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Retro Rubber Challenge 189...

It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s a color challenge and celebrates colors of the 80s.  We need to use three of these colors – muted mauve, pink, blue, tan or gray.

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I opted to go with blue, pink and tan and created my own plaid design.  Once I had it done – I thought that is a lot of plaid!  So I cut down a piece and decided to show it off thru a chevron cut out die.

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I ran the card base of Sahara sand thru the linen plate, added some pink ribbon and attached the chevron/plaid over it.  I finished off the card with a sentiment from my Papertrey Ink It’s The Thought stamp set from 2016.

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Play along and link up HERE!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies:  CS:  SU! white and Sahara sand.  Stamps:  PTI it’s the thought (2016).  Inks:  SU! misty moonlight, rococo rose and Sahara sand.  Dies/Stencils:  PTI linen plate.  MFT chunky chevron.  The Greetery tartan builder diagonal stencils.  Other:  SU! primrose petals ribbon.


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Heather Heroldt

Such a clever and pretty design, Jane - way to tame that plaid, lol. Great take on our colors! I knew I should have kept a little Rococo Rose, lol...

Maria Rodriguez.

Jane, I love this beautiful CAS card, your talent for these type of cards is beautifully displayed on this design.
Love how you showed the colors of the challenge on that strip of DSP and how cleverly you let them peek through that beautiful Chevron die cut.
The ribbon is just the most elegant finishing touch.
Stay healthy and safe.

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