Retro Rubber Challenge #38 part two...
Wild Thing...

A Journey of Friendship...

Today I am playing along with the Fab Friday sketch challenge. I opted to use a color scheme of pink, white and gold.

I started with this delightful stamp that I received for my birthday this past year. I love the sentiment so much! I just can’t believe it has taken me this long to use it! But I digress – I heat embossed it in gold and then die cut using a stitched vertical strip. ff 1 (540x640)

I also die cut the flag out of this beautiful gingham and the stitched circle out of the gold speckled vellum. I punched and layered the pink flowers using the SU! blossom bunch punch. ff 2 (640x505)

I put everything together according to the sketch and was done!

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

Supplies: CS: SU! white, pink pirouette, and winter wonderland vellum. MFT homespun gingham. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. SU! blossom bunch punch. MFT stitched circles, vertical stitched strips and stitched fishtail flags. Other: gold embossing powder. Pearls. Stamp from Stampendous.


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Heather H

Oh, what a great use of the vellum - such a lovely detail! Your gold and pink looks so sweet and pretty together! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

Amanda Mertz

That is a gorgeous sentiment to use with the gold embossing! The vellum over the top and the layered flower all compliment the sentiment so well! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

Mindy Backes

Very soft and sweet! A very inventive use of the sketch too! Thanks for playing at Fab Friday!

Brian King

So sweet, Jane! I love how you've abstractly used this sketch. Brilliant! Thanks for playing along with this FabFriday sketch!

Brenda Myers

Very pretty card!! I love the touches of gold!! Thank you for joining us at Fab Friday!!

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