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August 21, 2017

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Debbie Mageed

Wow! So vibrant with a wonderful message! Love your CAS card!! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber and hope you will join us again soon.

Nora

What brilliant backgrounds!! LOVE how you paired one with the fun card. Great take on the sketch!!

Jan Clothier

As a former farm girl myself, I do love your John Deere! The inky backgrounds are wonderful. The colours are SO vibrant. The sentiment is a sweetheart. Thank you so much for joining us at Retro Rubber for our sketch challenge.

Jane Knudsen

This is awesome! I love that tractor and am quite intrigued about the background you created! This is John Deere all the way! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber!!

Christine Traversa

Super cool card! So artistic, that background, wow! Love it all! Thanks so much for joining us at the RR challenge!❤️

Claire Grantham

I love gelli print backgrounds, they are so much fun to make. I really like your stamp. I am always curious to know why people collect certain types of stamps. I collect Monster stamps, I just love Monsters..my Ma says I always have and loved Monster books as a child! Thanks for joining us again at Retro Rubber. Claire DT

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