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Retro Rubber Challenge 97...

We are starting a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  It’s a tic tac toe courtesy of Jan Clothier.  I puzzled a bit on this one and finally went for the bottom row of animals, windows and circles.

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I rolled the window and circles together by die cutting a stitched circle in the card front that I popped up on the card base.

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Before adding the card front, however, I stamped this sweet puppy and colored with my pencils.  It is from the SU! Bella & Friends.  This stamp set came out in 2016 and I purchased it as soon as I saw it that year.

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I added a bit of chalk around the image to ground the little guy and then stamped the sentiment on the card front.  I love the saying and always think of Toy Story when I see it.  And now I am humming the tune.

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Thanks for stopping by today! 

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Stamps:  SU! Bella & Friends (2016).  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  Lil Inkers stitched circles.  Other:  Colored pencils and chalks.

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Maria Rodriguez

Adorable CAS card Jane, that little puppy is the perfect image paired with that sweet sentiment.
I have this set and I don't use it enough, for shame!!!
Thank you for reminding me how beautiful it is.
XO
Maria.

*Vicki*

Oh that pup is so sweet and you've done a wonderful job with the pencil coloring on him too! That sentiment goes perfectly with this and I love your CAS design with the circle window!! :) Thanks so much for inviting me along for your challenge!! HUGS

Jan Clothier

So sweet and cute! I like the window circle - two for one is always good!

Angelnorth

Cute pup, lovely CAS design!

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