Saturday, December 27, 2014

SoSS Y is for Yuck challenge

I knew I could do this. I have a stack of paper that is in my OMGWDIBT pile (oh my gosh, why did I buy that?).  Since I need more birthday cards, I challenge myself to make something of this particular piece of paper. Here it is -



If it's ugly, glam it up! I don't know who made the bg paper, but the solid burgundy is from Jo-Anns and the foil is from a paper pack from Wal-Mart. The sentiment is a die from My Craft Spot, and the presents are cut with my Cricut Celebrations cartridges.

I'm actually kinda happy with how it turned out-I really didn't expect it! I'm entering this at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers Y is for Yuck Challenge.

9 comments:

Karen Schroeder said...

You turned your "yucky" paper into a fun card! Thanks for joining in the fun with the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

Donna said...

Glamming it up worked wonders! That not so awesome paper is now a fantastic birthday card!! Thanks for joining the snarky sisterhood for the Y is for Yuck challlenge!!

Violent Kittie said...

The little presents turned out cute to go with that paper. I have realized that paper stacks are no longer for me, as they never get used up! Thanks for joining us for the Y is for Yuck challenge at SoSS!

Barbara Godden said...

It just goes to show ya, dress it up and it looks great. Awesome job. Thanks for playing along with us at SoSS for the Y is for Yuck challenge.

Lindsey said...

It really does make for a great birthday card when you treat it this way! Celebratory, even. ;) Not yucky in the end at all! Thanks for joining us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

Chris D. said...

Nope. Not yucky at all with all that glam! Fabulous card! Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!

Chelle (PhotoArt/MaybeCreative) said...

That is an awesome birthday card. Great one to have on hand. Thanks for joining our YUCK challenge at Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers.

Jessi Fogan said...

Now THAT is an excellent acronym! I could assemble quite a pile of that. I love how your card turned out even with the less than stellar starting materials ;) So glad you came to play with the Snarky Sisters!

Lagene said...

The Glam it Up theory really worked! Wonderful card!