AYSI Challenge #237

The rains have stopped at least temporarily, the sun is out on a lovely fall day and I needed to put myself into a zen piece of mind. So I finally pulled out my GKD StampTV kit and the Zenflowers set to play along with the As You See It Challenge: Challenge #237 — On the Bias

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Using another background that I created awhile ago (they seem to grow on me after awhile) I stamped and die cut the smallest of the Zenflowers in this stamp set then die cut it. I also used the next largest zenflower die to cut a layering piece. The bias cut layer was embossed with a Darice embossing swirling leaf folder on ivory cardstock, layered on sweet mango cardstock. The sentiment is a SSS script hello die with shadow.

Another fun challenge at the As You See It group. Have a great day everyone. Stay Safe!

10 thoughts on “Zenflowers

  1. Your layered flower is bright, bold and cheerful. I like the embossed white split panel – it’s a great look. Thanks for joining us at As You See It Challenge.

  2. So, so pretty!! That layered flower is so beautiful against the embossed background and I love that sentiment die.

  3. This is a great one Gayle! I really like how you used a background piece for your flower, as it gives it pretty color and depth. Glad you had time to create.

  4. Looks great! The embossed background adds just enough texture and interest without detracting from your beautiful flower and greeting. Perfect card for the challenge.

  5. Love the embossing in the background, Gayle, and that layered sunflower gives such a fall feel to your card! Thanks for joining us at As You See It Challenges!

  6. Great idea to cut your embossed panel on the bias and then add your flower. It is beautiful and I like how you did your sentiment as well. You nailed this challenge for sure.

    1. Thanks so much for your support. I was surprised to find that the shadow paper for the sentiment matched the GKD cardstock.

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