May House Of Cards...
Retro Rubber Challenge #86...

Going Grey For AYSI...

We have a new challenge at As You See It!  And it’s a fun one!  The challenge is to use shades of grey and complete your card in ten minutes.  As I have several weddings coming up this summer, I used this challenge to get one of the cards done!

#175 5.4.18

I stamped the bridal gown image and then die cut with a mini stitched scallop square.  I cut the soft stone piece down and ran the base of smokey slate, the card front and the mini square thru the linen impression plate. aysi 175 1 (575x640)

I stamped the sentiment and backed with some smokey slate cardstock die cut using my washi tape dies.  I adhered everything together and was placing the final dot when the bell rang!  It startled me so much I just about ripped the dot back off the cardstock!  LOL! aysi 175 2 (640x505)

Anyway, I made it on the dot and you can too!  Link up your card HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white and soft stone.  SU! smokey slate.  Inks:  SU! smokey slate.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT mini stitched scallop squares and washi tape.  Stamps:  SU! blissful bride.  Other:  SU! dots.


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Heather Cooper

This might just be one of my favourites, Jane! It's simple, but so elegant. Perfect for a wedding, and no one would know that it only took you 10 minutes to construct! Love it!

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