Saturday, April 17, 2021

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #183 - M is for Monochromatic

 

 

 

 Hello and happy Saturday to you!
We have a Monochromatic challenge starting today
 
 I made a card with a bit of profanity on it, so heads up in case
you have the little ones around. You've been warned:
 


 

 


 Anyone else take advantage of the 40% off sale recently at VLVS? I did!
This is a mix of NBUS stamps and an older one.
I adore the images from the ATC plate I purchased, and this one I felt
was made to go perfectly with my sentiment.
She's holding up her hand and I can just hear her saying, "Bitch, please." LOL!
 
I used beige card stock and Vintage Photo DI to make my card.
Very monochromatic....and snarky!
 
 I hope that you find some time to play along in our monochromatic challenge
at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers! Looking for more ideas? Do check out
what my Sistahs, and our reigning Queen, Carole, have made to inspire you!

Thanks for visiting! Have a wonderful day!

 

Supplies:
Stamps: VLVS - I have no more..., lady image from plate #1282 ATC Photos; STAMPlorations - Mixed Media Grunge
Ink: Ranger DI - Vintage Photo
CS: Nicole
Accessories: GC; Taylored Expressions - Frayed Edge die; MISTI; PFS blending brush
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares

 

6 comments:

Helen said...

Absolutely brilliant Chris! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE everything about this!!!! And I need that stamp... both of them! Have a fantastic week! ((HUGS)) Helen

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome card, great iimage and of course the sentiment, all perfect.

Lindsey said...

Fab.U.Lous! The vintage tones are perfect for this.

Donna said...

He he he I can also hear her saying it...bitch please....
LOL seriously of all the fucks, I have none left to give...

JulieP said...

This is still making me chuckle.....

Dotty Jo said...

Perfection! Jo x

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