Retro Rubber Challenge #12 part two...
A watercolor two ways...

You're pearfect...

It’s Wednesday!  Yay, we are quickly advancing on Friday!  Today is a short and sweet card.  Easy to make and recreate.  In fact, I made these for my stamp club.

I started off with the punny produce pears stamp set from WPLUS9.  They have great stamps and I am slowly adding to my stash from this company.

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I stamped the image in memento black and then added the sentiment.  I ran the card front thru my cuttlebug using the Papertrey Ink linen impression plate.  I chalked up the image using my old, old, old chalks that I bought from Stampin’ Up! years ago.

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I added a few pearls and layered up on a piece of SU! certainly celery cardstock.  This is a color I really miss and wish SU! would bring it back.

That’s it for today.  Hey, did you forget that if you have some brads and make a card, you can link it up HERE to the Retro Rubber Hey! Brad! Challenge?  Well, now you know!

Thanks for stopping in today!  Be sure to pop by tomorrow.  I have another watercolor project and on Friday, I have my last guest designer post for The Friday Mashup.

Happy Wednesday!

Supplies:  CS: Papertrey Ink white.  SU! certainly celery.  Stamps:  WPLUS9 punny produce pears.  Other:  memento black, ink, pearls, and Papertrey Ink linen impression plate.

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D'Ann

Hi Jane, Love your card! Your pear is, well to steal your words... is pear-fectly colored! btw, I purchased the beige embossing pads and have yet to play. But, once I master it's use, I'm getting this impression plate! :)

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