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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It is a fill in the blank challenge to name a favorite technique.  I have many favorites but went with coloring for this challenge.  Just like a lot of people, I find coloring very soothing!

#268 2.11.2022

I started with my happy hedgehogs stamps from SU!  I love me some hedgies!  I stamped up the scene and then used my alcohol markers to color away. aysi 268 1

I fussy cut the butterfly and popped up on the card after die cutting the images and backing with some daffodil delight pattern paper.  I stamped the sentiment and popped it up as well.  Finally, I added some dots and was done. aysi 268 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, crumbcake and brights dsp.  Stamps:  SU! happy hedgehogs.  Dies:  PTI linen.  MFT stitched mini scallop squares.  SU! stitched rectangles.  Inks:  SU! blends – daffodil delight, pumpkin pie, real red, crumbcake, old olive, mossy meadow, flirty flamingo, 600, 700, and 800.  Other:  SU! dots.


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Heather Heroldt

First off, yay for hedgies! So happy to see this set in use! I love to color, too, and this set is perfect for it! Your beautiful style really makes these images pop - what a sweet scene!

Jan Clothier

Such lovely colouring, Jane. And the paper is a subtle way of highlighting the colours.

Heather Cooper

Colouring is really a centering activity, putting you squarely 'in the moment'! I does the same thing as fussy cutting for me! You do a fabulous job of it though! Your card has the delightful appearance of a children's fairy tale picture book illustration!

Joanne James

I love to colour too Jane - so relaxing! You little hedgehog is super cute and his sweet butterfly friend make the perfect pairing. Love the layout too!

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