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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  We have a recipe challenge to use a frame, flowers, die cut, bow and shades of blue.

#299 5.19.23

I started by using my markers to ink the corn flower image.  I used three shades of blue and two green.  It made a lovely water colored image.  I framed the image in seaside spray with a sweet little balmy blue die cut bow. aysi 299 1

I added a small sentiment and layered the card front on two more shades of blue and was done. aysi 299 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, seaside spray, balmy blue and misty moonlight.  Stamps:  Rubbernecker corn flowers.  CB message me.  Inks:  SU! markers – balmy blue, seaside spray, misty moonlight, lemon lime twist and mossy meadow.  Dies:  PTI linen.  MFT stitched rectangle frames.  The Greetery fit to be tied.


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Heather Heroldt

Gosh, Jane, this delicate beauty just takes my breath away! Such an amazing look on the colors, and with one of my favorite blues, too, lol. I was so hoping to get Seaside Spray back, but at least I got to enjoy your glorious card!

Heather Cooper

Jane, we have cornflowers growing wild around here and you certainly did them justice with your two tone stamping! I also love that frame and the little die cut bow that just fits around the frame! So cute! This is a gorgeous sample!

LeAnne Pugliese

I just love this. It reminds me of the cornflowers my grandmother grew in her garden. But my favorite part is that little bow! Sweet!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

This is hands-down my favourite card this time around Jane! Those beautiful cornflowers are so soft and pretty but the diecut bow detail on the frame is my absolute favourite - so creative! Just gorgeous!!

Jan Clothier

Jane, queen of clean again! This is just so very lovely! That image does look watercoloured and then framed like that , it's just stunning. I like the sweet way you twirled the twine around the frame too - it's a nice touch.

Deborah Wheeler

Oh, that's so pretty Jane - gorgeous soft shades on your flowers and the die cut bow is the perfect touch!

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