Saturday, January 23, 2021



Happy Saturday, snarky peeps!


is back with their next challenge: G is for GLITTER! 

Be it the get-everywhere-and-stay-forever kind, some

version of glitter glue, or perhaps glitter paper,

 we want to see what you make with it!

 I played it safe and used some glitter paper: 

As a card maker, I'm not really big on Valentine cards. (gasp!)

But, I get around it by adding a snarky sentiment. LOL!

I hope that you get the chance to link up to our glitter challenge

at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers.

Looking for more ideas?  Simply check out what my Sisters, and our

reigning Queen, Michelle, have come up with.

Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!


Stamps: Studio G - Alphas

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black

CS: Thunderbolt; scraps

DP: Core'dinations - red glitter

Accessories: GC; Pinkfresh Studio - Ornate Banner die; Memory Box - Leafy Heart die

Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares; Ranger - MMM


Helen said...

Oh my gosh... love your card! And that sentiment.. perfect!!! (I may have to use that for my DH's VD card!) LOL!. Have a super week! ((HUGS)) Helen

Barbara Godden said...

Gorgeous glitter heart awesome sentiment and a fantastic card!!!

Dotty Jo said...

This is beautiful, Chris, and I love that it has great snark value too! BTW, your link from the main blog isn't working. Have a good weekend, hun, Jo x

Chris Dring said...

Jo, I think all the links are fixed now! Thanks for the heads up!

JulieP said...

This is awesome...perfect mix of beauty and snark. Love that panel die.

Michelle N. said...

Wow, I love everything about this card! So awesome!

Donna said...

He he he he
Yep - perfect
Seriously - glitter paper is the ONLY way to go (until I find out what glitter paste is)
Love love love this!

Lindsey said...

Snarky Valentine perfection! For a non-Valentine maker, you have one very pretty heart die. ;)

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