Saturday, February 23, 2019

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #129 - D is for Diet


Hello snarky peeps!
their newest challenge: D is for Diet!

This was kind of hard for me at first, since I don't really own any
diet themed stamps. But there is this thing call a meme, so I Googled 
memes about diets and came up with these two cards: 



I love to pair snarky sentiments with these retro gals from
Riley & Co. I simply printed the sentiments out
with the help of my computer and printer. 
I thought they needed a bit more something, so I used a couple
grungy border stamps around the edges, and done!




Now it's your turn to dazzle the Sisters with your projects about diets! We'd 
love to see your take on it. Just link up at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers so
we can admire it! Need more ideas? Simply check out what my Sisters, and our
newest Queen & GD Tenia, have created for your viewing pleasure.
Have fun and thanks for popping by!





Supplies:
Stamps: Riley & Co. - Wondering Midge, Coffee Lady; STAMPlorations - Mixed Media Elements
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Grape Jelly, Lilac Posies
CS: TE; Darice
Accessories: GC; Lawn Fawn - scalloped rectangle die; MISTI; computer & printer
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner

7 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Fabulous and hilarious in equal measure! Love, love, love your cards, sistah! Jo x

Jane Willis said...

Those sentiments could have been written for (or about) me!

Barbara Godden said...

Both are fabulous, love the memes. I'm like Jane two diets are much more filling than one.

Lindsey said...

I think the grungy border stamps are the perfect finishing touch! These are perfect. :D

Donna said...

Woot woot woot these are awesome sistah!
Love a retro image with a snarky diet-related crack :)

Donna Nuce said...

Great sentiments! Have a great day!

Majo said...

Simply beautiful and snarky, dear Sistah ♥

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