail brad, great job, Sistah ♥

  6. I love how this is put together Sistah! Great Job And Sentiment!

  7. Haha, Love it! This is my daughter to a T! She has always wanted to be a pirate! :D

  8. Clever design! Clever sentiment!


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