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Welcome to the second week of the current Retro Rubber challenge!  This challenge is a color inspiration so today’s card is going to concentrate on all of the blues.  I recently purchased this gorgeous chevron ombre paper and just had to use it! 

I decided to mimic the ombre feel in the stamping, so I used my feather and inked it up with some SU! marina mist.  I started at the bottom and stamped the feather like it had just landed.  Then I stamped up the page two more times, twisting the feather to give the illusion that it had been falling. 10 (512x640)

Then I stamped the sentiment in sahara sand and die cut the image using my MFT zig zag dies.  I added some pearls and candy dots and popped the card front up on the ombre paper which I adhered directly to the sahara sand. 11 (640x431)

These two colors are gorgeous together and I quite like how the whole thing turned out!  Now it is time for you – be sure to play along and link up your card HERE!

I am also entering this card in the Addicted to CAS challenge.

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

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Lil Inker ombre chevron.  SU! sahara sand.  Inks:  SU! marina mist and sahara sand.  Stamps:  SU! lovely amazing you.  Other:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT zig zag rectangles.  Pearls.  SU! candy dots.


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Love your ombre look here and the delicate blue shades you've used for the chevrons.
Great combination with the feathers too. Thanks so much for playing along.

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