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Mellow Yellow For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  We have a recipe challenge to use a circle, thank you sentiment, pattern paper, enamel dots, a die cut and shades of yellow.

#305 8.11.23

A tall order!  I started by stamping some different pattern leaves in shades of yellow.  It’s hard to see the difference but I used crushed curry, daffodil delight and bumblebee.  I added the sentiment and then die cut. aysi 305 1

I die cut a couple more circles out of daffodil delight and crushed curry pattern paper.  I layered everything and added the dots.  All ingredients accounted for! aysi 305 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, brights and regals dsp.  Stamps:  PTI mighty oak and it’s the thought.  Inks:  SU! crushed curry, daffodil delight and bumblebee.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SU! stitched circles dies.  Other:  SU! enamel dots.


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Heather Heroldt

I love this so much, Jane - your stamped leaves especially look so awesome! Such a fun retro look/feel - and very elegant!

Jan Clothier

I love the clean look of this card - your absolute speciality - but the thing I think is genius is that DIY DSP. The leaves are so gorgeous and make a great focal point.

Deborah Wheeler

Love that leafy circle Jane, and the patterned papers are a perfect background on this CAS beauty!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

That leafy circle looks just like DSP - so clever Jane! This is so simple yet each element is perfectly coordinated - you are the queen of clean for sure!

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