Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Christmas Kickstart Challenge #29 + the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers = Christmas Cheer!

Hello and welcome snarky peeps!
Guess what? The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers are Guest Elves

The theme for this challenge is near and dear to us Sistahs,
Christmas Cheer! (a.k.a. Alcohol!)

My card was my mass produced holiday card last year. Jo pointed out to me that this
would work well for our co-challenge, so I held back from blogging about it 
until now.

I have cocktail napkins with this sentiment on them, so I knew I wanted to make
a card with it. I stamped the people image and only colored the drinks. The sentiment
was computer generated, and I used up a bunch of hoarded Christmas
 paper for the back panel. Very easy for a massed produced card!

I hope that you'll find some time this month to play along at Jo's
Christmas Kickstart Challenge! She always has a fun prize up
for grabs so why not play along, and get a head start on your
holiday cards? For more fun holiday cheer, please visit
the blogs of my Snarky Sisters to see their makes!

Thanks for visiting, have a great day!

Stamps: Riley & Co - Marty and Mary
Ink: Memento - tuxedo black
DP: Recollections - Believe
CS: Neenah; SN; TE; WRMK
Accessories: computer and printer; Spectrum Noir markers; GC; Gina K. - stitched square dies; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares


  1. Fabulous quartet of holiday cards, they do look easy to mass produced. love the sentiment.

  2. What a gorgeous quartet - love the image paired with the sentiment! Thanks so much for elfing for me, Jo x

  3. I've already told you I'm stealing the sentiment - but now I am on the hunt for those cocktail napkins too! Also, feel free to stamp a few Marty and Marys for me. ;)


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