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Retro Rubber Challenge #86...

Welcome to a new Retro Rubber Challenge!!  It’s a challenge all about flowers!  It is May after all!

My mom requested a card for a friend of hers who was turning 90.  She wanted purple and the numbers in cork, I wanted flowers.  I started by die cutting the numbers in cork and die cutting a mini scallop stitched rectangle.

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I stamped the bleeding heart in purple and then added the sentiment and cork numbers.  The stamps are from Papertrey Ink’s Garden Gate (2016) and Clearly Besotted Message Me (2016).

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I popped up the rectangle and added some dots and pearls to finish off the card.

Link up your card HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  MFT cork.  SU! wisteria wonder.  Dies:  Lil Inkers stitched numbers.  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT mini scallop stitched rectangles.  Stamps:  PTI garden gate (2016).  CB message me (2016).  Inks:  Memento black.  PTI limeade ice, green parakeet, lilac grace, winter wisteria, and harvest gold.  Other:  SU! pearls and rhinestones.


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Maria Rodriguez

Jane, I love the softness of the Wisteria Wonder panel to frame your sweet flowers, the number 90 looks awesome die cut in cork, which adds beautiful dimension.

Jan Clothier

The cork adds a great texture and a natural touch to the card. Your flowers are so pretty - a mix of fuchsias and hearts.

Claire Grantham

As always a lovely CAS card from you Jane. I LOVE the cork 90, very nice. Cx

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