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Retro Rubber Challenge #70...

Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  This one has a back to school theme and let me tell you – it was a challenge for me!  I have very few school themed stamps!


I did find a school image in my SU! Greeting Card Kids stamp set (circa 2011 or before).  I stamped the image on some schoolish paper and then colored with pencils. rrcb 70 1 (585x640)

I added a sentiment from Paptertrey Ink (circa 2015) and then die cut the image using my SU! stitched and scalloped squares. rrcb 70 2 (640x520)

I added some hemp and candy dots and was done.

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! very vanilla and garden green.  Stamps:  SU! greeting card kids.  PTI petite places school.  Dies:  SU! stitched and scalloped squares.  PTI linen impression plate.  Other:  colored pencils.  Hemp.  SU! candy dots.


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Neva Cole

What a sweet card, the images remind me of the children's books from the 50's! As usual you add all the great little details that finish the card!

Jan Clothier

'Schoolish' paper made me laugh! Great colouring - they look like the Janet and John characters in my very first school readers. It's a very sweet, very retro card.

Maria Rodriguez

Jane, the images of this sweet little kids also reminded me of my English school books when I was like in 3rd. grade, WOW!! Thank you for the memories.
Great idea to stamp this images onto actual notebook paper, the candy dots and twine are fabulous details.
Beautifully done.

Christine Traversa

I loooove the retro look and feel of this card! The coloring is so perfect as are the images. So fun!❤️

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