Saturday, July 13, 2019


Good morning snarky peeps!
It's time for a new challenge at the 
This fortnight is brought to you by the letter J,
as in JOKE!
Here's what I've come up with:

If I were completely out of my mind, I would have tried to stamp
the knight on actual tin foil and do some paper piecing, but I'm not that far gone...yet.

The background was made by first stamping the sentiment. Using a brick
embossing folder, I randomly smeared Vintage Photo DI on the inside, spritzed
with a bit of water and ran the panel through my Grand Calibur. 
I tried to flatten the embossing over the stamped sentiment because it was
a bit hard to read otherwise. (Darice needs to come up with 
embossing frames to use when you stamp in the corners, just sayin.) 
 I was going for an old castle wall look. (think Errol Flynn
as Robin Hood. That kind of old castle look. LOL!)

 Ok, so now it's your turn to make us laugh with your jokes! Just link up
at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers so we can see your projects!
Need to see more? Simply visit the blogs of my Sisters, and our 
reigning Queen Helen to see their hilarious takes.
Thanks for popping by! 

Stamps: Paper Smooches - Royal Cuteness; So Suzy Stamps - Idiot in tinfoil
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - vintage photo
DP: MME - Dolled Up
CS: TE; Crafter's Companion
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; Inkadinkado - masking paper; GC; TE - brick EF; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares



  1. I love the sentiment, and the medieval scene you've created to go with it! The castle walls look terrific.

  2. I'm in love with the sentiment too,fantastic scene and the wall looks awesome.


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