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Retro Rubber Challenge 95...

Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  For this challenge you can use the colors, the images, a school theme or a mix of them.

RRCB 95

I went with the school theme when I actually started out planning to use apples.  But I found the fun pattern paper and went with it.

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I backed some pattern paper with solid cardstock and adhered to the white card base.  Then I used the ABC image from the SU! bookcase builder stamp set from 2017 to stamp a background.

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I opted for a repeat pattern with different inks and then added some twine across the top.  Just a fun little fact, the surface that I use in my photos is actually an old school desktop complete with pencil tray and ink well (which you can't see).

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Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, so saffron, riding hood red, and storytime dsp.  Stamps:  SU! bookcase builder (2017).  Inks:  SU! so saffron, pool party, riding hood red, and wild wasabi.  Other:  SU! crushed curry twine.

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Claire Grantham

LOL - best laid plans. So glad you went with the school theme, as your card is super cute and I love the sentiment. Love that fun fact about the school desktop that you take your photos on. Cx

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