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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a recipe challenge to use a die cut, subtle colors, embossing folder, something shiny and something that starts with a b.

#275 5.20.2022

I started by water coloring some paper with a light yellow and turquoise.  I ran the paper thru an embossing folder and crimped edge die cut. aysi 275 1

I stamped two bottles in coordinating colors and die cut them.  Finally, I stamped the sentiment and layered everything up with some bling for my shiny bit. aysi 275 2

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Supplies:  CS:  watercolor paper.  SU! crumbcake.  PTI white.  Stamps:  PTI little lift me ups.  The Greetery bottled up.  Dies:  SU! tasteful texture ef.  PTI linen plate.  The Greetery bottled up and crimped rectangles.  Inks:  Tim Holtz distressed inks – mustard seed, scattered straw, squeezed lemonade, tumbled glass, broken china and mermaid lagoon.  Other:  SU! rhinestones.


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Heather Heroldt

I so love this, Jane! These bottles are so fun, and that greeting is awesome! Where is it from?? I checked out all the stamp you have listed and don't see it! Love these colors together!


Love the sentiment Jane - perfect fit with your colourful bottles too. Love the softness of the watercoloured background too. Great job!

Carol L

These colorful bottles look so pretty with the little "bubbles" and subtle shading. Love that sentiment too!

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