Saturday, January 22, 2022

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #202 - G is for Gel Printing


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Hello hello!
Welcome back snarky peeps! It's time for the new challenge at the
This fortnight, it's all about Gel Printing!
I searched through some prints I made over the years and
decided to use this blue one for a masculine birthday card:

and the inside. Forgive my hand modeling, the card didn't
want to stay flat.

Gotta love a great snarky sentiment!  LOL! I stamped the balloons
twice, once onto gray card stock, then again on a scrap of this
funky gray DP that had a nested squares design on it. By angling how
I stamped the balloon image I was able to get a different design on each balloon.
I just fussy cut the bunch and glued it onto the gray card. Cool beans!

I hope that you'll join Edna, my sisters, and our reigning Queen,
Fran, in our Gel Printing challenge! I look forward to seeing
your projects linked up at the
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
CS: Neenah
DP: scrap
Accessories: Gel Press; DecoArt Americana acrylic paints - Sapphire, Williamsburg Blue, Berry Red, Black; brayer; ARTplorations - Confetti Circles stencil; Dylusions - Arrow Lg stencil; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, thin 3D foam squares; Ranger - MMM


  1. Fabulous gel print and a super masculine card. Love that sentiment too.

  2. Love it! Fab dude card and your hand modelling - top notch

  3. Your background is so gorgeous, I had to go back to look at the balloons when you mentioned them! I'm amazed this great print stayed in your stash for any length of time at all.

  4. Love this card! That is such a fun sentiment & the balloons look wonderful!

  5. I really love how the black pops off your fabulous background!


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