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It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s a theme challenge to use flowers on a card.

RRCB 182

I stamped this fun house mouse lilac image on crumbcake and then colored with my alcohol markers.  The stamp is the Sensory Overload from 2009.  It’s the first time I have ever used it and I shouldn’t have waited so long! rrcb 182 1

I die cut with a pierced rectangle and then backed it with heather highland.  I stamped the sentiment from my Papertrey Ink Spring Hills from 2013 before adding this beautiful purple twine.  I adhered to the base and was done. rrcb 182 2

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Supplies:  CS:  SU! crumbcake and highland heather.  Stamps:  House Mouse sensory overload (2009).  PTI spring hills (2013).  Inks:  SU! blends – highland heather, crumbcake and old olive.  Dies:  MFT pierced rectangles.  PTI linen plate.  Other: twine.


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Heather Heroldt

So beautiful, Jane - I have so been this little mouse, lol, my grandmother had a huge princess lilac stand, and I used to love climbing in there and just soaking it all in - so sweet!

Maria A Rodriguez

Ohh!! You know how much I love the House Mouse Siblings, this little one is so very sweet, taking in the lovely aroma of this huge Lilac blossom.
Thank you for sharing.
Stay healthy and safe.

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