Saturday, October 18, 2014

Sisterhood of the Snarky Stampers Challenge #19: H is for Hopeful Halloween! #1

Welcome to the Sisterhood of the Snarky Stampers Challenge #19:  H is for Hopeful Halloween!   Card #1

Edna would like you to make a pink Hopeful card, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, or a pink Halloween card.  

I did both,  so you'll find two posts...make sure to check out the other one too.

This Hope card uses Fun Stampers Journey products.  The stamp set, Be Brave, was made in honor of cousin of the co-founder, Richard Garay.  Fun Stampers Journey is donating $2 for each set sold to Breast Cancer Angels.

FSJ Die: Note Pocket
FSJ Cardstock:  Black Licorice, Pink Bubblegum, Whip Cream
FSJ Ink: Black Licorice, Pink Bubblegum
FSJ Accessories: Silver Silk

A little off topic, but when I hear Pink Ink I think of Dr Seuss!  Do you?

Challenge #19 ends on Friday, October 31st at 11:55 pm EDT...Spook!   
Take out your Pink Ink Yink Drink, create and link-up your project at SoSS.    

You'll have a chance to win the auspicious title of Queen or Princess of Snark!    
You know you want to win it!  If you're our Queen, you can be our Guest Designer!
Don't forget to visit the blogs of the all the talented Snarky Sisters and check out their awesome H is for Hopeful Halloween Creations!!!

Thanks for visiting!


Karen Schroeder  


  1. Love this card Karen! Love the images, the sentiment and of course the PINK!!
    Fab job and look at you going all mojo hard core with two cards for the challenge ROCKSTAR!!!

  2. Hello Sister Karen! You did both cards, amazing!! I love your pink and black together, it's such a wonderful contrasting combo! Wonderful sentiment with the bird and really did such a wonderful cause justice with this stunning make!

    Your co-sister, Pamellia :)

  3. Very nice! I really like how you cut your sentiment out and the contrast of the pink and black.

  4. This is such a gorgeous card, Karen! What a great stamp set!

  5. LOVE! I was laughing at the Dr. Seuss! This layout is fabulous - and such a great sentiment :)

  6. The black and pink are beautiful together. I don't believe that I ever have had a Pink Ink Yink Drink, but I have had a Pink Panty Pull-up!