Love What you Do

I worked on the As You See It speed challenge. It took a total of 7 minutes and 25 seconds. The cardbase was laying there scored, so I used it.

The stamp set used is SU Love What You Do. I used Lawn Fawn Blue Jay ink for the flower and greeting, Forget-me-Not for the background wash. Since this set had a stamp that was basically a wash of color, it made this challenge a lot easier. I tried using an ornament set with a punch. Stamping the ornament and punching it out took eight minutes, then there was a greeting, so I was out of time on that one. I will most likely finish it at a slower pace.

17 thoughts on “Love What you Do

  1. Lovely card. It’s always nice to have a design that you can put together quickly when you need a card at the last minute.

  2. I really like this card. You did a nice job on the wash background. Timed cards are not easy so this design works really well when you are doing one.

  3. This is a lovely CAS card. You were clever in your thinking about the speed challenge: with the background wash and pretty floral plus a sentiment, Love What You Do was the perfect choice for a quick card. The other thing to do is to have all your equipment laid out. For example, if you need a die cut machine to emboss, have the right plates out on the table. Thank you for playing along with us at As You See It.

  4. Lisa, this is exactly the kind of card to do for a speed stamping challenge. It’s lovely, simple but elegant work! Great choice of images and backgrounds! Thanks for taking a chance and raising your adrenaline levels with our Speed Stamping Challenge at As You See It Challenges this week!

  5. This stamp is indeed perfect for a speed challenge Lisa – simple layering at its best and such a pretty end result! Thanks for taking on our speed challenge over at As You See It this week!

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