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Retro Rubber Challenge 83...

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I needed to make a birthday card for my mom.  It ended up being a bit more Christmasy feeling than I had intended but she loved it just the same! rrcb 83 1 (552x640)

I started by using the sketch at CAS(E) this Sketch and cut some assorted panels out of patterned paper and adhered to a piece of cream cardstock. rrcb 83 2 (640x536)

I added the sentiment from Clearly Besotted Message Me (2016), ran everything thru the linen impression plate and then popped the cream cardstock up on a base of cream.  I finished it off with a bit of bling and a sweet epoxy heart for my mama!

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Supplies:  PTI vanilla cream, spring moss, pure poppy and fall prints.  Stamps:  CB message me (2016).  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  Other:  SU! rhinestone and dots.


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Leigh Penner

Great mix of patterns and take on the sketch!

Maria A Rodriguez

Beautiful way to use your scraps of pattern paper Jane, I love how you mixed them on your panel.

Claire Grantham

This is great use of the sketch and your scraps Jane. I love the gems and enamel dots / heart too, very simple, very elegant. Clairex

Jan Clothier

I so often avoid DSP when I make cards, but then I see something as pretty as this and wonder why. Lovely combination of patterns and colours while retaining a clean look. Lovely card, Jane.


I am sure your Mom loved this card, Jane! And though it has green and red color elements, I don't get a "Christmas" feel from it. Great way to use scraps of paper.... must remember, LOL....

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