Saturday, January 24, 2015

Choose Your Challenge!


Our 26th challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers is giving you the choice of any of our 2014 challenges to make.  Was there a challenge that you missed or got to busy for?  Now is your chance to try it out!  Click here to see the list of past challenges. 

Going into our old challenges I went all the way back to our second challenge; "U is for Unused:  Use something from your stash that is at least six months old."  Unfortunately, I have an item or two that are unused in my stash! 

The image and word stamps are from Rubber Dance.  I bought these last summer and these had remained sadly uninked.  There is also silver glitter glass that I had never used before and I am not certain when it joined my stash.  Finally, I had a 12 x 12" dark blue cardstock that may have been acquired before 2007.   



This tag is very sparkly and my photo isn't doing it justice.  I haven't seen blue sunny skies for a few days.  I am entering this into the Rubber Dance January color challenge, which the colors for are below:


As for the challenge at the Sisterhood, you have until 6 February at 11:55 EST to enter the Choose Your Challenge.  Enter here.




19 comments:

Barbara Godden said...

Awesome card, lots of elements I wouldn't know how to use, I have lots of "stuff" I bought after seeing a video/tutorial and there they sit.

Donna said...

Lee this is absoloutely stunning!! Thanks for introducing the sisterhood to Rubber Dance Stamps!

Michelle N. said...

Wow! This is absolutely beautiful! I'm surprised it hadn't been used before now.

Chris D. said...

Yep, what Donna and Barb said. :) I have MANY items not used yet. (can you say HOARDER?) This tag is amazing, Lee!

Scrapbook Lynne said...

Lee you ROCKED THIS Girlie! LOVE it... and that stamp... WHERE can I find that stamp? I can't seem to find it on the Rubber Dance stamp site... I LOVE YOU Sistaaah!

Chelle (PhotoArt/MaybeCreative) said...

Never used the glass...very cool. I have loads of stuff I haven't used it..but plan too one day. LOL Great card.

Karen Schroeder said...

Beautiful tag! Love the colors and the sparkle! Rubber Dance has great stamps...thanks for letting us know about them. Glitter glass is probably one of the few things I haven't bought yet (and hoarded). Now I'll have to get some...you are such an enabler! 😃

Jessi Fogan said...

Lee, this is absolutely awesome! I love the blues and that sparkle!

Bibi at Rubber Dance said...

Oh, my goodness, Lee - this is awsome!! So glad you decided to use the stamps, that's what they're for, ya know ;-) (Oh, I have some un-inked ones myself ...). LOVE how you have coloured in her face, and the sparkle looks pretty cool on the photo! Thank you so much for using my stamps and for entering our January challenge!
xox

Bibi at Rubber Dance said...

So glad you like the stamp, Lynne! :) You can find it on this page, on a full sheet of other cooool images:
http://www.rubberdance.com/category-s/140.htm

Violent Kittie said...

Thanks, Bibi! I wish the photo had turned out better, the sun isn't cooperating here! l love your stamps and will be playing with you at Rubber Dance whenever I can!

Bibi at Rubber Dance said...

Thanks, hon'! I look forward to seeing you playing with us more :)

Katy Leitch said...

Amazing use of Bibi's stamp here - no wonder you made her proud!! Thank you for joining us at Rubber Dance!

Majo said...

WOW!! Thanks for joining us at our Rubber Dance Frosty Challenge!

Lindsey said...

Beautiful, Lee! Gorgeous colours and design.

Becca Cruger said...

Well I'm sure glad you inked them up now because that girl is fab-O! She's so ethereal and wise and I love the blue tones you've applied to her. Great work!

Susanne Rose said...

Awesome! Thanks for joining the challenge over at Rubber Dance.

Susan Says (Stupid Stuff) said...

eautiful sparkly tag, and well done you for managing a triple whammy of unused stash!

Katherine said...

Oh your projects are very artistic! I can appreciate the sparkles and shine even in this photo. I know that's hard to capture on film. Thx too for stopping by my blog.