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Retro Rubber Challenge 137...

It’s a new challenge at Retro Rubber!  We are partnering with the Double Trouble Challenge so you can play along with both!

RRCB 137

We have a sketch challenge on which you must use at least one stamp older than a year.  The requirements for the Double Trouble Challenge are:

  • Thing 1 – Trouble Maker: 3-2-1 Recipe: 3 colors – 2 embellishments – 1 old stamp
  • Thing 3 – Twisted Sister: Follow our RRCB sketch with at least one angular shape.
  • Thing 2 – Double Dare (Optional): If you used the RRCB sketch and the 3-2-1 Recipe be sure to link your card Double Trouble’s challenge to receive an additional chance to be in Double Trouble’s random draw.

I started with a soft green polka dot panel and added a hexagon shape instead of the triangle.  I used my Rubbernecker Summer Meadow stamps that I have had for several years and colored them using some distress inks. rrcb 137 1 (570x640)

I added a piece of summer starfruit paper to add a little pop and then added the sentiment (from Simon Says Stamp You Got This – 2017) and embellishments.  I followed our sketch and Thing 1 and 3 for the Double Trouble Challenge. rrcb 137 2 (640x429)

Play along and link up HERE for Retro Rubber and HERE for Double Trouble.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white and summer starfruit.  Pattern paper from stash.  Stamps:  Rubbernecker summer meadow (have had 3-5 years).  SSS you got this (2017).  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  MFT vertical stitched panels and hexagon stax.  Other:  SU! dots.  


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Maria A Rodriguez

Jane, this is an awesome and beautiful way to interpret the sketch and the challenge over at Double Trouble.
Beautiful image and lovely sentiment.

Suzanne Reynolds

Clean and simple and so pretty... love that you chose to use our 3-2-1 recipe and would love you to enter your pretty card at Double Trouble.

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