Birds of Three

AYSI Challenge #230 Race in Triplicate

I always enjoy the speed challenges at the As You See It challenge blog and this challenge was not only an under 10 minute timed challenge but an Elements of Three twist in which to repeat the image three times. Reaching into my never seen ink before stamp sets, I found this Hampton Arts Jillibean Soup’s You’re Tweet. I chose this set because of the sentiment. Definitely need “happy” in our world right now. After I collected all of my supplies, I anxiously hit the start on my timer. Using a sizzix branch/tree embossing folder, I dry embossed on some neutral cardstock and stamped my birds from the stamp set onto the branches in Blue Raspberry, Cherry Red and Black Onyx (Blue Bird, Black Bird and Red….well maybe cardinal….Bird. Added a little layering colored card stock and a piece of patterned paper finishing off with some Sakura Clear Star Gelly Roll pen and wink of stella.

Finished under 10 minutes. Actual time 08:34.35. Fun challenge.

10 thoughts on “Birds of Three

  1. Cute! Nice embossed background and love how the birds are positioned on the branches. The strip of patterned paper is a nice addition. And all under 10 minutes!!

  2. Love that sentiment, and your layout! Your time was amazing, Gayle, for something with that many elements! Thanks for pumping up your adrenaline with us at As You See It Challenges!

  3. What a cute trio of birdies Gayle and such a lovely sentiment too! And so much achieved in under 10 minutes – bravo! Thanks for playing along with our 10 minute speed challenge over at As You See It this week!

  4. Lovely layout! You’re right that we all need a bit of happiness right now, so great card. Hitting the start button is an anxious time but you’ve done brilliantly. Thanks for playing along with us this week at As You See it.

  5. You are the queen of speed challenges! This is great and those little birds are super tweet. Love the sentiment too.

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