Saturday, August 10, 2019


Hello and welcome snarky peeps!
We have a new challenge starting today at the
R is for RIP!

My Sistahs came up with various ways to interpret this. You could
simply rip up some paper, use the letters R.I.P., or use the American
slang term, 'Let one rip', (which means to pass gas! LOL!)

I decided to rip up parts of the paper I used on my card:

and the inside:

I scored this paper kit cheap last year at Tuesday Morning and it's the first time
I've used it. The glittery, dimensional witch sticker has been in my stash for quite a few 
years and went perfectly with the sentiment sticker I used from the paper kit.

A stamped sentiment on the inside plus more ripping and distressing finishes
my card. Now it's your turn to play along! Simply link up your ripped creations
to the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers so we can admire them!
Looking for more ideas? Do visit the blogs of my Sistahs, and our reigning
Queen, Samantha, for their creative takes on the challenge. 
Thanks for popping by!

Stamps: Inkadinkado - All Hallow's Eve
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Ground Espresso
DP: Echo Park - Hocus Pocus
CS: Taylored Expressions; Thunderbolt
Accessories: Anna Griffin - witch sticker; blending tool; Tonic - distressing tool; MISTI; Recollections - spider sticker; Faber Castell - black Artist PITT pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares


  1. Fabulous card, Chris! I'm nowhere near thinking about Halloween yet, Jo x

  2. I do love me a glittery witch!
    Is there really ever a wrong time for a Halloween card???
    Fab job sistah!

  3. Oh that glittery witch! And those fantastic papers! Brilliant!

  4. Love this! The witch and papers are perfect together. Halloween was a nice break from Christmas cards!

  5. This Chris sure likes this card! I love purple and black and I love Halloween cards!


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