Retro Rubber Challenge #77 - Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Hello everyone!

I am here with Retro Rubber and we are celebrating the holiday with a photo inspiration for Christmas.  I hope you will join along with the challenge!  This will be my last post for the Holiday Season so on behalf of Retro Rubber Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

The rules to play along with Retro Rubber are very simple, make sure the stamp you use on your project is at least one year or older. For more details on the rules, you can find them over on Retro Rubber Challenge blog. Be sure to stop over on the Retro Rubber Challenge blog to get more inspiration, the design team has some wonderful creations!

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I have a clean and so what simple card to share with you.  I am using the Lawn Fawn set called "Home for the Holidays" and was released in the Fall of 2016.  I hope you all are all ready for the season and have gotten your Christmas shopping done and all your decorations up. 

Thanks again for stopping by, please don't forget to stop over at the Retro Rubber Challenge blog and join the fun and check out the beautiful projects the design team members have created. You have until December 15th to join in on the fun! Merry Christmas everyone!


  1. Such a bright, cheery card, Donna! I love your holiday scene! Happy Holidays!!

  2. This card is so much fun! Love the snowy sky and the funky, twisty road. It's just like when the children used to draw roads then play for hours with their cars. It just sings of travel and family and fun.

  3. Hi Donna! You did a stupendous job with this challenge! Love these little cars. I have them - why didn't I use them! Love the whole road trip vibe! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  4. Donna, this is awesome, great spin on a Holiday card. I just wish we could meet on one of your roadtrips to NYC. Next time for sure. Merry Christmas to you and yours. Clairexx


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