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Retro Rubber Challenge #45...

Welcome to a new challenge at Retro Rubber! For this challenge we have a sketch that was created by DT member Claire Grantham. It’s a fun one and based on all of the design team inspiration – you can do a lot with it!


I stuck pretty close to the original. I dug out my retired SU! French foliage stamp set. It’s one of my favorites and I have had it 5 years or more. I stamped random images in wisteria wonder, lucky limeade and lost lagoon before die cutting using my stitched arch dies. rrcb 45 1 (640x553)

I added a piece of pattern paper on my card base and then ran it thru the linen impression plate. I stamped the sentiment (from a set I have had about 3 years) and then punched it out using my SU! washi label punch. I put everything together according to the sketch and added a few enamel dots and rhinestones in place of the star on the sketch. rrcb 45 2 (640x512)

It’s your turn! Be sure to play along with us and link up your card HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today! School starts for us tomorrow so I probably won’t be posting until next week sometime. Too much to do and too little crafty time!

Supplies: CS: PTI white. MFT plaid patterns. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT stitched arch. Stamps: SU! French foliage. W+9 strictly sentiments 2. Inks: SU! lost lagoon, lucky limeade, and wisteria wonder. Memento black. Other: Enamel dots. Rhinestones. SU! candy dots.


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Maria Rodriguez

Hi there Jane: I just love the beautiful hand written stamp you used to create this card, I wish I could write like that, just beautiful. I love that pattern paper and the fabulous matching enamel dots in just the right colors. The paint splatters are awesome.
Big hugs.

Debbie Mageed

Very pretty CAS card, Jane. The colors go so well with the choice of stamps and that wonderful sketch! Love it!

Katy McGloin

I love this stamp set also, Jane! You have showcased it beautifully! It's all the small details (such as texture) that makes a CAS card great... and you nailed it!!

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