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Retro Rubber Challenge #12 part two...

Today starts the second week of the current Retro Rubber challenge.  Hey Brad!  Dig out your brads and make a card (using stamps older than one year) and link up to our challenge!

This card was solely inspired by the fantastic fish brads.  Love them!  I believe I received them as a birthday gift.  Plus I am a huge fan of Finding Nemo.  I just can’t help myself! 3 (602x640)

So I used these wavy dies from Reverse Confetti (RC) to make the ocean waves.  Then I stamped the sentiment from some alphabet stamps from my stash.  I punched some holes and added my brads.  I wanted to make sure that I had one lone swimmer who was trying to catch up.  Just keep swimming! 4 (640x360)

I hope you enjoy the whimsy of this card!  Be sure to break out your own brads, whip up a card, and link it up HERE to the challenge!  You have until Friday to enter!

Thank you for stopping in today!

Supplies:  CS:  Papertrey ink white.  SU! coastal cabana, Bermuda bay and pool party (notice the ocean theme in the colors!).  Other:  brads and memento black ink.  Reverse Confetti doin’ the wave dies.  Alpha stamp set.


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Christine Traversa

Ok this is waaaaay too cute! <3

Neva Cole

So very whimsical and CAS! This is a great card to cheer someone up!

Claire G (HamnMule Designs)

Love this Jane, great way to use the fish brads..I think I might have some of those somewhere...The wavy die is pretty special..I feel a spendy, spendy coming on! Cx

Katy McGloin

Love this card, Jane! It makes me happy! Yes, Finding Nemo is one of my most favorite animation movies... loved Dorrie (sp?)! Great card!!

Debbie Mageed

LOVE this card! How in the world do you manage to get fish brads for your birthday? Someone knows you really well! Finding Nemo is the only animated movie that I am able to quote! LOL


Jane, this is toooooo cute! So creative with one little fishy brad trying to catch up. Love this!!!

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