Retro Rubber Challenge 84...
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Retro Rubber Challenge 85...

It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  It’s a vintage theme so be inspired by the challenge image and create something vintage looking.


I opted to use some vintage papers and stick with an antique color palate as well.  I cut several papers on the bias and then die cut them with a stitched rectangle. rrcb 85 1 (560x640)

I added a sentiment from the Papertrey Ink choose me stamp set (2015) and a few pearls and was done! rrcb 85 2 (640x491)

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Supplies:  PTI vintage cream linen.  SU! calypso coral.  Pattern paper from stash.  Stamps:  PTI choose me (2015).   Other:  SSS stitched rectangles.  SU! pearls.


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Neva Cole

Jane the queen of CAS had done it again and be Vintage at the same time! I may have to copy this idea!

Cathy R

Great card Jane, love how you've used the DP, Cathy x


This is so pretty!! I love the sentiment and the soft colors you chose to use oaths. GREAT card!!


What a cool layout...perfect to use up all those little leftover strips! Love all the vintage patterns and colors!

Jan Clothier

Such sweet, vintage colours, Jane! I like your layout - it's a great one for showing off papers. It shows off clearly that a fabulous card doesn't need lots of bells and whistles - just a good idea well executed.

Maria A Rodriguez

Oh WOW!! Vintage and CAS!!! Love the strips of papers you chose for your card, the colors are soft and work together beautifully.
Fabulous layout to showcase them.

Claire Grantham

Jane, this is SO gorgeous, love that wonderful sentiment that works so well with the beautiful Vintagey papers. I love how the sentiment is totally the hero here. Cx

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