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Welcome to the first As You See It Challenge of 2020!  It’s a recipe challenge to use silver, snowflakes, dry embossing, rhinestones and an inspiring sentiment.

#216 1.3.20

I started by stamping some snowflakes in light gray and then stamping the sentiment over the top in black ink.

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I added a piece of silver cardstock and then ran the card front thru the tin types impression plate.  After that, I die cut using a stitched rectangle and adhered to the black card base.

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Finally I added the rhinestones and was done!  Just a note, these photos may look a little dark – when I lighted them up, the silver was too reflective and made the dry embossing even harder to see.  (The pattern is a stitched diamond and inverted dots at the edges of the diamond.)

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! basic black, white and brushed silver.  Dies:  MFT tin types impression plate.  SU! stitched rectangles.  Stamps:  SSS lots of snowflakes.  Verve smallest things.  Other:  Rhinestones.  Memento London fog and black inks.


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Joanne James

A beautiful CAS card Jane with a lovely sentiment, that I've heard before but never realised was attributed to Winnie the Pooh. The addition of the embossed silver strip balances it perfectly.

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