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Retro Rubber Challenge 152...

It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  A fun sketch so here we go!

RRCB 152

I started by die cutting a lot!  I cut the two flags, the hoop, the message strips, and the hello before adhering them all together.

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I stamped the sentiment using my W+ 9 hand lettered hello stamp set from 2014.  I attached some buttons and I was good to go.  I liked this sketch, it felt a bit hard but I liked stretching my imagination!

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Link up HERE to play along!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! White, black, highland heather, purple posy and botanical butterfly dsp.  Dies:  PTI linen plate and hoop and banner.  MFT blueprint 25, stitched fishtail flags and stitched jumbo fishtail flags.  W + 9 hand lettered hello.  Stamps:  W + 9 hand lettered hello (2014) Other:  Buttons.


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Maria A Rodriguez

Jane, love the touch of Lavender on your beautiful card, and the contrast with the black accents is so elegant.
Stay healthy and safe, teammie.

Neva Cole

Such a pretty lavender card! I love that you used a fishtail banner throughout the design!


This was a fun sketch, and I love what you did with it! The hoop is fun and the subtle colors are perfect!

Jan Clothier

This is SO pretty! I love your choice of purples against b&w. The circle with the sentiment inside is great, as are the buttons you've added. This is a great card, Jane!

Claire Grantham

When I see you use buttons I instantly think OMG I need to use more buttons, but my button usage is never as great as yours Jane. Love how you used the sketch and your colour palette is wonderful, with the little pops of black. Cx

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