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Welcome to a new As You See It Challenge! This week it is all about color! Three colors specifically – Bermuda bay, mossy meadow and real red! (Or use colors similar to these.)

#114 Nov 27 15

I started off by sponging some Bermuda bay on white cardstock and then added the trees (mossy meadow) in first, second, and third generation stamping. aysi 114 1 (549x640)

I added a bit of Bermuda bay to ground the trees and transition to the real red, which I had ran through the on point embossing folder. (Although I am not sure you can see that very well.) I also used that bit of cardstock to stamp my sentiment. aysi 114 2 (640x464)

Now it’s your turn – be sure to play along with this challenge! Link up your cards HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today! I am off for the weekend but will be back on Monday!


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Supplies: CS: SU! white, Bermuda bay, and real red. Inks: SU! mossy meadow, Bermuda bay. Stamps: SU! wonderland and flurry of wishes. Other: SU! on point embossing folder. MFT blueprints 20. Rhinestones.


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