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Challenge 10 | Emboss It!


We are back with a new challenge - and our 10th!!  Awesome!!  We are so appreciative of our followers and our players!!  THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!! 

This week, our challenge is to Emboss something.  This is probably one of the first techniques that I learned when I started this crazy hobby, and is easy enough to add just the right special something to your cards. 

So whether you want to emboss an image, or your sentiment, use embossing powder on your card, tag or project. 

Be sure that you follow our main rule - The Retro Rubber Rule - to use some retro stamps - anything older than one year!!


This week we are also joined by Cornelia - she was the winner of Challenge 8.  Please visit her blog and welcome her today!!



Here are a few samples from the Mod Squad. 

Debbie Mageed


Katy McGloin


Kelly DeTommaso

RRBC10-Kelly DeTommaso Embossed Easter Card

Katie Skiff



Now, it's your turn -

•Use older stamps. We suggest stamps older than 1 year.
•Follow the challenge given for the time period.
•Post your creation to your blog or online gallery. If you use an online gallery, please use the Keyword RRBC10.  Please turn off Word Verification. 
•Link back to the blog using the InLinkz by March 27th
•Enter as many times as you like.
Link up your creations for our challenge - Embossing Powder


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Oooh, I haven't embossed for a while! Hope to be able to play along! Great creations!

Christine Traversa

Love the cards! Congrats to Cornelia!

Gail L

Am I allowed to use a digital stamp AND also rubber stamps, or does your challenge require all rubber stamps on the projects?

Jane Knudsen

Hi Gail, We are OK with digital stamps, just as long as they are over a year old. So please feel free to use digis, rubber or both on a card!

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