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Retro Rubber Challenge #36 part two...

Welcome to the second week of the Retro Rubber Challenge – it’s raining! I whipped up today’s card using the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch and the colors inspired by the Card Concept challenge.


I die cut this fun rainbow in very nontraditional colors – watermelon wonder, blushing bride and cucumber crush. I heat embossed the sentiment on vellum and then added the rainbow and a couple of clouds.

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I added the blue striped paper which I thought was perfect for water or sky and then layered everything on vanilla linen paper. I really loved the colors in the Card Concept inspiration photo and thought what I put together worked.

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Don’t forget to play along with the Retro Rubber Challenge – just add water! Link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping in today! I will be back on Friday with a new As You See It challenge!

Supplies: CS: PTI vanilla cream linen, spring rain stripes and white. SU! blushing bride, watermelon wonder, cucumber crush and vellum. Stamps: MFT cheerful blessing. Dies: SSS stitched rectangles. Lil Inkers rainbows and clouds. PTI linen impression plate. Other: Black embossing powder.


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Such a cool card. Love that sweet rainbow. So glad you could join us at The Card Concept!


I love this design, totally inspired. What a fab use of the sketch and so perfect for our colours. Using the vellum here as part of the sketch is really creative. Thanks for joining The Card Concept.

Leigh Penner

Super sweet take on the sketch!

Greta H

Beautiful card! I love the non-traditional rainbow colors!

Michele K. Henderson

Very pretty rainbow! I love how it makes me smile! hanks for playing along with us over at The Card Concept!


Congrats for being my winner at ThebCard Concept xx

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