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It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber with a fun sketch by Claire Grantham!


I love a great sketch so I went to town with a Christmas card.  Using pattern paper and cardstock I created the bulk of the sketch. rrcb 96 1 (640x563)

I die cut three threes and a circle and then arranged according to the sketch.  That was when I realized I forgot about the sentiment!  So I went for it and just stamped on the patterned paper.  The sentiment is from my trusty 2016 Clearly Besotted Message Me set. rrcb 96 2 (640x452)

Join us and play along with this sketch!  Link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, real red, old olive, crumbcake, smokey slate, and merry moments dsp.  Dies:  RC trees.  Stamps:  CB Message Me (2016).


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Love these trees, Jane, and that awesome background paper!

Maria Rodriguez

Jane, I love this card, the DSP is just perfect as a background for your little trees, they are just so adorable, your interpretation of the sketch is beautiful.
Awesome card, teammate.

Jan Clothier

This sketch makes for a fabulous Christmas Card, Jane! I love the papers you've used. They make a great backdrop for your lovely trees. And stamping straight onto the paper - looks as though it's worked a treat!

Claire Grantham

Jane, this is gorgeous, the sketch works so well as a Christmas Card. I love the stamping onto the paper, worked SO well. Cx

Ina Grehan

WOW! what a fantabulous Christmas card Jane. Love your take on the sketch especially the trees. Such cool die cuts. Thanks so much for having me as your Guest this week.

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