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It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a theme challenge to use make a beach card.

#306 8.25.23

I started by stamping some palm trees and then die cutting them in a stitched triangle shape.    I stamped a little bit of sand and used some chalks to create a little sun and blue sky. aysi 306 1

I stamped the jeep and then fussy cut.  I was feeling the vibe of someone who drives their jeep to the beach so they can surf.  I grew up landlocked so I have no idea what that actually feels like.  Lol.   I adhered everything to the card base and added the sentiment and was done! aysi 306 2

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Supplies:  CS: PTI white.  Stamps:  PTI spring fence line.  Heidi Swapp.  Inks:  SU! Sahara sand, crumbcake, pear pizzazz, crushed curry and Tahitian tide.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SU! stitched triangles.


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Heather Heroldt

So super cute, Jane! Love that cheery jeep - I think you gave that "headed to surf" vibe perfectly! So fun!

Jan Clothier

Jane, this is an absolute corker! All the more fabulous for you having never grown up with the beach and its relaxing vibes. What I think is the absolute wow is the use of the stitched triangle for the trees - it really elevates the design. Love it!

Deborah Wheeler

Loving the dimension from the triangle die cut, Jane, and that little jeep looks perfectly poised for some beach driving!

Barbara Finnical

Jane, this is such a cool card. You're so creative! You perfectly captured the essence of the surfer at the beach. I love how you used the triangle to stamp the trees, then did the sentiment at an angle. Love this! :)

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