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Good afternoon!

Today I was thinking about what to do for the Sunday Stamps challenge and found some great inspiration on pinterest, but not sold on any style. After mulling the idea over, I thought to search my stash for some solid rubber pieces left from stamps.

Then I found I typically throw those all away.

I went on my search anyway and discovered I had a few sets in my sell pile that had solid square insides that were already cut for removal. SCORE!



I went to town! I already had the rainbow theme in mind from the challenge, so I decided to play around and see what stuck.



Here's what I came up with:


Not in the link below, this card uses Perfect Pairings, a 2016 Sale-a-bration set.
Inks are Crisp Cantaloupe and Strawberry Slush, Paper is Crisp Cantaloupe. 

Fun, right? I love when an idea works the way I had hoped! Sometimes they go horribly wrong, horribly!

Thanks for stopping by today!! I hope you have a stamptastic day!! 


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  1. Jayme, what FUN cards! I love your rainbow of colors! Such a clever idea to use the rubber pieces! So happy you joined us at Sunday Stamps! XX

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  2. Great idea to use scraps of rubber like that Jayme! Your cards came out great!

    Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps!

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  3. hello Jame! now isn't this a clever idea...I luv the finished card. A fun way to use the colors! I am so glad you played along with us at sunday stamps!

    blog-paperie blooms
    ig-2klines

    sparkle & shine, kindness *~*

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  4. Perfect use of those "throw away" rubber pieces you found in your stash. Can't throw them away now! Love the effect you created. It was definitely worth the search! Thanks so much for joining us at Sunday Stamps!

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  5. you know what Jayme
    I love your solid stamp and the finish card is fantastic
    this is really geometric card with rainbow colors cool and clever made
    many thanks for joining with us at Sunday Stamps this time..
    hugs
    Monika (Sunday Stamps DT Member)

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  6. I love your cards! Fantastic idea with the leftover rubber from your stamp sets. Great use of those rainbow colors too! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!

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  7. Fun technique, love how bold this is! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps.

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  8. Fun technique, love how bold this is! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps.

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