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It’s the first challenge of 2021 for Retro Rubber.  It is a winter theme because it’s winter!

RRCB 150

I don’t do a lot of layering on my cards but I went for it this week!  I die cut the geometric pattern in perfect plum and then added a vanilla cream stitched frame.  I used a stitched circle frame from wintery paper to add to all of the layers. rrcb 150 1

I stamped the winter berries image from Papertrey Ink Beautiful Berries – Winter from 2017 in distress inks in the purple and cream theme.  I die cut the image and popped it up on all of the frames. rrcb 150 2 (640x406)

I added the sentiment from MFT Holiday Hugs (2013) and popped it up before adding some pearls.

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI vanilla cream.  SU! perfect plum.  Pattern paper from stash.  Stamps:  PTI beautiful berries winter (2017).  MFT holiday hugs (2013).  Dies:  PTI linen, cozy Christmas, beautiful berries winter.  MFT stitched rectangles, double stitched circles and washi tape.  Inks:  Distress antique linen, milled lavender, and dusty concord.  Other:  Pearls.


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Your layering is just the right amount Jane! So much visual interest without being cluttery - you always strike a perfect balance in your cards. And those colors are so soothing - like a warm beverage with the snow gently falling just outside the window :o) Hugs! Nancy J

Jan Clothier

A real change in style from you this week, Jane but I like it a lot!

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