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Retro Rubber Challenge #32 part two...

Welcome to week two of the Retro Rubber Challenge Blog. It’s a winter theme, so just use wintery outdoor stuff and you are good to go! It was hard to feel like making something wintery since we have had above average temperatures here and that puts you in the mood for spring!


I started by stamping and die cutting a pair of skis from the PTI Two Feet Deep stamp set. Then I put together a sentiment from my Lawn Fawn love you smore stamps. And then die cut the oval and added to the card front. rrcb ss 1 (533x640)

Be sure to play along and link up your RRCB creations HERE. rrcb ss 2 (640x347)

I am using the sketch from Sunday Stamps and had a bit of fun turning it into a winter theme!

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

Supplies: CS: PTI white. SU! crumbcake. Stamps: PTI two feet deep. Lawn Fawn love you smore. Inks: SU! crushed curry. Memento rich cocoa. Dies: MFT mini scallop stitched ovals.


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Hello Jane!!

I love your new picture Avatar : ) You're beautiful inside AND out!!

Your cards are awesome, as usual! I see not much has changed in blogland while I've been away.

Have a great day!

Claire Broadwater

Jane, I love your take on our sketch! I always wanted to ski, but don't think I will ever get to! Such a fun card! Thank you for joining us at Sunday Stamps! XX


Such a fun and creative take on the sketch, great job!

Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps!

Leena Girsa

What a fabulous CAS card and such a creative use of the sketch! Love it! Thanks for sharing with us at Sunday Stamps!

Annette Elliott

What a great CAS card using the sketch at Sunday Stamps! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Sunday STamps! :)

Katie Brooks

Fun card, I love your take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps!

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