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Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s Anything Goes!


I started by stamping a couple of berry images in two shades of pink and green. rrcb 71 1 (561x640)

Then I added the sentiment from the Reverse Confetti The Lord’s Strength stamp set from 2016.  I die cut and then layered over another diecut circle for a bit of interest. rrcb 71 2 (640x466)

I added a few enamel dots and was done!

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white and raspberry fizz.  SU! crumbcake.  Stamps:  PTI beautiful berries summer (2017).  RC the Lord’s Strength (2016).  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate. SSS stitched rectangles.  MFT mini scallop stitched circles.  Inks:  PTI green parakeet, new leaf, hibiscus burst, and raspberry fizz.  Memento black.  Other:  Enamel dots.


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Claire Grantham

Jane, as ever you are so CAS. I love the simple elegance of your card and the colour combo is awesome. I think the sentiment is very topical right now, given the crazy weather events of the last few weeks. Cx

Neva Cole

Love those berry images, I might have to add them to my stash too! Such a pretty card with all the right CAS details!

Jan Clothier

The berries are beautiful. I've been trying to work out whether you masked them or whether they came like that. Lovely either way. The bright circle tucked in behind really brings out their colour. You are a CAS Queen!

Katy McGloin

Love the sweet berries and leaves. The half scalloped circle and sparkly enamel dots are the perfect touch!!

Maria Rodriguez

This berries are good enough to eat!! Lovely CAS layout as always Jane.
Love the half scalloped circle behind the main panel, how wonderful the way you matched it with the berries.
The enamel dots are a great detail.

Heather Cooper

This is a really thoughtful card to post right now, Jane, in the wake of all the weather and fire disasters. The sentiment and the cheerful colours are just perfect for inspiring hope for better days ahead. CAS is so effective this way, and you've mastered that!

Nancy Edwards

A bright pink and kraft color scheme always catches my eye. I love this pretty layout and your beautiful sentiment is perfect.

Greta H

Beautiful stamping & love your color combo!

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