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Guest Designing for Retro Rubber #133

Hi Everyone,

for the next two weeks I have the honor to guest design for the Retro Rubber Challenge. I love this challenge -it encourages you to use older stamps. Don't we all have them - old, loved, but underused....I have a full room of them, LOL!


This balloon girl is especially pretty, which I have in my possession since 2016. The stencil I used is also a few years old, although I don't exactly remember how old. The sentiment is new, but at least 2/3's of my supplies are old - not even counting the inks I used....

The theme of this challenge is your favorite, I bet:


It's mine for sure!


I hope you will play along and give your old stamp some love! 
See you at Retro Rubber.

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
As you see it challenge - over the rainbow

Comments

Congratulations on the guest spot. Oh, my! I love your rainbow clouds. So gorgeous and the silhouette design is perfect with it.
conil said…
I love and own this image...it's one of my favorites. Absolutely love the colorful cloud banks you've stenciled. Adds to the dreamy effect, beautifully.
Jan Clothier said…
Double delight! This is just the most perfect rainbow card and I thank you for joining in with us at As You See it Challenge. But as part of the crew at Retro Rubber, I also want to say how delighted I am that you're guest designing with us this time round, especially with such a gloriously gorgeous design!
Lucille K said…
Love the rainbow clouds on your card, just wonderful :)
papierelle said…
Das ist eine wunder wunder schöne Karte. Die Wolken farbig zu gestalten, darauf muss man auch erst mal kommen.
Cornelia this is gorgeous and such a beautiful rainbow-inspired way to give balloon girl some love! This is always my favourite Retro Rubber challenge too - I think I might have to play along! Thanks for playing along over at As You See It this week!
Heather Cooper said…
Oh, my gosh! I love these rainbow clouds with the silhouette image! What a clever idea! So perfect for a rainbow challenge! Thanks for playing along with us at As You See It Challenges!
LeAnne said…
Such an amazing way to create your rainbow...love those stencilled clouds! Your silhouette is perfect too! A happy card for sure! Thanks for playing with As You See It AND Retro Rubber!
Anita in France said…
What a dreamy rainbow sky, Cornelia ... fabulous with the lovely silhouette and those cool stripes! Hugs, Anita :)
A.Rose said…
Love the use of black solid images over the multicolor clouds! Great card!
Rosmarie said…
Eine bezaubernde Karte! Deine Regenbogenwolken sind fantastisch!!
Darnell said…
I've been saving this one in my inbox, Cornelia. I'm just fascinated by your incredible rainbow clouds! Do you think you could do a video? I can only imagine the thousands of people who are going to try this and watching you do it would be so helpful! Thank you for the wonderful inspiration and congratulations on guesting at RR!! Take care and keep safe! Hugs, Darnell
Claire Grantham said…
The whole card is stunning, but the clouds are just amazing! So happy to have you as GDT over at Retro Rubber this time, hope to see you in the gallery soon. Claire DT

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