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Scary Times For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge for As You See It and it’s a scary one!  The challenge is to make a scary card.  Now, I really don’t have a lot of scary stamps so I decided to make a sort of scary card.

#161 10.20.17

I don’t know about you, but if we run out of coffee at my house, it gets pretty scary.  Thus my scary card! aysi 161 1 (552x640)

I started by diecutting some patterned paper and then adhered to the card base.  I then die cut and stamped the coffee cup and popped up on the patterned paper. aysi 161 2 (640x471)

That’s it for today.  Good news – I am hoping to get back to posting on a regular schedule starting in November.  My craft cave has been getting cobwebs for lack of use and I am itching to get back in there.  

Play along with our challenge and link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, vanilla, smokey slate, basic black and frightful sight dsp.  Stamps:  SU! Merry Café.  Dies:  SSS postage stamp edge.  SU! coffee cups framelits.  PTI linen impression plate.


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teresa kline

super fun card jane! hope you have a fabulous weekend!

Jan Clothier

As far as I'm concerned, a coffee shortage is definitely an emergency - so therefore, scary! Love that patterned paper with the spiders on it - they're another scary issue for me!

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