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Mosquito and So Suzy


Hi Everyone,

So Suzy came out with that hilarious snarky sentiment and I just had to have it!!! 
It just makes me laugh!


Now this card is really simple. I took and old circle mask that I made myself a long time ago and picked one in a size that I liked and partially sponged two half circles with Distress ink.




Stamped the sentiment over it. You could stamp the sentiment first, but there maybe some smearing and smudging of the ink when you sponge over it, so that is a lot safer.


Used my stamp positioner to line up the mosquitos where I wanted them to be


Colored them in and added black splatters. I cut off a strip at the bottom and added PP for more interest.


Do you like snarky, too? So Suzy has a nice selection of them!

linking up with:

The Male Room - many legs
Papierelle - Tier aus der Heimat (German animal) - who doesn't have Mosquitoes?
CAS Mix-up challenge - stamping and splattering

  

Happy Stamping!



Comments

Flo said…
Ob die Zwei sich wirklich mögen?? Na, vermutlich besser als wir sie mögen.
Tolle Karte, super Idee.
Liebe grüße
conil said…
OKAY now! You win for the most clever way to use this sentiment...I'm still rolling on the floor laughing so hard my tummy hurts.
Haha, voll cool!
GLG
Sylwia
Monika Reeck said…
ooh you are so clever to make that circle and sponged it
Love this cute Image
and your splatter I always love
i wish I can make perfect splatter too
cute card!
Loll said…
Hilarious, Cornelia!! :) Very creative and fun. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! xx
nancy littrell said…
What a silly sentiment and CAS design. TFS Cornelia and joining us at CAS Mix Up. Hugs...
swldebbie said…
Oh my stars, this is FUNNY! Your sponging makes it even more humorous.
TerriLynn said…
Seriously cute. Love your card.
Bonnie said…
He he he! Are those splatters or stars? This is so fun, Cornelia! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at CAS Mix Up and for the laugh!
papierelle said…
Nein nein, bei uns gibt es keine Mosquitos!!! ... nur Mücken ... *kicher*
Und auf so eine Kartenidee kannst nur Du kommen, alle anderen wählen ein niedliches oder hübsches Tier und Du greifst beherzt zu den Plagegeistern.
Aber untereinander scheinen sie sich richtig zu mögen.
Was für eine großartige Idee! Dieser Humor gefällt mir! :))))
Und so genial umgesetzt. Ob sie wohl zugestochen haben? ;)
Liebe Grüße
Katrin
Rocky said…
Fab! Love the card, it really made me laugh. Thank you for sharing it with us at TMR.
way too funny, love the sentiment
Julia Aston said…
Well this made made me spew my coffee right onto my computer screen! Funny sentiment - and yucky mosquitoes!! Great splatter behind it all Cornelia - thanks for joining us in the CAS Mix Up challenge!! Julia xx
Deborah Frings said…
LOL!! This is brilliant - I was laughing so much when I saw this. Sorry to be so late commenting! Thank you for playing along with our Many Legs challenge at The Male Room. Deborah, DT. x
Shawna said…
Absolutely unequivocally the most HILARIOUS sentiment I have seen this far.. you execution is wonderful.. love this card.. thanks so much Cornelia for gracing us with your hilarious card at The Male Room.
Cyber hugs
Shawna DT
Susan said…
OMGoodness! Hilarious! Super cute too!
AndrejaM said…
OMG!! Your card is "the card of the yaear" for me!!!! It is the best!
Yes i saw n loved the sentiment too but wasn't sure how i was going to make a snarky but "clean" card with it but you nailed it! Its perfect! The splattering around really adds to the overall image. Hilarious!

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