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Retro Rubber Challenge 134...

It’s a new Retro Rubber challenge and it’s all about flowers!

RRCB 134

I started by stamping the sweetbriar rose image from Stampin’ Up! (from 2015) in black.  Then I stamped images from the SU! French Foliage stamp set (2012) in pinks and greens.

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I ran thru the linen plate and die cut with my cross stitch rectangles.  Finally I added a sentiment, a strip of ribbon and pearls.

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Link up HERE to play along!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white and crumbcake.  Stamps:  SU! sweetbriar rose (2015) and french foliage (2012).  PTI ways to say I love you (2017).  Inks:  SU! blushing bride, pink pirouette, sweet sugarplum, lemon lime twist, and old olive.  Dies:  PTI linen.  MFT cross stitch rectangles.  Other:  ribbon and pearls.


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Barb Finnical

Such a pretty card Jane! I love how you didn’t just color the stamped image, but stamped images behind it. It really makes the flowers stand out. The ribbon is a nice touch too!

Jan Clothier

Beautiful layering of stamps. Great card, Jane.

Claire Grantham

This is lovely, I really like the idea of layering stamps and by not colouring the flowers you allow the background to shine, super clever. Cx

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