Retro Rubber Challenge 224...
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A Plaid Recipe For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  We have a recipe challenge to use an embossing folder, plaid, ribbon/twine, die cut and rhinestones/gems.

#317 2.16.24

I started by stamping the thermos image from SU! warmest heart and then die cutting.  I ran my card base through my linen impression plate and then a piece of the Tahitian tide through the absolutely argyle embossing folder. aysi 317 1

I die cut a piece of white cardstock, ran thru the linen plate, added the plaid dsp before adding the ribbon, thermos, sentiment and pearl.  I layered everything together and was done! aysi 317 2

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Supplies:  CS: SU! white, Tahitian tide and in color dsp.  Stamps:  SU! warmest heart.  Dies:  SU! warmest heart and absolutely argyle embossing folder.  MFT pierced rectangles and blueprint 13.  PTI linen plate.  Inks:  SU! Tahitian tide.  Other:  SU! Tahitian tide pearl and Tahitian tide ribbon.


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Heather Heroldt

Lol, LOVE this, Jane! I adore this set, and your card is the perfect showcase for it! And so buttoned up - brilliant!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl

This is a plaid-filled delight Jane - the monochromatic colour scheme gives the whole design a lovely cohesiveness! I love that your card still has a clean, modern feel to it - I was looking forward to seeing how you would retain your style with this recipe and it's fair to say - you nailed it!

Heather Cooper

This is awesome, from the monochromatic palette to the cool paper piecing on the thermos! You really nailed the challenge as well!

Jan Clothier

I like your bright monochromatic colour scheme as well as the various ingenious way's you've incorporated the plaid design. Great job, Jane.

Deborah Wheeler

That's brilliant Jane - the whole design works so well in the shades of blue!

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