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It’s a new year and a new challenge at As You See It!  Not only did the year start over, but we refreshed our website with a cool new banner and challenge images!  The challenge today is a speed challenge (i.e. 10 minutes) to use your scraps.

#241 1.8.2021

Well, I have lots of scraps and they are organized with my cardstock so I just had to decide on colors and what kind of card I was going to make.  I opted for a thank you card that is going to my lovely aunt.  She recently wrote a memoir and gifted a copy to me.  I was happy I made the short list of her favorites and even happier to read the book!  I learned so much about her life!  She is a vibrant lovely person whom I adore!  Love you Aunt MaryAnn!

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I stamped my sentiment and then added some scraps of blue around it.  I die cut the sentiment and then layered on some stripey pops of color.  Easy peasy!  I hope auntie loves my card as much as I love her book!

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Time left:  surprisingly 2 seconds.  Honestly, it seemed like it took less time than that!

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Happy New Year everyone!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white and kraft.  SU! magenta madness, granny apple green, pineapple punch and misty moonlight.  Dies:  PTI linen.  SU! stitched rectangles.  Stamps:  The Greetery opposites attract.

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Joanne James

Love the way you framed your sentiment Jane and your card is a great example of how those cardstock offcuts can be used for a pop of colour against a neutral background. I'm sure your aunt will love it!

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