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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Sisterhood Of Snarky Stampers Challenge #19 ... And Now For Something Completely Different....

Hello PEEPS!  It's time for another Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers Challenge and this week we are stepping a Little Bit OUTside the Box with Challenge #19

Yup, In Canada the month of October is all about Halloween and Breast Cancer Awareness so why not combine them? So here is my contribution using a Brand New Digi (digital Stamp) from a Brand New-To-Me Company... CrackerBox Rubber Stamps... and you can choose a Wood-mounted stamp, a un-mounted stamp or a digital stamp how cool is that!  I am using the Witch Glenda stamp in it's digital version. I LOVE digital stamps because I can size them to whatever size I need and I store them on  my computer. And since my 6-foot stamp storage bookcase is FULL this is a really big attraction, but the best thing about digital stamps is that there is usually NO WAITING... you pay, you download, you print, you color... Grin

So here she is - Witch Glenda - a 2014 modern-day Witch with a fashion sense and a Big Personality that won't be kept under her Hat! 
For those who want to know, I colored Glenda with my Copic markers; fussy cut and popped her (using foam pop dots) against the background I created on a piece of black card stock using a mask and gesso.  I created the moon by doing one big Spritz with my yellow dylusions spray after the gesso had dried.
I hope you like my interpretation of this Challenge and make sure you pop on over to the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers Blog to check out my Sisters' contributions.  
And don't forget you have until October 31st to join in so why not give it a go? Don't you want that Queen of Snark Stamp for your Blog? (grin)

"Sister" Lynne Mizera


  1. Ohhhhhh Lynne...I LOVE how you've coloured Glenda's hair!! She is so bright and colourful!! Fab job!

  2. Hello Sister Lynne! What a fun and quirky card! I love your witch with her flowing dress and big pink hat!! Your gesso background has so much texture and contrast against the black card stock! I really love your silhouetted tree, adds a perfect amount of spookiness! Fantastic!

    Your co-sister, Pamellia :)

  3. Super cool witch and a fabulous card.

  4. I definitely like your interpretation of this challenge! Glenda looks fabulous, from her hair to her boots! Amazing background as well.

  5. Love the background, and Glenda looks fabulous all decked out with her pretty clothes, and her hair is gorgeous! Love it!

  6. No waiting is the best part! I have ZERO patience for waiting or for delayed gratification, lol!
    This is AWESOME - love how perfectly the moon spritz turned out!

  7. I believe that Glenda has good hair magic! You have given her magical hair! That spider hanging off her hat is a great hair accessory waiting to happen.I am enjoying digital stamps more and more. I like the instant gratification and the ability to resize the image.

  8. You did a great job on Glenda, you made her look so good in pink! I love the background and what a fab job on the moon!!
    Vicky Briggs

  9. Amazing!!! I love everything about this card! Her hair! I want hair in those gorgeous combination of colors! Such a cool way to do the moon; awesome effect! Glenda is a small rubber stamp. In using the digital Glenda you really brings out her style!

  10. Wow love it. Great job and perfect for this challenge.


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