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Retro Rubber Challenge 109...

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RRCB 109

I started with a funky die cut rectangle out of some musical paper. rrcb 109 1 (584x640)

Then I flagged a couple of scraps of paper and popped them up after adding my sentiment.  I thought it appropriate given my paper! rrcb 109 2 (640x507)

The sentiment is from Clearly Besotted Message Me from 2016.  A little bling finishes the card!

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  SU! black.  Pattern paper from stash.  Dies:  PTI brushed off rectangle and linen impression plate.  Stamps:  Clearly Besotted Message Me (2016).  Other:  Rhinestones.


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Leslie Miller

The clean simplicity of this is divine, Jane! The flags add a nice bit of color and the sentiment is the perfect thing with the music score. Thanks so much for the Retro Rubber inspiration with CAS as a plus!

Maria A Rodriguez

I love, love the die cut music panel, that die is fabulous.
The pop of color from your yellow pattern paper and the black card stock really stand out.
I love when I see this sentiment on cards with musical scores.
Fab card, teammate.


Jane... so love the simple clean design...and that funky die cut! Thanks so much for the invite to Retro Rubber this week!
BTW... just saw the fun video over at KWerner. I agree with you...everyone should be able to live at the beach. I love it! I literally just came in from playing ball with Quinn...thinking that I do live in paradise. All the best. Eliz

Claire Grantham

Jane, I love the simplicity of this, with the yellow paper adding a little pop of colour! I like the little touches of bling here and there. Cx

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