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Day 117 Saturday Challenge at 365 Cards!!

Hello, and welcome back to another Saturday challenge from 365 Cards! The prompt today is "Do that Decade" and the decade is the 1950's.
For my take on it, I decided to go with a retro bicycle. I searched high and low for an image that I thought would fit the bill, and I finally found it at Two Peas in a Bucket. I used one of the bikes from Shelley Castillo called Bicycle Ride Brush set.
One of the great things I love about digistamps and images is the fact that you can fit them to whatever project you are working on.
I made this card real simple, as that's how things were back in the 50's. I hope you all enjoyed today's card!

Card Recipe
Digital Stamps: Shelley Callisto {Two Peas in a Bucket}
Rubber Stamps: Unity Stamp Co.
Die Cut: Spellbinders Nestablilites {Labels 8}
Bling: stash
Flower: Prima
Ribbon: stash

Comments

  1. I LOVE this crisp clean and classy looking card! Hugs- Glora

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  2. This is really beautiful DoBea! Love the aqua, black, and white!

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  3. Love the retro bike. You have me sold on the nestabilities. Miss you tons......

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