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Retro Rubber Challenge 194...

It’s a new Retro Rubber Challenge!  It’s a color challenge and celebrates colors of the 90s.  We need to use three of these colors – earthy tones of terra cotta, rustic gold, reds, browns or dark teals.

RRCB 194

I opted to go with all the colors except for some reason I had blue not teals in my brain so I really used four of the five colors.  I broke out my very much loved Stampin’ Up French Foliage stamp set from 2011.  I love this set!

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I stamped several images in terra cotta, crushed curry, cherry cobbler, and misty moonlight.  I die cut a triangle piece to place over some of the images that I stamped directly on the card base.  I added the sentiment in soft suede, some dots and was done.  The sentiment is from Papertrey Ink’s Mum’s The Word (2013).

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  Stamps:  PTI mum’s the word (2013).  SU! French foliage (2011).  Inks:  SU! soft suede, terracotta tile, misty moonlight, crushed curry and cherry cobbler.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  SU! stitched triangles.  Other:  SU! dots.


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LeAnne Pugliese

This has to be one of my all-time favorite cards that you've created! First, this stamp set is one I will never part with, second, the layout is so cool! Third, it's just CAS enough yet has lots of movement and interest! LOVE IT!

Jolanda Johnstone

LeAnne beat me to the punch. I agree this is a favorite stamp set of mine too! Lovely card.

Claire Grantham

Jane! This is amazing! I love it. The triangle with the overlaid stamping = me swooning. Cx

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