Saturday, June 13, 2020


Hello and welcome snarky peeps!
It's time again for another fun challenge at the
This fortnight is all about Techniques.
Whether you try something new or use a go to technique, 
we want to see what you create.
For my card, I tried the paint swiping technique. I actually
had this made three years ago when I first saw the tutorial. I made
two panels, and used one of them on this card.
Finally got around to using this one:

Cheeky robot!

I hope that you find some time to join the sisters in our
technique challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
For more ideas, do visit the blogs of my Sisters and our reigning
Queen, Jenny, to see their takes on the challenge.
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

Spectrum Noir markers used:
CT3, GB5, GB7, GB8
CR5, CR7, CR11
CG1, CG2, YG2
IG2, IG6, IG8

I'd like to enter this at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - It's a man thing

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Big Robots
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: SN; TE; Strathmore mixed media
Accessories: Spectrum Noir markers; MISTI; Ranger - Glossy Accents; DecoArt Americana acrylic paint - Bluegrass Green, Desert Turquoise, Black; paintbrush; water mister; Tim Holtz - Burlap stencil; Dreamweaver - embossing paste; pallet knife; Tim Holtz - Big Talk Snarky stickers
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares


Dotty Jo said...

Love that background and the little robot too, Jo x

Chelle (PhotoArt/MaybeCreative) said...

So teach us the technique.. looks cool.

Donna said...

Fab the paint swiping, will be sure to check out the tutorial!
Ditto to Jo, I adore that uber cute wee robot!
Also love the POP of the black sentiment against the bright colours - very nicely done sistah!

Barbara Godden said...

wow so cool, I love new techniques and sure will look this one up (since there was no link) great sentiment and it sounds like a robot would say it, cute.

Lindsey said...

Nicely done background - and I see you still had at least one UFO in your collection! Love the texture the burlap stencil adds, and the robot and his sentiment - perfect!

Helen said...

LOVE that background technique and your little space dude is adorable! But best of all.. that sentiment! LOL!!! So true! LOL!! Hugs ... Helen

JulieP said...

I love the texture and splatter over your swiping. So much depth! Fabulous!

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