This week at Retro Rubber, we have an 'Anything Goes' challenge. Of course, since this is Retro Rubber it's not quite anything goes. You still have to use at least one stamp that's a year or more old AND give us an approximate age for it.
I've made a quick, easy card that is very dramatic because of the black background and brightly coloured die-cut. However, the design could be made in any colour - maybe Petal Pink on Whisper White for a baby girl?
A couple of years ago, I held a card class where we coloured a white glimmer paper using Brusho and then cut the resulting coloured paper using the Butterfly Beauty dies. The results were spectacular but oh my, it was so, so much easier to just use the new Rainbow Glimmer Paper! Isn't it lovely, the way it moves from colour to colour?
While the Butterfly Beauty dies have been around for a couple of years, the Ornate Floral embossing folder is new as are the 2020-2022 In-Colour enamel dots.
The greeting is from Itty Bitty Birthdays, one of my favourite sentiment sets which came out in the Occasions catalogue, January 2019. The pretty little stitched banner is from Tasteful Labels.
You can see what the rest of the team have done with this challenge, and link up your entry, by visiting the Retro Rubber Challenge site. We'd love to see what you do and what stamps you have in your stash.
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