May House Of Cards...

Retro Rubber Challenge #61 part two...

Welcome back to the second week of the Retro Rubber Challenge. Just use buttons on your card plus a stamp older than a year!


I started by running some watercolor paper thru my sheet music impression plate and then adding a few colors for a rainbow effect. rrcb 61 3 (563x640)

Then I punched some bitty butterflies in other rainbow colors and adhered them to the watercolor paper to give the full effect of a rainbow. rrcb 61 4 (640x538)

I added the sentiment and attached everything according to the sketch from the Fusion Challenge which also inspired the butterflies and music!

That’s it for today. Link up your RRCB creation HERE!

Supplies: CS: Watercolor paper. SU! real red, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, basic black. Dies: PTI sheet music and linen impression plates. SU! bitty butterflies punch. Stamps: PTI life’s music (2014). Inks: SU! crushed curry, garden green, marina mist, island indigo, and perfect plum. Other: Mini buttons.


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Your background that you created on this is so lovely!! I also adore your teeny, tiny buttons that you used in the middle of the butterflies!! Perfection!!

linda callahan

Sweet card! Love the soft background behind the butterflies! Glad you shared it at Fusion!

D idlet

Jane, love the buttons on the butterflies! Great layout too.

Neva Cole

Such a great background! The butterflies are great with button bodies! You played along well with the challenges!

Lyndal Higgins

Gorgeous combo Jane! so glad you joined in the fun @ FUSION

Michelle W

Beautiful! Love the subtle musical embossing! Thanks for joining us at Fusion!

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