Saturday, January 13, 2018

Gray Skies

I'm guesting over at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers where the theme for the current challenge is T for Technique.  Just showcase a technique you haven't used in a while or your favorite one and you're all good.

I'm showcasing a gelli print technique I haven't used in a good long while and mixing it up by using a rubber stamp to impress the Seattle skyline.  The background is so bold I left the image plain jane with the spot of yellow for the raincoat.  So needed here in Seattle.  The snarky sentiment, unfortunately, is so true too.  LOL.

I hope you'll play along at the Sisterhood. Who doesn't love some snark?

The Details: Liquitex Basics Arylic Paint, Speedball Brayer, Impress Seattle Skyline stamp, Brutus Monroe Be Unique, Hero Arts Unicorn Pigment Ink, Copic Y11-17, Strathmore Mixed Media paper, Versamark, Memento Tuxedo Black, Memory Box Long Stem Lavender die, Uniball white pigment pen


  1. Wow, Toni, I always love it when you are our Queen! Another stunning card... And that cat now tops my wishlist! Thanks for wearing the crown, Jo x

  2. Awesome card, a technique I haven't done well don't have the equipment to either. Love the sky and the skyline and the cat, I really like the plain jane cat with the yellow slicker. Super job on being our "queen"

  3. Great technique, great image, great skyline and a sentiment that echoes how I feel every time I look out of the window today. Thanks for being a super queen

  4. Holy cats!! (Because there’s a cat, see?) I love love that bold burst of blue in your artsy skyline.

  5. I haven't been to Seattle yet, but I know Vancouver well, so I think a raincoat, a warm hat, and waiting for July are a very true combination. What a great gelli print background! Thanks for joining us as Queen, Toni, enjoy the crown!

  6. Amazing background, cat image and sentiment! Purrfectly melded together! (See what I did there? LOL!) Your card is amazing! Thanks for joining us as our Queen at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!


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