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Retro Rubber Challenge #49 part two...

It’s the second week of the Halloween Retro Rubber Challenge so I am back with another card.


I used my retired SU! Tee Hee Hee stamps again and the color challenge from the Fab Friday Challenge. rrcb 49 3 (550x640)

I stamped a clothesline and stamped the hat three times in old olive, pumpkin pie and perfect plum. I added the clothespins and the sentiment in black. rrcb 49 4 (640x366)

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Supplies: CS: SU! white, old olive, pumpkin pie, and perfect plum. Stamps: LF feathered friends. SU! tee hee hee. Inks: SU! old olive, pumpkin pie, and perfect plum. Memento black.


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Heather H

Eek! I LOVE this! What a cute and spare design, looks lovely in our colors, and the sentiment is hilarious. Great job! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

Brenda Myers

Very cute card!! Love the witches hats and the sentiment is perfect!!!! (I hope I saved that set and didn't sell it) Thank you for joining us at Fab Friday!!

Mindy Backes

This is just so cute! So simple but so cute! I love it, thanks for playing at Fab Friday!

Amanda Mertz

Oh my gosh!! This is so adorable! I love the CAS design the the clothesline is so perfect to showing off smaller images! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

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