Saturday, January 6, 2024

SoSS #246 - N is for New


Greetings, salutations and happy new year!!

Thanks for coming by to check out the latest challenge from Edna and the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

In 2024 we are celebrating our 10th anniversary - can you believe that??? 10 awesome years of snarkiness! We hope that you will join us in our celebrations.

We are switching things up a little this year and will be hosting 1 challenge each month instead of 2, we hope that will give you more time to play along!

Our first challenge for the year is N is for New, that means we want to see something new (maybe something you got for Christmas??) or something you haven't used before on your project.

I was lucky enough to receive an amazing #RAK (random act of kindness) from Sister Deena just before the holidays...which worked out perfectly for this challenge!

The background stamp and hand / finger die were in that #RAK package and the sentiment is from a package she had sent me previously (crafty friends are the BEST am I right???).

Shite I used to make this card:
  • White & black cardstock (Recollections)
  • Happy Crafting design paper (Echo Park - September 2023 SCT Sampler)
  • Roadies Background Vol 1 Salty stamp (Ink Road Stamps, #RAK from Sister Deena)
  • Scallop Rectangle die (Lawn Fawn)
  • Helping Hand die (HoneyBee Stamps, #RAK from Sister Deena)
  • Foil Ready Basic Cheeky Sentiments (Rebellious, Ink Road Stamps, #RAK from Sister Deena)
  • Paper piercer & mat (SU)
  • Fine tip Sharpie
  • Peach cardstock (Concord & 9th)
  • Bling (Dollarama)
As always we would love for you to join the sisterhood and play along.
You can find all the details for the challenge on the SoSS Blog.
While you are there please share some crafty love and comments with our reigning Queen of Snark and the rest of the sisterhood!


Dotty Jo said...

Sheer brilliance, dear Sister! Jo x

Paperesse said...

Oh, yeah! Couldn't agree more. Bravo!

Chris Dring said...

I can't love this enough! LOL!

JulieP said...

I LOVE your giant hand. Hard to miss this, right? ROFL!

Michelle N. said...

I adore this! But my mother would have LOVED it, and then demand that I make a couple dozen of these for her! Must check out Ink Road stamps!