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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a color challenge to use poppy parade, Tahitian tide, gray granite and crumbcake.

#303 7.14.23

I started by digging out one of my favorite stamp sets – Stampin’ Up!’s Bella & Friends.  I love the images so much!  So I got to working stamping my image and coloring using my alcohol markers. aysi 303 1

I die cut a piece of gray granite to create a frame for this sweet image and then popped it up on a gray granite base.  I got all of my required colors in and am super happy with this sweet card.  A few rhinestones for bling and I was done! aysi 303 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white and gray granite.  Stamps:  SU! Bella & Friends.  Inks:  SU! poppy parade, Tahitian tide, crumbcake and lemon lolly.  Dies:  SU! deckled edges.  Other:  Rhinestones.


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Heather Heroldt

Jane, this is the cutest ever, and a brilliant take on the colors! This set didn't even occur to me and it's like it was made for this challenge, lol. Stunning coloring, too - so much depth!

Heather Cooper

Aww, Jane! I just went all soft and gooey inside when I saw this! It's the cutest stamp set and I wish I had ordered it when it was available! You used it here in the challenge to it's full advantage! Your colouring is impeccable and that sentiment is perfect! I had to read over the post again to be able to tell if the Gray Granite was a frame or not, but seeing that it is, it adds another layer of awesomeness!

Deborah Wheeler

Oh thats' just so cute Jane - I love that sweet little puppy! Such a great way to use the colours!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

This is one of my all-time favourite sets too so I was thrilled that you chose to use it this week Jane - and so perfect for these colours too. That puppy is just too cute! A beautiful CAS card.

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