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Retro Rubber Challenge 99...

Welcome to a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  It’s Anything Goes!

RRCB 99

I opted for a fall card!  I started by swishing some cajun craze ink on my card base and then added a polka dot tag die over the top.

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I die cut a couple of leaves and added to the tag.  Finally I added a sentiment from my Papertrey Ink Autumn Hills stamp set from 2012.  A little twine finishes off the tag.

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, cajun craze and crushed curry.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  RC dots tag layer.  Concord & 9th layering leaves.  SSS sketchy banners.  Inks:  SU! cajun craze.  Stamps:  PTI autumn hills (2012).  Other:  SU! crushed curry twine.

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Jan Clothier

Oh Jane! Love that polka dot die cut with the colours underneath just popping out. Super die cuts too.

Neva

What a great use of a polka dot die cut tag, a bit of grunge! The die cut leaves and sentiment are perfect together.

Maria A Rodriguez

Jane, love the polka dot die, you can put any colors or papers to peek through, the other die cuts are beautifully arranged and your sentiment fits just perfectly.
Awesome card, teammate.
XO

Claire Grantham

Jane, I WANT the polka dot die..it's amazing!! I love how you retained the CAS feel, even with more elements than usual (for you, I mean this is standard for me LOLz). Cx

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