Retro Rubber Challenge 222...
Retro Rubber Challenge 223...

Vintage Roses For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a color challenge to use melon mambo, crushed curry, granny apple green and mossy meadow.

#315 1.19.24

I stamped and heat embossed in black before water coloring using the four required colors.  This stamp lends itself to water coloring and I liked that I could soften the boldness of the colors. aysi 315 1

I did some black speckles on the card and die cut with my deckled edges.  Finally, I added some black rhinestones before adhering to the base. aysi 315 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! water color paper and basic black.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SU! deckled edges.  Stamps:  The Greetery sketchbook roses.  MFT friends like us.  Inks:  SU! melon mambo, crushed curry, granny apple green and mossy meadow.  Other:  SU! black rhinestones.


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Heather Heroldt

Just beautiful, Jane - I LOVE the softened look of water painting, and what a great stamp for it! So striking layered over the black!

Jan Clothier

How pretty! Watercolouring really suits this set. I like the way you've made these strong colours so subtle - you've totally tamed them. :-)

Deborah Wheeler

That's so lovely Jane - I really love the soft tones you've used with the watercolouring!

Heather Cooper

Jane, this is one of my favourite cards that you've done lately! The toned down water coloured look is fabulous, especially paired with the embossed black! This is gorgeous!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

This is just beautiful Jane and a great example of how this bold colour palette can be used in a much more subtle way. Those florals are so dreamy!

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