Saturday, December 12, 2020

SOSS #175 L is for Lewd Christmas

 


 Hello snarky peeps and welcome!

It's the most wonderful time of the year at the

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS!

That's right, it's the L is for Lewd Christmas challenge! 

Here's my take on it:

 

 and the inside:



 Once again, I've used a meme for my sentiment.

This awesome retro Santa was fussy cut from a 6" x 6"

collection pack and was popped up on foam squares

onto another paper design from the same set. I just

die cut a rolling hill to ground him, and used my
 
computer and printer for the sentiment.
 
Easy peasy!
 
An actual stamp sentiment that's meant to be
 
cute takes on a slightly bawdy look paired with the front of the card.  

I hope that you can play along in our last challenge of 2020!

 
will be back on January 9th with a new challenge.
 
Until then, Happy Holidays to you all!
 

 
Supplies:
Stamps: Lawn Fawn - Ho Ho Holidays
Ink: Memento - Teal Zeal, Lady Bug
DP: Carta Bella - A Very Merry Christmas
CS: Neenah; Cardstock Warehouse; scraps
Accessories: GC; TE - Build a scene rolling hills die; Ranger - blending tool; MISTI; computer and printer
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D foam squares

6 comments:

Helen said...

Oh my gosh Chris! I LOVE your vintage Santa!! And your snarky sentiment! Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas!! ((HUGS)) Helen

Dotty Jo said...

Ho Ho Ho! Looks great and made me laugh! Jo x

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Ha ha ha, this is awesome!!!! Thanks for having me as your GDT this month! You should link up your card at the Day of the Month Card Club Challenge - the them is Santa's List https://dayofthemonthcardclub.blogspot.com/2020/12/22-santas-list-day.html

JulieP said...

I love the combination of such a sweet retro Santa with his naughty thoughts. LOL!

Chelle (PhotoArt/MaybeCreative) said...

Well done. Meme's are so very helpful now.

Donna said...

Dirty Santa!!
LOL
this is awesome :)

adding pinterest script 3. Changing the Position of the Pin it! button The cool thing about this code is that you have some freedom over where the Pinterest button for Blogger will go over the image. Take a look at the code that you just copied and pasted into the HTML for the word 'center'.