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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a color challenge to use petal pink, polished pink, orchid oasis and starry sky.

#279 7.15.22

Using the required colors, I did a little blending of the colors using my linen stencil.  I then die cut the paper to create the background for my flower silhouette. aysi 279 1

I used my SU! harvest dies to die cut the flower from starry sky paper and then adhered to the blended paper.  I layered on white card stock and then popped up a sentiment as the final touch.  I loved how this turned out. aysi 279 2

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Supplies:  CS: PTI white.  SU! starry sky.  Stamps:  Neat & Tangled Scandinavian prints.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  Tim Holtz linen stencil.  SU! harvest dies.  MFT mini scalloped stitched rectangles.  Inks:  SU! petal pink, polished pink, orchid oasis and starry sky.


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Heather Heroldt

That background is so glorious, Jane - love how it cam out with this stencil! I have to do more of that. I'm a huge fan of this stem, too - so elegant!

Jan Clothier

What a superb background! The bands of colour, broken by that crisp, white lattice is sensational.


Jane that stencilled background is awesome and totally mesmerising - it makes for a fabulous card! The single silhouette stem adds the perfect focal point too. I love it!

Heather Cooper

I was so drawn to your background, Jane! It's amazing and really draws your eyes to the flower focal point! Brilliant concept!

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