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Retro Rubber Challenge #36...

Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge! We have a theme challenge for you and it’s all about water. Just use water themes on your card or do some watercoloring and you are in!


I used my favorite little umbrella die for this challenge and some sunny colors. I die cut the umbrella in crumbcake and some polka dot paper and did a little paper piecing. Then I made a puddle out of marina mist to stage the umbrella and the sentiment.  I have had both the stamps and dies for a couple of years now. rrcb 36 1 (571x640)

I die cut a small stitched cloud out of soft stone and a small stitched sun to peak out behind it. I layered the card front on a piece of crushed curry and then onto the crumbcake base. rrcb 36 2 (640x359)

Be sure to play along with us! Link up your water (logged) cards HERE!!

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

Supplies: CS: PTI white and soft stone. SU! crushed curry and crumbcake. MFT sorbet dots n stripes. Stamps/Dies: Wplus9 pretty patches stamps and die. PTI linen impression plate. Lil Inkers rainbows and clouds and small sunshine.


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Claire Grantham

Again another fantastic CAS creation Jane. I love the cheery yellow and the windswept umbrella. Cx

Katy McGloin

We were on the same wavelength, Jane, with our umbrella and sun.... you with your lovely CAS style and me with my usual layers. Well done, team captain!!

Joyce M.

Love how CAS this card is. Perfect choice of yellow--reminds me of slickers and rain boots. Thanks so much for having me as Guest Designer for this fun challenge.

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