Cheers...for the wino...
Retro Rubber Challenge #6...

Purple roses...

I managed to get quite a few things accomplished in the craft cave this weekend.  Too bad it was mostly reorganizing and not enough card making!!  I was on a cleaning jag and my niece is about to inherit a bunch of paper.  She will be happy about that!

I don’t do a lot of stamping with flowers as a general rule.  But that may have changed – I purchased the Altenew Vintage Roses stamp set and it is as easy as 1 2 3 when stamping the roses.  As easy as the SU! lotus blossom stamp set.  I think I finally got the hang of the two and three step stamping! 1 (640x531)I used wisteria wonder to make these roses.  I stamped off the first layer one time to create the lightest color.  Then it was full strength ink for the second and third layers.  After I finished up with the roses and leaves, I wasn’t sure where the sentiment should be placed.  I remembered these really cool banner dies from SSS that would be a great way to showcase the sentiment.  I stuck with a pretty simple color scheme – all white so that the flowers and sentiment could shine. 2 (640x389)All in all, a really lovely card for a lovely occasion!  I am playing along today with The Friday Mashup (florals) and The Card Concept (anniversaries) - clean and simple card.  (sorry for the photos – winter in Montana makes good lighting near impossible at the best of times!)

Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to stop in tomorrow!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Inks:  SU! wisteria wonder and wild wasabi.  Memento black.  Stamps:  Altenew vintage roses.  Die:  Simon Says Stamp sketchy banners.


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Nancy Penir

Beautifully stamped roses, love them in Wisteria!

Sara Hoogendoorn

Wow, what a soft and beautiful anniversary card, Jane! Love the little roses. Thanks for playing with us at the Friday Mashup.


Your Vintage Roses are STUNNING! I have found that I need more practise using that set:)
Thanks for joining us at The Card Concept!

Amy Kunkle

Very pretty, clean and simple, and yes a lovely card! Thanks for sharing with us at the Friday Mashup!

Cindy Brumbaugh

How pretty and delicate, Jane! Love the soft, CAS style! Thanks for joining the Friday Mashup this week:)

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