Retro Rubber Challenge 119...

Fill In The AYSI Blank...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It and it is a fill in the blank.  (that I got to create!)  My go to die or punch that I use most often is the linen impression plate.  But I think you all could have guessed that!  I love it because it adds a smidge of texture and makes the card feel a little more upscale.

#209 9.13.19

I did a one layer card so I could show off the linen plate.  I added snowflakes and circles in soft colors and then ran the card thru the linen plate.  Even though it is hard to see!

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I stamped the sentiment, die cut it, and popped it up on the card.

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It's always a bit difficult to see the texture from the linen plate so here is a picture of what it looks like.

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Link up HERE to play along!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Inks:  SU! pink pirouette, pool party, sweet sugarplum, wisteria wonder, pear pizzazz and so saffron.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT washi tape.  Stamps:  CB sunburst.  SSS lots of snowflakes and inside holiday greetings.

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Joanne James

I love the effect of the soft texture that your linen plate adds Jane - I must confess whilst my linen embossing folder isn't my most used tool, it's definitely my most used embossing folder! Such a great way to add extra interest to your one layer colourful snowflake card. Thrilled to be joining you at AYSI too!

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