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Seashells For The AYSI Seashore...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a speed challenge to use seashells on a card.

#301 6.16.23

I dug around in my stash to find some seashell stamps and was pretty happy I had some!  Lol!  I dug out my paper, inks, dies and stamps so that I was ready to go when I started the clock. aysi 301 1

I stamped, colored and die cut the small seashells, die cut two sand dollars out of two different card stocks and then stamped a sentiment.  I was in full panic mode because all of that took the vast majority of the clock. aysi 301 2

 I adhered the sand dollar and then quickly added three small seashells next to it.  I was just trying to position the yellow seashell when the clock ran out so it looks a little random but that’s how it goes.  I used all 10 minutes.

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Supplies:  CS: SU! very vanilla, white and Sahara sand.  Stamps:  SU! by the tide.  Lawn Fawn life is good.  Dies:  PTI linen.  LF life is good.  Reverse Confetti sand dollar.  Inks:  SU! blends:  crumbcake, pineapple punch, Tahitian tide and bubble bath.


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Heather Heroldt

Lol, I think this is great, Jane! I'm so impressed you got this pretty coloring done in time, and I love that inlaid sand dollar - gorgeous! Those perfect tiny details are the worst time hogs, lol, great job!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

For a clean and simple card, there's lots of detail here Jane, with diecutting, stamping and colouring too. Those brightly coloured shells and the perfect pop of colour - a fab card!

Deborah Wheeler

Love this Jane - we all know that CAS style simplicity doesn't necessarily mean quick! Great job with the colouring too xx

Jan Clothier

Lovely and clean looking! CAS doesn't equal fast, so not surprised you used the full ten minutes.

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