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Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Blog Hop #3

Hi Everybody,

Some of the products I have used have been provided to me from various companies I design for. Affiliate links may be used in the links provided below.

You might have arrived form the wonderfully talented Tracy McLennon

Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps is having a huge birthday celebration this month in conjunction with a huge new stamp release! Two reasons to celebrate!!!!

There are a lot of new sentiment stamps in this release and also a lot of snarky ones. You know, Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps is big on those! I just love the one I used for this card. 
The tea/coffee drinking lady is also from the new release, you can find her HERE. 
I masked her and used THIS stencil. I divided up the sentiment on both parts on the card.  for the front I just used patterned paper, that has prints on both sides. Die cut the window. 

And don't forget all the ongoing festivities on the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps blog!

You can get $5.00 store credit once a week. Each month we will have several categories on sale for 20% OFF and a technique for that month. All you have to do is make a card with at least one stamp from the sales category and use the technique and 
Vicky will put $5.00 on your store account and leave you a comment that it is done. We can't wait to see your creative work! 

Here are the 20% off stamp sale categories and card techniques.

April - embossing powder
Your next stop on the hop is Donna Idlet

Here is the complete line-up:
Cornelia Wenokor - you are here


Dotty Jo said…
So glad you've linked your card to Soss - she's fab! Jo x
Gemgrrl said…
The sun rays were the perfect touch to highlight the lady! Love the window, too.
MadeByMeghanK said…
YAAAASSSSS I love this sentiment and how you did the rays from her head!
conil said…
Lately, that sentiment fits my mood, exactly. Seriously though, love how you've combined these products...reminds me of my snarky aunt.
Julie from NZ said…
Love the card. I love how you have divided the sentiment.
Wonderful card! Love the sentiment!
Love this!!! Thank you so much for sharing.
Kathi said…
So totally love your card and the stamps you used. Thanks so much for the links. I feel a mini shopping spree in the future!
Lindsey said…
This is snarkily perfect! The sentiment is, of course, fabulous, but I also love how you stamped the retro tea drinker with the sunburst behind her. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Denise Bryant said…
What a fun card! Love the image and sentiment!
JulieP said…
Ha!!! So wonderfully snarky! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Sisterhood!
Helen said…
Love it! Just perfect for our retro challenge! Thanks for playing at SOSS!
Donna said…
Love it!
Love the image and of course the sentiment!!
Thanks for going retro with Edna and the sisterhood of snarky stampers!
Kat said…
Love, love, love

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