Saturday, January 25, 2020

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #152 - A is for Anti-Valentine

Hello hello snarky peeps!
It's time once again for our new challenge at the
This fortnight is brought to you by the letter A, as in

That's right, we want to see how un-mushy you can be
on your projects. LOL!
Here's what I came up with:

Originally, this was only supposed to have just the heart on it. But then I
remembered that Sister Donna gifted me some of these poop emoji die cuts.
It was as if the planets aligned! LOL!

We would love to see your Anti-Valentine creations in the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers gallery!
For more inspiration, do yourself a favor and check out what my 
Sistahs, and our reigning Queen Michelle have created for
your viewing pleasure!
Thanks for visiting!

Stamps: Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps - like a fart
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa; Ranger DI - Ground Espresso
DP: DCWV - The Green Stack
CS: Bazzill, scraps
Accessories: MISTI; Gemini; SB - Std. scalloped heart Nesties: poop emoji die cut from Donna; Ranger blending tool
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares


  1. So perfect, you have a really snarky mind to come up with the sentiments you do. Awesome card.

  2. Excellent! I love the colours you've chosen, the sentiment (obs) and that little poo emoji! Jo x

  3. Utterly brilliant. And very true.

  4. A valentine with a poop - now THAT is my kind of Valentine

  5. Ahh, such a homespun look to your card, until one recognizes what exactly that focal point is, and reads the sentiment... so perfect!

  6. I spit coffee all over the screen ..... hahaaha. Great, just you, sweet Sistah ♥

  7. Coffee out my nose funny!! The sentiment is fantastic! (The rest of the card is, too.)

  8. Love the sentiment.. great with the poop emoji.


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