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Retro Rubber Challenge 181...

It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s tic tac toe!  I chose pattern paper, dry embossing and die cut.

RRCB 181

I started by running all of my paper through the linen impression plate.  Then I stamped the tulips and die cut them.  The images are from my Papertrey Ink Tulip Time stamp set from 2016.

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I die cut the pear pizzazz and then ran it through the gridlines impression plate for my dry embossing.  I die cut it and the pattern paper with my mini stitched scallop rectangles.  I layered everything on my card base and added the sentiment which is from my Papertrey Ink Spring Hills stamp set from 2013 and punched out with my washi tape punch.  The dots added the final bit and I was done.

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  SU! pear pizzazz and brights dsp.  Inks:  SU! daffodil delight, crushed curry, old olive and pear pizzazz.  Stamps:  PTI spring hills (2013) and tulip time (2016).  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate, gridlines impression plate, and tulip time.  SU! washi punch.  MFT mini scallop stitched rectangles.  Other:  dots.

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Heather Heroldt

Wow, Jane, beautiful tulips! That one is a keeper for sure! Love your fun layers - makes for a dynamic layout! Beautiful!

Barbara Finnical

Jane your card is so pretty. I love tulips, and the stitched and scalloped papers really make it nice! I enjoyed playing again at Retro Rubber this week! :)

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