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Retro Rubber Challenge #52 part two...

Blue And Gold Joy...

Happy Monday! Today’s card was made for the Freshly Made Sketches challenge.

I opted to use nontraditional colors for a Christmas card. So I started with a bit of SU! dapper denim and delightful Dijon to die cut a circle and the word joy.

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I used a card base of soft stone as well as a card front of soft stone. This is a beautiful light grey that does not photograph well enough to show the true color (or it could just be the photographer! LOL!).

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I die cut a mini scalloped stitched rectangle and then added the circle, joy and the rest of the sentiment.

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

Supplies: CS: PTI soft stone. SU! dapper denim and delightful Dijon. Stamps: RC winter word coordinates. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. RC winter words. SSS circle loops. MFT mini scalloped stitched rectangles.


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Amy O'Neill

I love how you have kept so true to the sketch, but used it in such a creative way! This is clean and fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!


This is fabulous! The pops of color and all that white space work beautifully together and the added interest from the scalloped panel adds wonderful dimension. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Jen Timko

Love your take on the sketch. The layering of your swirl is fabulous! Glad to see you this week at FMS!

LeAnne Pugliese

This is wonderful! And congrats on your FMS win, it's well-deserved!

Debbie Mageed

Jane, you have done it once again - you have me searching where to buy all of the wonderful tools you have in this beautiful CAS card! Love it! Congrats for your FMS win!

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