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Retro Rubber Sketch Challenge #6...

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Well, we are staring the end of January in the eyes – already!  Our weather in Montana has been wacky to say the least.  Our area is supposed to be in the 40’s today and some areas around us may be in the 60’s!  How crazy!  So when you look at the background in my picture today – notice the lawn with no snow, but plenty of fall leaves that didn’t get raked before it snowed!

Today I am playing along with the Fusion Card challenge.  I was actually not going to do any challenges this week but remembered a couple that I wanted to play along with so I am.  Then for the next couple of weeks you won’t see much for challenges as I think all the reorganizing in my craft cave has shaken loose the mojo!

Www.seejanestamp.com 1 (542x640)So this card is a puzzle card – as in – you need to look at the objects to help you get to the phrase.  This is a valentine’s card in nontraditional colors.  But then I was being a bit nontraditional by not stating the phrase itself.

Www.seejanestamp.com 2 (640x454)I cut a circle and ran it through the wood grain embossing folder.  This gives you the first word – WOULD.  Then I cut a heart out of pear pizzazz and popped a U in crushed curry on the heart for the second word – YOU.  An image of a bee gives you the third word – BE.  Finally I finished with the word – MINE.  So there you have it – would you be mine?  Cute?  I kind of think so.

Tomorrow I will be posting my card for the Retro Rubber challenge.  It is a bit of a departure from my normal style.  Speaking of Retro Rubber – do you have old stamps?  Yes?  Then come play along with the Retro Rubber challenge this week – it is a fun sketch challenge.  Click HERE to be taken to the Retro Rubber site.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! sahara sand, early espresso, pear pizzazz, and crushed curry.  Dies:  SU! hearts and Bigz alpha.  PTI chicken wire impression plate.  SSS sketchy banners.  SU! wood grain embossing folder.  Stamps:  SU! nature walk.  RC lighthearted letters.  Rich cocoa ink.

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Katie Brooks

fun use of the bee!!!! So cute! Thank you for joining us at Fusion!

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