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Retro Rubber Challenge 105...

It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber and we have a surprise for you!  We are partnering with Try Stampin’ on Tuesday!  We are using their sketch and pairing it with our requirement to use stamps older than a year.  This is double the fun! You can link up your entry with both challenges. 

RRCB 105

I love a good sketch and this was a fun one!  I pulled out my W+9 Punny Produce: Peaches from 2014 and set to work.  I stamped the peach in black, peach parfait and pear pizzazz before die cutting the mini scalloped square.

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Using my flag dies from Reverse Confetti, I die cut flags in some plaid and solid paper and stapled them together instead of running the flags across the top.  Then I popped up the mini square and added the sentiment!

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I love this card!  Play along with Try Stampin’ and RRCB by linking up HERE and HERE!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! peach parfait and white.  Lawn Fawn plaid patterns.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  MFT stitched mini scallop squares.  RC flags.  Stamps:  W+9 Punny Produce: Peaches (2014).  Inks:  SU! pear pizzazz and peach parfait.


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Cute, cute, cute! I just love your peach, but those fun banners steal the show!

Kaylin Krawczyk

i love how you added the banners. very lovely card. go ahead and link it up to the Try Stampin on Tuesday challenge post. Been lovely to see you work with our sketch.

Claire Grantham

Love this, love the funky banners, LeAnne is right they totally steal the show! Cx

Maria A Rodriguez

Love the plump peach, YUM!! the awesome pattern papers you used for the banners and the fun way you arranged them!!!

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