Retro Rubber Challenge #48...

Retro Shapes...

It’s Monday and time to play along with the Freshly Made Sketches challenge! I am also adding in the Card Concept (clean and simple) because of the fun colors that they have for their challenge!

I started by using a retro shape and stamping it in a line using the required challenge colors. I added the sentiment and then die cut the rectangle. fms cc 1 (640x516)

I added a bit of twine and popped the rectangle up on a kraft card base. Easy peasy! I so love these colors and pretty much anything that is retro! fms cc 2 (640x336)

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to stop in tomorrow as it’s time for a new Retro Rubber Challenge!

Supplies: CS: PTI white and kraft. Inks: Distress inks – twisted citron, mustard seed, picked raspberry, and spiced marmalade. Memento black. Stamps: Stamplorations retro mod shapes. PTI twig wreath. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT zig zag rectangles. Other: SU! island indigo twine.


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This is such a cool and trendy card and great use of the challenge colors! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Julie Gearinger

Wow, what a fabulous Clean and Graphic card! Love the retro feel with the citrus colors- perfect for our challenge this week at The Card Concept! Hugs and thanks for playing along with us!

Lilian Yeh

So cool! Love the bright colors with the kraft!
Thank you for joining us at The Card Concept!
The Leaf Studio

Michele K. Henderson

Very cute CAS card! Love the colors! Thanks for playing along with the Card Concept!

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