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Welcome to the second week of the Retro Rubber Challenge! The challenge is to use twine, ribbon, or lace.


I decided to use a few shades of twine and coordinate some lightly stamped snowflakes both behind the twine and on the stitched circle.

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I added the sentiment and put the card together. There’s plenty of time to play along so link up your card HERE!

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I am entering this card in the Sunday Stamps challenge.

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

Supplies: CS: SU! white and Bermuda bay. Inks: SU! pool party, Bermuda bay and coastal cabana. Memento black. Twine: SU! Bermuda bay, pool party and coastal cabana. Stamps: PTI peace be still and Christmas critters. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT double stitched circles.


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LeAnne Pugliese

This is so pretty, Jane. What a great way to interpret that sketch; love these colors!

Greta H

Beautiful use of the sketch--love the soft color!

Amy Koenders

So pretty! Love the light blue and white color scheme. Perfect for the holidays! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!


Jane, I love how you used the twine! Such a pretty card in the blue and white! So happy you joined us at Sunday Stamps! XX

Monika Reeck

Oh Jane
I love th soft colors on your card
nice idea with the twine to change our sketch
Jane I love this card so soft and so festive
how are you
see you maybe around my blog (ex teamie at HOC)

PS: many thanks to joining with us at Sunday Stamps

Leena Girsa

What a creative use of the sketch...so soft and pretty. Thanks so much for joining us at Sunday Stamps this week!

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