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Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Now THAT'S Snarky! (A Collaboration between The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers and Scrap Our Stash)
Hello Peeps!!! Today as one of the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers design team I am showing you what I created for the "Now THAT'S Snarky" challenge over at Shopping Our Stash - Yup, they asked us if we would be interested in joining them in a Crossover Challenge - 'cuz we are just SO DARNED SNARKY! Grin
I am excited to show you what I came up with ... not a card but an Altered Mini-Tote! I found this little darling in my local dollar store and got so excited about the size and the price that I bought all 13 they had left on the hook! This is the first one I have altered but I have PLANS.
I used Archival ink to stamp one of my favorite Suzi Blu Unity stamps "LaLa Girl" images and colored her using my HUGE collection of Sharpie Markers. Note: the Sharpies for fabric did not bleed like the other pens did and I used a Sharpie fine liner to re-draw some of my black lines.
The lettering is all my own, inspired after reading JoAnne Sharpe's best selling book "The Art Of Whimsical Lettering" A book I can absolutely endorse if you want to improve your own hand-written lettering.
And finally I embellished my mini-tote using just a bit of my HUGE inventory of bling - and I am super excited about finally finding a use for my collection of glitter tape - Grin.
You may have noticed that my bag has some shiny bits because I also applied CTMH Liquid Glass to the lettering and to bits of my Girlie I wanted to highlight.
Now I got this quote from a stamp my dear friend Lisa from Texas had. It said:
"You can't Ground me. I am the Princess" Kaitlin Schach, age 7
And for some reason this TOTALLY resonated with me... Big GIANT Smile!
So why not pop on over to the SISTERHOOD to see what my sisters have created and also to the Shopping our Stash challenge blog to see what their amazing team came up with and then we would LOVE IT if you were inspired to join us! (come on, you know you want too! Grin)
Yours in Snarkiness