Retro Rubber Challenge 175...
Pack Your Bags...

Cloudy Rainbows...

I am playing along today with The Paper Players.  They had a tic tac toe challenge that I decided I couldn’t resist!

I chose the top row of rainbow, sparkle and die cut.  I decided to pull out some old dsp that seemed cheery and would give me bright colors to make a rainbow. pp 576 1s

I die cut the rainbow out of real red, daffodil delight and lemon lime twist.  I used crumbcake and the dsp to make the umbrella and then used a bit of real red to go with the horizontal stripe of dsp. pp 576 2s

I die cut some clouds and then put everything together and added the “raindrops” made of rhinestones for the sparkle.  I debated about the sentiment and thought I would go with a thinking of you.  We all need a little brightness to chase away the rain and clouds and see the rainbows!

A huge thank you to The Paper Players for being chosen as A Cut Above for THIS card and to The Card Concept for being chosen as Honorable Mention for the same card.  I was so surprised and honored!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white, real red, daffodil delight, lemon lime twist, crumbcake and tutti fruiti dsp.  Dies:  PTI linen.  W+9 umbrella.  Lil Inkers rainbows and clouds.  Stamps:  MFT peaceful wildflowers.  Other:  SU! rhinestones.


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Joanne James

Jane I just love your paper choice and how it inspired the colour scheme for your fun card! Love those sparkly raindrops too! Thanks for playing along with my TicTacToe Challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

LeAnne Pugliese

Jane, I am so excited you were able to play with us this week! Your cute rainbow and matching umbrella would cheer anyone up on a dreary day! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Players this week!

Laurie Schmidt

So cute Jane, love the rainbow! Thanks for sharing at The Paper Players this week!

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