Saturday, January 9, 2021

The Sisterhood is back! #176 - A is for ATC


Hello and welcome snarky peeps!


is back with our first challenge of the new year: ATC's!

If you don't know what that is, it's an Artist Trading Card/Coin.

There's plenty of links you can check out on the Google.

This is what I came up with:

 A bit of recycled cardboard, some paint, splatters, ink, a stencil (NBUS!), stickers,

and of course, a snarky sentiment and this came together better 

than I thought it would. LOL!

I hope that you find some time this fortnight to play along in our ATC

challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

For more inspiration, do yourself a favor and check out what my

Sisters, and our reigning Queen, Beverly, have created for your

viewing pleasure. Thanks for visiting!


I'd like to enter this at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge- use a new/unused product



Substrate: recycled cardboard

DecoArt Media gesso

Loew-Cornell paintbrush

DecoArt Americana acrylic paint - Desert Turquoise, Titanium White

DecoArt Media - Carbon Black mist

Staz On ink - Blue Hawaii

Tim Holtz blending tool

Echo Park - Catching Waves stencil

white card stock scrap

Sticko & Jolee's Boutique stickers

Simon Says Stamp - Adult Beverages Sayings stamp

SA by 3L thin 3D foam squares



  1. That cheese looks so real Chris!! LOVE your ATC background... and that sentiment!!! Have a fantastic New Year! ((HUGS)) Helen

  2. I agree that cheese looks so real, great background and fab. ATC

  3. Your cheese looks good enough to eat!!! Nobody, not even cheese, should ever be lonely.

  4. LOL I am going to echo the other sisters, my first thought was - did she pop actual cheese on there??? I am craving cheese!!

  5. I did not even know that SSS had an adult beverages sentiment set! Must get on that! Of course I love both the theme and the design of this fab ATC.

  6. That cheese! Love this so much. I've been overindulging on wine and Stilton, so this one really called to me, Jo x


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