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Retro Rubber Challenge #90...

Welcome to a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  It’s a photo inspiration so you can use either the colors or the items in the photo to create your card.


I opted for the colors, creating a bit of a patriotic theme with some stars and stripes but using a sentiment that is distinctly not patriotic.

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I added a few papers from my stash to a base of rustic cream cardstock and then die cut with a double stitched die.

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I added the sentiment from the Papertrey Ink choose joy stamp set from 2015 and a sweet arrow from the Simon Says Stamp choose happy stamp set from 2016.  I popped the whole thing up on a base of kraft and was done.

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Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI rustic cream.  Papers from stash.  SU! riding hood red.  Stamps:  PTI choose joy (2015).  SSS choose happy (2016).  Inks:  Memento black.  SU! riding hood red.  Dies:  MFT double stitched rectangles.


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Tara Prince

Very nice! I love the sentiment!


Your card is very timely in many ways. Just lovely. Happy 4th!

Jan Clothier

What a clever creation! Again, you stash of sentiment stamps is on display - and what a sentiment! I like the use of subtle colours and the cream base really shows them off so well. Great card, Jane.

Maria Rodriguez

Jane, your classic CAS design really shines on this card, love the vintage look you created on it with your choices of papers and cardstock. The sentiment is beautiful too.
Fab card.


Oh my, that double stitched die does an amazing job on these beautiful vintage papers....I LOVE it all!

Claire Grantham

Jane, This is lovely, such an elegant Queen of CAS way to celebrate Independence Day. I LOVE that double stitched die - DO WANT! Cx

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