Floral Blessings...

Retro Rubber Challenge #62...

Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge! Since it’s May, we need to have some May flowers! Use flowers on your card along with at least one stamp older than a year.


I started with these cute poppies from My Favorite Things that came out in 2015.  The outline was stamped first then I added the fill in color using second generation stamping. rrcb 62 1 (564x640)

I stamped the sentiment then ran it thru the linen impression plate and the mini scallop rectangle die. I added the linen thread and pearls/dots before popping up the card front on a crumbcake base. rrcb 62 2 (640x533)

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Supplies: CS: PTI white. SU! crumbcake. Dies: PTI linen impression plate. MFT mini scallop stitched rectangle. Stamps: MFT pretty poppies and delicate pretty poppies. Inks: SU! calypso coral, crushed curry, wisteria wonder, and old olive. Memento black. Other: SU! linen thread, pearls and dots.


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Neva Cole

So pretty! Second generation stamping? Was this a solid stamp to begin with? Love all the simple and clean details!

Maria Rodriguez

Love your second generation stamping on this card, the colors are so soft and pretty. Whether you stamped the solid image first or the outline, the images look perfect.
Beautiful card!

Claire Grantham

I love this Jane, it is so soft and delicate. I love the second generation stamping, clever. Cxx

D idlet

Jane, love your card. I love the soft colors you used and your second generation stamping on the flowers. Thanks for the inspiration.

Jan Clothier

So sweet! Love the scallop border you've used - it adds real pizzazz. And touch of twine is lovely finishing detail.

Christine Traversa

Gorgeous as always! What is the linen impression plate? I might need that! Haha. Lovely card and inspiring elements and design!❤️

Katy McGloin

So very lovely, Jane! The colors, the stitched scallop die along with the embellishments add up to perfection!

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