Saturday, April 3, 2021




 Good morning and welcome, snarky peeps!
It's time once again for the next challenge at the
This time around, we are getting all distressed!
Whether that be using Distress Inks/Oxides, distressing your
your paper, or just being anxious about the world at large,
it's all up to you how you want to interpret that.
For me? I've used Distress inks and I've also distressed the papers
 I've used on my card:

I used the technique where you add ink directly from your ink pad
to the stencil, spritz with water, then flip the stencil over onto card stock.
(and soaking up excess ink with a paper towel) I've used the same
inks on both panels but used different stencils on each. 
(of course, I covered up most of the smaller panel, and you can
hardly see the dots on it. LOL!)

The inside has a simple sentiment to finish:

Because I had fun with my DI's, I made a second card:

I hope that you'll play along in our Distress challenge over at the
Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! For more great ideas, do check out
what my Sistahs, and our reigning Queen, Tristan, have created
for your viewing pleasure! 
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

I'd like to enter this at Inspire.Create. Challenge #87


Stamps: Lawn Fawn - Really High Five
Ink: Ranger DI: (guy) Hickory Smoke, Rustic Wilderness, Walnut Stain (gal) Festive Berries, Crackling Campfire, Mustard Seed, (both) Vintage Photo; Memento - Tuxedo Black
Accessories: STAMPlorations - Dots and Dashes, Dots All Over, Dream Flower, & Delicate Links stencils; water mister; Tim Holtz - Paper Dolls, Big & Small Talk Snarky stickers, distressing tool; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares; TE- foam sticky strips


Helen said...

HaHa!! Good ones Chris! LOVE those sentiments and your backgrounds are awesome! Have a super week! ((HUGS)) Helen

Donna said...

Muahhhhh ha ha ha ha ha I love these!
Fab takes on the sketch to boot!

JulieP said...

bwhahahahahaha!!!! Awesome backgrounds and cards. The second sentiment is a new one to me. Hilarious!

Dotty Jo said...

Hilarious and gorgeous too! Must try that stencil technique, Jo x

Lindsey said...

These are gorgeous! Must try that with some of my stencils - great patterns. Of course I love the sentiments.

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