Saturday, 9 February 2019

Sisterhood of Snarky stampers challenge #128

It's taken Edna AGES to make up her mind what our challenge was to be thins time at the Sisterhood of  Snarky Stampers. She was all of a dither about whether it should be Kool Aid or Kitties! Thankfully she has come down in favour of Kitties..... LOTS of Kitties!

Now, while I was waiting for her to get her knickers out of a twist, I had a new stamp I wanted to play with so I went ahead and made a kitty card - but used Kool Aid colours. So whatever she chose, I could use my card.
I'd fallen in love with this gorgeous stamp from AALL & Create as soon as I saw it, some months ago, and just had to have it - but it's the first time it's seen ink.

I stamped it on six different acid tones of paper and again on white, then cut out progressively smaller layers from the coloured images and layered them up, to give an illusion of perspective to the stack. I coloured the kitties very sparingly before piecing them over their coloured counterparts.

The sentiment is stamped using the same stamp set.  Once the card was finished I blinged up the parcels with a dash of Stickles.

Why not pop over and share your kitty creations - the snarkier the better - with us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers? You could be our next Queen or Princess of Snark.

I am sharing this with
2 Crafty Critter Crazies - challenge 23


  1. Worth all the effort, Jane, this is fabulous, Jo x

  2. This is brilliant and fabulous!!! stacked kitties and presents, great use of that stamp. even if we did Kool-aid your card would be perfect as all the colours are Kool-aid colours. (just needs grape)

  3. Brilliant card love the layered stack of brightly coloured presents
    Carol x

  4. Oh how I love this! If I had discovered this stamp, I would have needed it too - luckily I must have been hanging with my cat when it came out. ;) Love the krazy koolaid colours, too!

  5. I love your kitties in Kool Aid colours!!
    You were well prepared either way!


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