Retro Rubber Challenge #59...
Feathers For House Of Cards...

Faith Hope Love...

Today I am playing along with the CAS(E) this Sketch challenge and the Fab Friday color challenge.

I stamped four leaves in peekaboo peach, mint macaron, calypso coral and so saffron. Using the stitched ovals from SU!, I die cut an oval and stamped the sentiment.  Then I backed the oval with a scalloped oval out of calypso coral.

Www.seejanestamp.com cts ff 1 (507x640)

I added some pearls and dots and was done.

Www.seejanestamp.com cts ff 2 (640x436)

Thanks for stopping by today! I am off Thursday and Friday but have a post for Saturday.

Supplies: CS:  SU! white and calypso coral.  Stamps:  SU! kinda eclectic.  Rubbernecker faith hope love.  Dies:  SU! stitched ovals and layering ovals.  PTI linen impression plate.  Inks:  SU! mint macaron, peekaboo peach, calypso coral, and so saffron.  Memento black.  Other:  SU! enamel dots and pearls.

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Tara Prince

Beautiful! Love the background!

Heather H

Truly wonderful - and one of my fave leaf images, too - it stamps so pretty. Your little accents are restrained and perfect! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

Nora

This is stunning!! I love the simplicity of the design and the addition of the pearls. Onto Pinterest this goes!!

Leigh Penner

Beautiful! I love your wonderful take on the sketch!

Amanda Mertz

Lovely Lovely Lovely! Such a well done CAS card. I love the sprinkling of the pearls and dots. Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!

Angel

The way the stamps help create a beautiful frame for the sentiment is gorgeous!

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