Retro Rubber Challenge #36 part two...
Retro Rubber Challenge #37...

Thinking Of You For AYSI...

Welcome to the new As You See It Challenge. Today we have a color challenge for you – very vanilla, soft sky, and soft suede. Although these are Stampin’ Up! colors feel free to use whatever you have.

#133 Apr 22 16

I was a bit lost using these colors. And tried a variety of things before finally stamping this flower image in soft sky. Then I used my chevron dies to cut up the image and put back together on a background of soft sky paper. aysi 133 1 (547x640)

I added the sentiment in soft suede, a few pearls and adhered everything together. aysi 133 2 (640x424)

That’s it! Be sure to play along with us and link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping in today! I will be back on Tuesday with a new Retro Rubber Challenge!

Supplies: CS: SU! very vanilla, soft sky, and soft suede. Stamps: SU! blooming with kindness. Avery Elle simply said hello. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. Reverse Confetti triple chevron. Inks: SU! soft suede. Other: Pearls.


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WOWZA, Jane! This is one of those simple CAS cards that packs a HUGE wallop!! I'm pinning this one as I just love this design - think it would be great in darker shades for a manly card, too!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

LeAnne Pugliese

Very pretty....a cool technique and yet so simple! Beautiful!

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