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Retro Rubber Challenge 85...

Retro Rubber Challenge 84...

It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  We have an inspiration challenge to use either the color or items from the image on a card.


I trotted out my trusty umbrella die and whipped up three umbrellas using the inspiration colors.

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I added the sentiment from the SU! weather together stamp set from 2016.  I love the font and the saying so much.  And yet, it’s the first time I have used the saying!  Shame on me!

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I adhered everything to white and then to a crumbcake card base.

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Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white and crumbcake. MFT plaid patterns.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  W+9 pretty patches umbrella.  Stamps:  SU! weather together (2016).


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Tara Prince

adorable umbrellas!!

Debbie M

Very cute CAS card, Jane!

Maria A Rodriguez

Super adorable umbrellas, love the pattern paper you chose for them.
A fab CAS card, Jane.

Jan Clothier

Great sentiment. What a pretty tumble of umbrellas!

D Idlet

Jane, I love your card....you got me with the plaid paper! I love plaid paper on cards, it was perfect for the umbrellas and that sentiment is one of my fav. Thanks for sharing!


Your card is so fun! I love how you arranged the umbrellas. It looks like they are dancing and having fun!
Thank you so much for inviting me to this challenge as a guest designer.
Kind regards from stempelfrida

Claire Grantham

Love the tumble of Umbrella's Jane. And the sentiment is so me this week...I am attempting to weather the storm...Cx

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