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Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  We have a color inspiration based on the photo in the challenge image.


I loved the checkered cloth so I decided to use that as my background by using a stencil and some red ink.

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I stamped the chair image and then used my colored pencils.  This is from the SU! cherish friendship stamp set.  I have had this set since 2011.  I added the sentiment and ran the card thru the linen impression plate.

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Inks:  SU! real red.  Memento black.  Colored pencils.  Dies/Stencils:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT checkerboard.  Stamps:  SU! cherish friendship (2011) and CB message me (2016).


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Jan Clothier

Oh wow! Who'd have thought that a single chair could create such an emotional punch, paired up like that with the sentiment. Soft in colour and very touching. Fabulous card, Jane.

Katy McGloin

Jane, you have reminded me that I have the chair stamp image also. Your coloring of the chair really pops! Love this card!!

Claire Grantham

Oh I love your subtle background, like it's been sun-bleached. Gorgeous and again super CAS. Cx

D Idlet

Jan, i love your card, I love the settled red gingham in the background....and the chair with the flowers is perfect for the challenge. I don't remember this set, wish I had gotten it. Thanks for the inspiration.

Christine Traversa

Your background looks like cool wallpaper! Super cute chair image, great placement and color! Love it all!❤️

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