Tuesday 25 September 2018

Retro Rubber Challenge 96 - Design Team Card

This week, Claire has designed a fabulous sketch for us to play with at Retro Rubber. We'd love to have you join us. All you have to do is use at least one stamp that's older than a year and give us an indication of its age.

One of my favourite sets is Dragonfly Dreams, which first appeared in 2017 Occasions catalogue. 
I created a bokeh background, stamped one dragonfly and mounted a die-cut dragonfly on a vellum circle.

The sentiment comes from the recently retired One Big Meaning (from AC 2015).

Why not visit the Retro Rubber blog and see what the rest of the team have done with this sketch, then join us? You have until October 5 to join in with us. Just remember: at least one stamp older than a year, tell us how old it is and don't join up to more than ten challenges in total.

If you live anywhere in New Zealand and don't have a Stampin' Up demonstrator, I'd love to help you with ideas and Stampin' Up products. Please message me through my Facebook page, linked in the sidebar of this blog or leave a comment below. 

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Retired products: One Big Meaning, Regals Candy Dots.

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  1. Jan, this is one gorgeous card, love, love the Bokeh background you created for the Dragonflies, both of them look spectacular flying around.
    The pop of gold and the vellum behind it are a beautiful detail, love it.
    Awesome card, Teammate.

  2. Jan, what a wonderful card! Of course, I love the dragonflies but that bokeh background - fantastic!! Beautiful creation, as always. Have a great rest of your week.

  3. I absolutely adore dragonflies Jan, this card is wonderful, the background makes me so happy. Wonderful use of the sketch. Claire x

  4. WOW Jan this is simply stunning. Beautiful background for those gorgeous dragonflies. Brilliant take on the sketch with the vellum and that amazing die cut dragonfly.