Never Too Many Rainbows

Hello,

Welcome to rainbow season in Minnesota!  There are many things to be grateful for in my life, but I was still feeling a little low this weekend. To perk my self up, I made a rainbow card using @catherinepooler inks and dies.

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. Rainbows Galore

I figured If one rainbow brought joy, more rainbows would be the way to go.  To get started, I ink blended @catherinepooler Something Borrowed, Party Dress, Orange Twist and Rockin Red on 4 sheets of Bristol Smooth card stock. One color per sheet.

I took the Over the Rainbow die and cut out a rainbow from each sheet of ink blended card stock.  I took some scrap card stock and added adhesive to each little scrap.  I built my rainbows using on these scraps.

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Rainbow Building
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Completed Rainbow

After I built the 4 rainbows, I ink blended with my Honey Bee Stamps Outdoor Scene Builder stencil on a card panel. I used Its A Boy ink. I attached my rainbows to the card panel and trimmed off the extra.  I then attached the trimmings to fill in spaces on the cloud panel.

Using the same Rainbow die, I cut out a cloud. I inked some Twighlight ink to add a little depth to the cloud and stamped my sentiment from the Outside Your Window stamp set from Catherine Pooler.  I added some foam tape to the cloud and attached to the card.  I added some Wink of Stella to the cloud and attached the entire panel to my card base.

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Finished Card

That completed my card.  Not sure who to send it to just yet, I may just look at it for a while.

So happy you stopped by. See you soon!

patty

 

 

One thought on “Never Too Many Rainbows

  1. Love it! We are surrounded by rainbows here during the covid crisis, its been adopted as a symbol of hope and gratitude for all they keyworkers keeping our country going and its lovely to see them in windows, drawn in chalk on walls etc. Xx

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