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Welcome to the new Retro Rubber Challenge! This challenge is a color inspiration challenge with a thankful theme thrown in.


I started with the wheat image from the Stampin’ Up! set Truly Grateful. It’s been out since at least 2013. I stamped it in crushed curry and then added the sentiment from the PTI Autumn Hills set (circa 2012).

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After die cutting the card front using a stitched rectangle, I layered it on two other stitched rectangles. I wanted to make sure I put all the colors in so I added a few strips underneath everything.

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

Thanks for stopping by today! I haven’t had much time to create as of late so my posts may be fairly scarce over the next couple of weeks!

Supplies: CS: SU! white, crumbcake, pumpkin pie, elegant eggplant, always artichoke, crushed curry, and real red. Inks: SU! crushed curry. Memento black. Stamps: SU! truly grateful. PTI autumn hills. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. SSS stitched rectangles.


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Neva Cole

What a great simple way to use the colors of the challenge! Love the layering of the images!

Claire Grantham

Love all the layering and the use of colours Jane. Really clever way to use the challenge theme. Clairex

Maria Rodriguez

Love all the layers on this card using all the colors of the challenge to frame the image beautifully.
Awesome card!!

Katy McGloin

Love the colorful panels of color, Jane. Especially the vertical panels in different heights. Great way to introduce color!

Debbie Mageed

You always inspire me with your CAS cards, Jane. I would have never thought to use the colored cardstock like this but as soon as you do it, I absolutely love it! Fantastic sentiment image as well. Hope you are having a great weekend, my friend!

Greta H

Never would have thought to use all the colorful panels for the background, but wow--what a great card!

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