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Retro Rubber Challenge 82...

Welcome to our new challenge at Retro Rubber!  For the first time ever, we are doing a tic tac toe challenge where you use three elements either across, down or diagonally.


I opted for green, die cut and twine.  All lovely elements.  I was going to make a St. Patrick’s Day card but I don’t have a clover leaf die.  Also, it’s hard to feel too happy about clover leafs (or anything springy – lol) when we still have 3-4 feet of snow on the ground. rrcb 82 1 (567x640)

So I switched it up and made a birthday card.  I started with several leaf die cuts that I stacked together.  They have a bit of coppery/gold on the edges as this is a die that I ruined with some paint and the remaining paint clings to my cardstock.  It did add a bit of shimmer. rrcb 82 2 (610x640)

I added the twine and adhered to the card front that I ran thru the linen impression plate.  I added the sentiment (from my 2016 Clearly Besotted Message Me stamp set) and layered the card front on the card base.

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Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! garden green and white.  Stamps:  CB Message Me (2016).  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate and leaf silhouettes.  Other:  SU! linen thread.


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Maria A Rodriguez

Pure, 100% CAS beautiful!!! What a fabulous leaf die!!


WOW!! This is simply STUNNING!!! LOVE!!

Jan Clothier

Queen of Clean again here Jane! The paint accident has worked in your favour and the hint of copper looks great, so I think you should say you improved your die - not ruined it!

Debbie M

Can you get more CAS, Jane?! I really don't think so but this card doesn't need another thing. I might start painting my thinlits and will give you the credit! :D

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