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Saturday, January 24, 2015

It's a Snarky Anniversary Celebration!

ONE YEAR .... Whooo Hooo! It's been one year since the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers was born and one year that I have been creating cards for this awesome site!  Again WHO KNEW being on a design team could be this much fun?!?  As a group we are just as snarky, silly and sarcastic "in person" as we are on our bi-monthly posts and it has been soooo much fun hanging out with this amazing group of creative snarky sisters!  ((hugs to my PEEPS!))

For our First Anniversary we thought we would do "The Best of Edna" and make it a SNARKER'S CHOICE!  So pick your favorite from this list of all the challenges we did this year and make a card!  I picked "Z" is for Zoo.... because I must have missed that one...
This is a valentine card that I have created for my hubby this year.  I am totally safe showing you because he NEVER reads my blog... no really... NEVER!  (grin)  Inside it says "Thanks for being my living, breathing animal!"  He'll LOVE It!
Now for those that want to know, I used these awesome Stampin' Up block stamps I scored at a garage sale a few years ago and stamped them on this BoBunny Animal Print patterned paper;
I then fussy cut them out and popped them on more BoBunny cardstock.  The sentiment was typed out on a real honest-to-goodness manual typewriter which I found last summer at my local small town, second-hand store! And I didn't use any stickles or liquid glass because my hubby is so NOT that person.. Grin 
Here is a better view showing all the layers I created with my pop dots:
Now to sweeten the "prize pot" for this challenge I will be doing a draw from all the commenters on my blog for some of my artwork and few goodies from my stash... So Come On Down! and let's PLAY at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers. You have until February 6th to make something, post it on your blog and link it up over at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers. Besides, we always choose our top three favorites to be Queen and Princesses of SNARK and you get BADGES for your blog!  GO HERE for a more detailed list of all the Challenges from the past year.

I am entering this card into the following Challenges:

Hiding In My Craft Room (HIMCR) #184 - Any Holiday (Jan 31)
Simon Says Stamp Blog: HAVE A HEART (create something for someone you love) (Jan 28)

Open  Minded Crafting Challenges #29, Movie Inspiration (Jan 30) For the movie NOAH of course!

As always, thanks for stopping in today to see what I am up to... and especially THIS POST... don't forget to leave me a comment if you like what you are seeing!


Cheers!!!
Scrapbook Lynne Mizera







16 comments:

  1. This is absolutely phenomenal, I'm in awe what you did with that stamp set.

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  2. You fussy cut all those animals?? AND used an honest to goodness typewriter??? I bow down to your crafty awesomeness!! Hubby is going to LOVE this card...I know I do!

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  3. Totally love and admire your work. One day when I decide to grow up....I am gonna be just like you. Can't wait for our play date this spring.

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  4. This is so stunning! And I agree with Donna (typewriter, fussy cutting?) you are a crafting queen!

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  5. Look at all that fussy cutting! And a REAL typewriter?!! Holy crow! This card is awesome, Lynne! Hubby's gonna love it!

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  6. Great work, Lynne. You rocked those stamps!

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  7. Those stamps are awesome. Totally thought it was cut out of patterned paper. Awesome card, just love it.

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  8. Amazing card, wonderful images, papers, design and sentiment. Thank you for joining us this week at HIMCR.

    Sue - HIMCR DT
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  9. Absolutely stunning card! I've never seen anything close to this awesomeness made with that stamp set! Fussy cutting and a typewriter...you rock!

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  10. Wow, what an awesome card for Valentine. So non-traditional and still so romantic! I love it!
    Thanks for joining in the fun at Hiding in My Craft Room.
    Hugs,
    Lena – DT
    Lena’s Creations

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  11. Wonderful card Lynne! I love the scene you've created and the animals are so cute.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    hugs
    Mandy xx

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  12. I love the rich colours and all the dimension in this gorgeous card! And you managed the amazing feat of making an artistic AND masculine card!

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  13. This couldn't be a more perfect hubby card - the sentiment! I love it. And those animals are fabulous :)

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  14. This is gorgeous. Those stamps were a score! They are stunning. Love your card. Hugz

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  15. Loving your card!!!! I love the animals - what a great job! Thanks for joining us at Open Minded Crafting Fun and good luck!!!!
    Hugs,
    Lynne, Open Minded Crafting Fun DT

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  16. Oh I'm sure your loving living animal will be delighted with this card! And you're not alone, my hubby never looks at my blog either. Frankly, he wouldn't even have a clue how to find it :P And your offer of crafty stash is wonderful, but please don't include me in the draw - I only craft digitall now, so the stash should go to someone who can make use of it. And I know I'm late for ths comment as well, I've been working my way through the Snarky Sister posts in between creating lots of snarky pieces to play along with ;)

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