Saturday, October 20, 2018


Hello peeps!
This fortnight at the
it's all about skulls! Yes, one more challenge for you to get those
last minute Halloween cards made before the holiday arrives!
Or, you could do what I did and make a birthday card. LOL!

and here's the inside:

My sugar skull is a stencil that I traced then colored with Spectrum Noir markers.
I added some colored stamped roses and some bling to frame it.
Then of course, some snark on the inside. LOL!

Now it's your turn! Just create something with a skull on it and link up at the
Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! For more ideas, check out what my Sistahs, and 
our newest Queen & GD, Tammy, have created for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for visiting!

I'd like to enter this at Craft Stamper Magazine: TIMI October

Stamps: Winnie & Walter - The Big The Bold & Extras; Stampendous - Birthday Wish, Look Fabulous
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Lady Bug
CS: TE; Core'Dinations
Accessories: Plaid Folkart - skull stencil; FC - Artist PITT pen; Spectrum Noir markers; WOS pen; Recollections - rhinestone swirls; Fiskars corner rounder
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & Thin 3D foam squares; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte


Jane Willis said...

Love it, beautiful on the outside and snarky on the inside.

Dotty Jo said...

Sugar and snark - what a combo! Jo x

Majo said...

Beautiful, as always, my dear friend ♥

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh I adore that sugar skull stencil!!!
And pffffffttttt the sentiment is awesome lol
Fab job sistah!

Lindsey said...

LOL, of course it's a snarky birthday card! And it looked so sweet on the outside. Nicely done!

Audrey Pettit said...

You KNOW I'm loving this week's theme... :D
Awesome card, Chris! I really like how you turned a stencil into your focal image, and the roses and bling you added were the perfect touches with the sugar skull. Of course love that bit of snark on the inside, too!

Tammy said...

Awesome card, I love that colorful skull and the fun sentiment!
Tammy x

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