Saturday, February 4, 2017

O is for Outrageous at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers.....

I can't believe it's February, one step closer to Spring!!! The new challenge at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers  O is for Outrageous and once you have a peek at the cards from the design team you will see there are all different ways to do outrageous. There is two weeks between challenges and for those two weeks I've brainstormed on what would be outrageous to me and finally a light bulb moment happened. Here is my outrageous card.


You might now think this is very outrageous but I don't craft with orange and I just thought she looked outrageous in her "danriver" dress, you have to be old to know what that is lol. The image is from Art Impressions  -"golden oldies" and the sentiment is from Rubber Dance Stamps. I added some Plaid paper glaze as I couldn't find the glossy accents due to a cat waling on my table and knocking if off.  The sketch is from Tuesday Morning Sketches and loosely interpreted. 


Coffee cup brads, wow from a package dated 2006 from Hot off the Press probably bought in a clearance bin somewhere on my travels. 


The sentiment is only a tad sarcastic and it's from Art Impressions as well. As you see there is a mish-mash of die cuts, seems I was having trouble designing the card and kept playing with my dies until I found the Sketch so instead of tossing them in my scrap basket I used them on the inside of the card.

I am entering this in:


Seize the Birthday anything goes with toppings (no topping today)

Thanks for looking today and we would love to have  you take up the Outrageous challenge.


19 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely fun card at Allsorts 'PAPER PIECING' challenge, good luck in the draw. ♥
[aNNie DT for Allsorts Challenges]

KT Fit Kitty said...

So cute and funny, Barb! Great paper piecing and I LOVE those little coffee cup brads! Have a great weekend!

Jane Willis said...

Brilliant card and those brads are PERFECT for it
Jane

Tarja said...

This is funny :) Lovely brads.

Leslie said...

OMG, I L.O.V.E. this! What a hoot! And thanks for the lovely comment on my blog!
Hugs,
Leslie
Love To Scrap 2
Love To Scrap!

Debbie said...

I LOVE this!! My family is very sarcastic, so this is just perfect!!
Thanks for playing along at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!
Debbie
Debbie's Dash of This and That

Peggy Oliver said...

Great job on the card love the faux stitching perfect touch!.. I need some of those stamps!! Gotta love sarcasm .. hehehe

Lindsey said...

I just have to say that your paper piecing and colouring are outrageously good! Her lipstick is classic old broad. :D

Wanda said...

Such a fun card! Great papers, dies and image used here. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

DonnaMundinger said...

Great dress! Love your paper piecing and I AM old enough to remember "danriver". Fab card. Sarcasm is my life! xxD

brenda said...

A real fun image and great paper piecing, many thanks for joining us at Allsorts challenge this week.

B x

Melissa Craig said...

This card made me LOL. I love it! The plaid is great and is perfect for that lady's dress. Great job. Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

Donna said...

Love the plaid dress, I would totally wear that!
And tea cup brads???? LOVE IT
I betchya you got those on one of our group shopping excursions!

Bibi, Rubber Dance Stamps said...

She's a hoot in her danriver dress, matching the plaid paper like that looks FAB! Thank you for using our sarcastic stamps. Perfectly outrageous!! XX

Dotty Jo x said...

How fabulous is this!!??!! I LOVE it, Jo x

JoAnn said...

So cute with that sentiment and image. Love her plaid dress. Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday.

Craftnut said...

Thanks for entering our challenge at allsorts this week Tracy x

Tracy said...

This is such a fun card!!!
I love that her busy dress matches the background papers :)
Isn't it a great feeling using older product :)

HolyLise said...

This is the exact thought I have... every day :D. Awesome card!!! Lol