Winter Wreath For AYSI...

Retro Rubber Challenge 101...

It’s a new challenge and the last one for the year for Retro Rubber!  As it is the holiday season, we have a fun photo inspiration for you to try!

RRCB 101

I started with a sweet snowman family stamp from Anita’s Stamps from 2002.  I used my SU! markers to color the images and then added a bit of chalk in the background.

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I stamped the sentiment (Clearly Besotted Message Me 2016) and then die cut with my pierced rectangles.  I layered a couple of pierced rectangles and then adhered on top of a couple of other rectangles.  Everything was run thru the trusty linen impression plate.

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Play along HERE!

 

The winner of my blog comments from Challenge 100 is Tara Prince!  Tara, please email me at seejanestamp at outlook dot com to claim your prize!  Congratulations!!  Thank you everyone for taking the time to comment!  You are all winners in my book!

 

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS: SU! white, vanilla, cherry cobbler and be of good cheer dsp.  Stamps:  Anita’s snowmen (2002) and CB message me (2016).  Inks:  SU! markers and chalks.  Dies:  MFT pierced rectangles.  PTI linen impression plate.

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Tara Prince

Super sweet!!

Nora

This is so cute!! I love the little snowmen!!

Jan Clothier

That's a very cute wee snow family. I like the more strongly coloured panel behind them - it makes them stand out.

Maria Rodriguez

Looks like this little snow family is getting ready for a snow ball fight, LOL!!
Sweet and adorable, love the pattern paper in the background.
XO

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