Saturday, February 18, 2017


Edna sure has a lot of balls. Or at least one big boulder, under her skirt!
She sure knows how to get her extreme on, and that's what we want to see
We challenge you to stamp off the edge!

Here is my take on the challenge:

 You know there's a punch line on the inside:

This was a pretty fast card to make. (About a half hour. Practically unheard of, at least in my case.) 
I masked and stamped the first part of the sentiment on my panel, then randomly stamped drink glasses around the edges. I turned those stamps over and used the back sides of them to stamp the neon colors. Masked the stamp again and stamped the rest of the sentiment on the inside panel,  added a 'cheers' stamp, and more drink glasses.

Now it's your turn to stamp off the edge and link up at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
For more ideas, visit the blogs of my Snarky Sisters and our Guest Designer, Emily, and leave some bloggy love! Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: So Suzy Stamps - Good Friends Know; Paper Smooches - Free Spirits; Avery Elle - Happy Hour
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Hero Arts - Neon Pink, Orange, Blue, Green
CS: TE; Darice
Accessories: MISTI; scotch tape
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares


Dotty Jo said...

I love, love, love this card! Jo x

Barbara Godden said...

Cool idea with the stamping, great colours and a fabby card!!!

Jane Willis said...

What a great way of getting a perfectly shaped background for a stamp! Brilliant card

Audrey Pettit said...

This just makes me smile! Great sentiment, as always, and love the neon look of all those drink glasses. How super smart to use the backside of the stamps to create the halo of color! Love that!

Majo said...

This is awesome, love that sentiment, dear Sistah ♥

Donna said...

OK really??? Using the butt side of the stamp?? That's effin genius!
Loves it!!
And what could put us more "off the edge" than bevvies??

Lindsey said...

Love the sentiment and the fun bright beverages!

Unknown said...

What a cheerful card. I never would have thought about using the back side of my stamp to make a little background. Cheers!

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