Retro Rubber Challenge #41...

Greetings, Earthling!...

Happy Monday! Today I am playing along with the Freshly Made Sketches challenge. As I was searching for a stamp to use, I ran across this old SU! stamp set and decided to use it.

I stamped the alien in black and then colored in the dots with Bermuda bay and his eye, belly and nails with crushed curry. Then I cut him out using the wonky stitched ovals and popped him up a bit with some foam tape.

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I glued a piece of dsp to the card base and also a thin piece of black to help hide the edge and ground the card. I stamped this sweet lil greeting, flagged the ends and popped up on the base as well.

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Thank you to Narelle at Freshly Made Sketches for picking THIS card as a perfect princess last week! Thank you! I am honored!

Thank you to The Curtain Call for choosing THIS card as a show stopper!  I am thrilled and honored!

That’s it for today! Be sure to pop in tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: SU! white, black, and motley monsters dsp. Inks: Memento black. SU! crushed curry and Bermuda bay. Dies: MFT wonky stitched ovals. PTI linen impression plate. Stamps: SU! greetings earthling.


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Cindy Hall

Oh my gosh, Jane! That is just too cute. What a perfect way to use the sketch! Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

Jan Elmore

Your card made me laugh out loud when I saw it. How dang cute is that?

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