Saturday, January 21, 2023



Hello snarky pals and happy Saturday to you all!
It's time for the new challenge at the
This fortnight, we want to see GLITTER on your projects!
I went the safe route and used Glitz Glitter Gel through a stencil:

Lots of NBUS (never before used stuff) on this card: that stencil,
the Let it snow die, and also that adorable snowman die. No
snark this time. This was just too cute to add snark. LOL! A 
simple sentiment finishes the inside:

I hope that you'll join us in our glitter challenge at the
For more inspiration, do check out what my sisters and our
reigning Queen, Michelle, have created for your viewing pleasure!
Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

I'd like to enter this at:
NBUS Challenge #46

Stamps: Picket Fence Studios - Inside Quotes Christmas
Ink: Memento - Teal Zeal
CS: Neenah; Taylored Expressions; scraps
Accessories: GC; Lawn Fawn - Build a Snowman dies; Memory Box - Let it snow dies; Taylored Expressions - Build a Scene rolling hills die; Echo Park - Seasonal Swirl stencil; Gina K. - Turquoise Glitz Glitter Gel; palette knife; MISTI; Recollections - vellum
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares; Scor Tape; Ranger - MMM


  1. Wow! I LOVE that sky! And the snowman is pretty cute too!

  2. Super too cute to snark card!! love it.

  3. That's a beautiful color on the glitter gel, Chrispy, and it goes so well with the cute snowman's red warmies and perfik sediment! Thank you for inspiring everyone at NBUS ~ don't forget to link it up! Happy New Year Hugs, Darnell

  4. Completely wonderful! And thanks for playing at Christmas Kickstart too. Tether that glitter! Jo x

  5. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh fab idea with the stencil and the glitter gel!
    Love the glittery snow

  6. He is extremely cute!!!! Aren't you the smart one going for the glitter paste.


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