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Retro Rubber Challenge #55 part two...

It’s the second week of the Retro Rubber Challenge! It’s all about hearts! (on a card!)


I started by using a dotted chevron die and cut three lines. I backed the white card front with cherry cobbler. 1 (554x640)

I stamped the sentiment and then added a few small hearts and rhinestones. 2 (640x336)

I am also entering this card in the Paper Players challenge.

Be sure to play along with the Retro Rubber Challenge and link up HERE!

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

Supplies: CS: SU! white, cherry cobbler and crumbcake. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT blueprints 20. Stamps: PTI kis valentine. Other: Rhinestones.


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Claire Grantham

My goodness, you are just SO CAS Jane, I can't bear it. I need a lesson. those dotty zig zags are perfection. Clairex

Super Stamp Girl

Oh, what a neat idea, Jane! This is such a simple and unique card perfect for our Valentine's theme! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players! Crystal, DT


A fabulous CAS Valentine, Jane! I love the chevron die cuts. Thanks for sharing with us at The Paper Players!


Ack....every time I see one of your cards, I want to go buy something that you've used! Those dots are to-die-for!!! Very sweet cas creation! Thanks for sharing this at the Paper Players this week!

Valentyna Komisarenko

A fabulous CAS Valentine's card, Jane. Chevron die is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your card with The Paper Players!

Jane, this is a perfect CAS Valentine! Love the chevrons and the hearts! So happy you joined my challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX

D idlet

Jane, I love how you put the chevron on your card and backed it with the red! I love the CAS look of your card. Beautiful all around!

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