The As You See It Challenge #228 is a recipe challenge by Amy.

As You See It Challenge #228 – Potpourri

So for my slimline card, my repeat image is the flower stamp from SU’s Touch of Nature, paper scraps are the punched butterflies (not the time to clean up my desk), the layered cardstock for the focal image is GKD’s Bubblegum pink, my bow was made with ribbon from Denami Stamps and my one word sentiment is also a SU sentiment from the Peace, Love & Cupcakes stamp set. That’s 5 ingredients for this recipe card.

The recipe is as follows:

Thanks for looking.

14 thoughts on “Potpourri

  1. Cute card! I have that stamp set with the flower and totally love it. I tried removing the stem from the flower and didn’t do a great job, but it still works. Fun butterflies.

    1. Thanks, Lisa, I’ve been trying to pull out some of those older SU sets and have been removing them from the blocks as I use them.

  2. Great card. That challenge sounded too complicated to me, but you really nailed all the ingredients.

    1. Thanks, Judy, I haven’t had any luck adding my card to their challenge site. Not sure what the issue is or if it will get entered. Their challenges make you think and I have to check off all of the requirements as I plan.

  3. Thanks, Lisa, it was a fun challenge…made me think….unfortunately it’s not loading to their site so it may not make the challenge. Oh Well!

  4. Gorgeous card and you nailed the challenge for sure. Did you email anyone about the loading problem? I had an issue with Global Design and I emailed one of the Dt’s, it was fixed really quickly.

  5. The slimline card is a great way for you to show off those pretty stamps and striking colours. Great way to use the recipe! Love it! Thanks for joining us again at As You See It Challenge.

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