Saturday, February 19, 2022


 Hello snarky peeps and welcome! It's time once again for the
This fortnight it's Q for QUIRKY!
I created an art journal page for my project:

I decided to make a collage using bits of leftover gel prints, stamped
cardstock and book paper, and paper using Magenta Nuance powder dyes.
Once everything was dry, I randomly stamped more images, then 
added doodle marks with a black and a white pen.

Here are some process photos:

I set that aside and printed out the sentiment and the
main image, colored and fussy cut them. These were adhered with 
foam squares then I glued some sequins on the gal to use as earrings.

Glad that I put a small dent in the pile of backgrounds I've made
over the years. LOL! I hope that you'll join Edna and my Sisters
for our Quirky challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers.
Need more ideas? Do check out what my teammies and our
reigning Queen, Beverly, have created to inspire you!
Thanks for visiting. I hope you have a great day!

Strathmore Art Journal
various gel prints/stamped card stock/ stamped book pages/papers with Magenta Nuance powder dyes
DecoArt Media matte medium
paint brush
Staz On: Jet Black, Orange Zest
STAMPlorations - Trendy Blooms, Art Marks 2
Vera Lane Studio - Housewives Fruity digital stamp
Computer & Printer
Spectrum Noir markers
Faber Castell medium black Artist PITT pen
Sakura - white and gold Gelly Roll pens
CRAFTplorations - Color Confetti ShakerBlends sequins
SA by 3L: 3D foam squares


Dotty Jo said...

Great card, Chris! That background is perfect to team with your quirky gal and sentiment! Jo x

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome project, thanks for the process pictures (I'm so challenged in this area) certainly a quirky background for a quirky image. fab.

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh love love love it!!!
And nothing is better than being a bit "extra" he he he he
This is so beautiful and quirky and colourful

Jules said...

Your background is absolutely amazing!!! I knew it was a lot of work when I first saw it but this really shows your process. So fabulous!

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