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Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  We have a theme challenge and it is all about weddings.  Tis the season after all!


I started by stamping the church image (from PTI petite places church stamp set circa 2015) in crumbcake and cajun craze and then added the sentiment.

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I decided at the last minute to add some stenciling as I thought the card needed something else.  And I was rather pleased with the look I achieved.

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Be sure to play along and link up your wedding card HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Stamps:  PTI petite places church.  Inks:  SU! crumbcake, crushed curry, and cajun craze.  Memento black.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT circle burst stencil.


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Maria Rodriguez

Hello Jane: Love this adorable Church image, the stenciling looks fabulous, so glad you decided to add it to your design, it makes this little Church shine. Love the font on the sentiment too.
Sweet card, teammate.

Neva Cole

What a great CAS wedding card. The church image is perfect and adding the stenciling was just the right touch to finish the card!

Tara Prince

very nice!

Jan Clothier

Jane, you are quite the mistress of CAS! The details on the church are superb and the stencilling looks as though there is a halo of happiness around it. Lovely card!

Claire Grantham

Jane, Queen of CAS strikes again LOL. I love the stenciling and I like that you went with Yellow, so bright and cheery, like a wedding! Clairexx

Katy McGloin

Our queen of CAS! This is perfect. The stenciling was great detail without overpowering! Very sweet.

D Idlet

Jan, I love your CAS card! The little church is adorable and adding the stencil and the sentiment was just perfect.

Christine Traversa

You are so clever that stencil just adds the most amazing touch here! Love how you offset your scene on the card! So creative and inspiring!❤️

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