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Retro Rubber Challenge #41 part two...

It’s the second week of the Retro Rubber Color Challenge to use red, white and blue. So I thought I would combine the color challenge with the sketch challenge at Paper Players.


I die cut this pinking edge square with some nautical pattern paper to get my red, white and blue in. Then I stamped the sentiment and used a pierced oval to die cut and also die cut a real red fishtail.

Www.seejanestamp.com rrcb41 pp 1 (554x640)

I put everything together per the sketch and then decided the sentiment should sit jauntily to the right a bit. LOL! I added a bit of bling and was done.

Www.seejanestamp.com rrcb41 pp 2 (640x434)

Be sure to play along with the Retro Rubber color challenge and link up your creation HERE!

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

Supplies: CS: PTI soft stone and white. SU! real red. Paper from stash. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT pierced ovals, stitched fishtail flags and stitched pinking edge squares. Stamps: PTI phrases and praises. Other: Rhinestones.


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Great way to highlight a Bible verse! Hope you'll visit my blog and check out my pastor cards. (Just click on pastor cards on the sidebar.)


Beautiful card and beautiful verse!Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players this week!

LeAnne Pugliese

What a sweet way to highlight that verse...and incorporate the colors! THanks for playing with the Players this week!


Love that you kept the elements simple so that the focus could be on your sentiment. Wonderful. So glad that you joined us at the Paper Players this week

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