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It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s time for an inspiration challenge so here is my take.

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I was inspired to use the colors and make a mini bouquet.  I used my stamps from Papertrey Ink Bitty Bouquet from 2015.

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I die cut a lattice out of grayish polka dot paper for the background (using the tabletop in the picture for that inspiration).  I used rustic white for my card base and for the little square I popped my flowers up on.  A small sentiment, thread and some bling and I was done.

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Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI rustic white.  Pattern paper from stash.  Inks:  SU! Pear pizzazz, polished pink, daffodil delight, and highland heather.  Stamps:  PTI bitty bouquets (2015).  SSS happy day (2016).  Dies:  PTI bitty bouquets and linen plate.  The Greetery square dance.  SU! Stitched rectangles.  Other:  thread and bling.


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Stephanie Lanzalotto

I love that tiny bouquet set on that wonderful dotted, lattice background. The thread is a wonderful embellishment, and who does not love bling? Thank you so much for having me as GD at Retro Rubber. I love to bring things out of the recesses of my stash and create with them again.

Maria A Rodriguez

Jan, that lattice die-cut is awesome and it compliments your sweet little flowers perfectly.
The thread and the bling finish this card beautifully.
Stay healthy and safe.

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