March House Of Cards...

Retro Rubber Challenge 81...

It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  We have a sketch for you to try out!


I started with a scooter from the SU! On The Grow stamp set from 2011.  I used my chalks to color in the scooter and flowers. rrcb 81 1 (563x640)

I die cut the image and then layered on a couple of die cut panels.  I added the sweet sentiment as who wouldn’t like a little happy mail of flowers! rrcb 81 2 (640x496)

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Thanks for stopping today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, crumbcake, perfect plum and pear pizzazz.  Stamps:  SU! on the grow (2011) and PTI KIS happy mail (2017).  Other:  Chalks.  PTI linen/canvas impression plate.  MFT Stitched arch and horizontal stitched stripes.  SU! rhinestones and dots.


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Neva Cole

I need this sentiment, because who doesn't love happy mail? The flower basket on the little moped is super sweet!

Maria A Rodriguez

Ahh!! Jane, this is one of my all time favorite sets from Stampin' Up! both the images and the sentiments are beautiful.
This little moped makes me want to have one,, that's a thought!!! and I love the sentiment, everybody loves HAPPY MAIL.
Beautiful card teammie.

Jan Clothier

The chalks give such a soft colour, don't they? Really pretty. I like that you've coloured the bottom of the panel green, then extended it beyond the frame with green cardstock. It unifies the different areas so well. That is one sweet sentiment, too!

Claire Grantham

Firstly, I have been on the fence about the semi-circle stitched dies, but seeing it here on your card,,,means I am now convinced, I need these. Love your card, that Scooter is awesome, I love Scooter stamps. Love the soft chalky colouring too. Cx

D Idlet

Jan, love your card, I love the pastel colors you colored the scooter with. Great take on the sketch!

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