Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: Two Lips

Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: Two Lips

One more time – getting snarky with it. Today, Two Lips a company that focusses on snarky sentiments only. And there are a lot. I picked two that I thought are hilarious and tried something different this time. Before we start, here is the winner of the Art Impressions feature: Lindsey M-P Congratulations, snarky sister πŸ™‚ Giveaway For the last Snarktoberfest feature, I’m giving away a $15 gift card to Simon Says Stamps, so you can get any snarky stamp that you want πŸ˜‰ For your chance to win let me know what is your favorite part about Snarktoberfest? Open …

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Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: Art Impressions

Snarktoberfest Art Impressions

We are nearly at the end of Snarktoberfest *sniff* that also means you only have two more chances to win prices from our features. This feature is all about Art Impression, the funny, whimsical and also snarky stamps designed by Bonnie Krebs. I created a set of snarky note cards, showcasing that you can be snarky in all sizes πŸ˜‰ Giveaway Art Impressions sponsored this stamp set: Hot Java Mama. It’s open worldwide. Isn’t it perfect for all you snarky coffee lovers out there? For your chance to win, leave a comment down below telling me if you prefer coffee …

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Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: StencilGirl

Snarktoberfest Stencilgirl

I’m super excited to share this Snarktoberfest feature with you. StencilGirl is one of those companies that you might not think of when looking for snarky sentiments, but they have a few. I’m featuring one of them for this art journal page and StencilGirl sponsored a different one for the giveaway. Giveaway Do you want to win the Teenage Angst stencil from Carloyn Dube? For your chance to win, leave a comment down below telling me what your favorite snarky craft is. Is it card making? Art Journaling? Or maybe Cross Stitching? I’ll pick a winner before my next feature …

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Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: PaperArtsy

Snarktoberfest PaperArtsy

We are halfway through Snarktoberfest already… Wow. Have you joined the party yet? Today’s feature for Snarktoberfest is PaperArtsy and I couldn’t wait to share this art journal page with you. The sheep from the Zinsky Art stamp set are just adorable and I love the sentiments on them. It’s not really snark, but it’s cute and funny – and that counts as well πŸ™‚ Giveaway This giveaway is sponsored by Seth Apter who designed a variety of paints and stamps for PaperArtsy. You can win one of his paint sets – yay! For your chance to win, leave a …

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Snarktoberfest 2018 Feature: So Suzy Crackerbox stamps

Snarktoberfest So Suzy Stamps

What’s your snarky happy dance? I’m dancing mine right now (no, there is no video of that… πŸ˜‰ ) because I’m featuring Crackerbox & So Suzy Stamps today. My first set of snarky stamps was from So Suzy. So, you could say it’s all her fault… For today’s feature I was playing with some watercolor inks and powders. But before I dive into my project, let’s check on the winner from the last feature. The winner for the Ranger Ink feature (one Dylusions stamp set each) are: Delphine Montano & Pamela R Levingston Woohoo – Congratulations πŸ™‚ I sent you …

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Stampnation Birthday Challenge – Come join us

Stampnation Birthday Challenge

Hi everyone, I don’t know if I told you before, but as part of the Catherine Pooler Design Team, I joined Stampnation. This is a forum full of crafters that share their projects, join challenges, send each other cards and more. It’s super fun and you’ll get a lot of inspiration. Currently, there’s a Stampnation birthday challenge that helps you creating a bunch of birthday cards, so you’re prepared for the year πŸ˜› I wanted to share the two I created so far. If you’d like to check out all the different topics and cards, join Stampnation here. One of …

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Playing with my new Viva Las Vegas Stamps

Playing with my new Viva Las Vegas Stamps

Do you know that? You see a stamp company and you can’t stop looking at their stamps, but you never click the buy button? Maybe because you don’t really know how to use them or maybe because you’re intimidated by these gorgeous images? Well, that happened for me when I was looking at Viva Las Vegas stamps. For months I was following their design team, checking out new releases and tried to figure out how I can incorporate them into my art. Then I finally went to their store when I was in Las Vegas and ordered a handful. During …

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Watch me get fabulous – a snarky card with So Suzy Stamps

Watch me get fabulous - So Suzy Stamps snark

Who is ready for some snark from the latest So Suzy Stamps release? When I saw the “Watch me get fabulous” stamp I had to giggle quite a bit. Haven’t we all been in that situation at one point? I know I had that thought a couple of times in my life πŸ˜› This card is rather simple and I’m kind of surprised that I was capable of leaving that much white space. But let’s start at the beginning. I stamped the sentiment onto white card stock. For sentiments, I prefer Versafine ink. It’s deep black and leaves a crisp …

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Video: Snarky is part of the package

So Suzy Stamps and Distress Oxide - Snarky is part of the package

Have you seen the new release from So Suzy Stamps yet? There are a few snarky stamps as well and you know me – I can’t resist some good snark. I paired the new Snarky is part of the Package stamp with the rose and rose trio from an earlier release, but see for yourself. I hope you’re not sick of me using the Distress Oxide, because there is another card coming πŸ˜‰ This time, I used them to color the roses in two different ways. The outside of the card with the ink resist technique and the inside by …

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How to become a pirate with So Suzy Stamps

how to become a pirate with So Suzy Stamps

Arrrr, you land lovers! It’s inspiration day over at So Suzy Stamps and I grabbed one of the stamps that is back in the store – the pirate πŸ˜€ You probably know by now that I love the Distress Oxide, but what I love even more is the combination of Distress Ink and Oxide. It’s the mix of vibrancy and rusty that really gets me πŸ˜› That’s why I created a set of cards for you using both, Distress Inks and Oxides, water and some acetate. Enjoy! I hope you enjoyed my cards and are not mad that I didn’t …

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