Sunday, 28 March 2021

Rainbow Wishes

 I gave a zoom class to my group of regular stampers since we are stuck in lockdown. It was quite fun as some were in the UK. I tend to go to my stamps and ink way more than my dies, so I was doing cards using die cuts.

First I distressed some cardstock in rainbow colours. I had planned for more pastel colours, but in the end, I over-distressed and I had bright colours. For these 2 cards, I only used the bottom section of the wide panel. 

I die cut once in the rainbow cardstock, and once in white.

I drew a rectangle around the card in pencil, using a ruler to get it straight. Then I went over it by hand with a black pen. Shaded with Copics. I just LOVE these sentiments from the Greetery set Birthday Blooms.

I kept the rainbow outline very simple.

I added Tonic Nuvo Glitter Gloss to the leaves and enamel accents to match the colours.

More cards are coming! I ended up with 12 cards!


  1. The moment I stopped by STB to have a look at the gallery this card caught my attention. I had to pop on over and see how you did it. Now I have two cards to admire! Love them both Janet! Thanks for sharing with us at Seize the Birthday!

  2. Beautiful cards. Thanks for playing with us at CASology :)

  3. Great idea and lovely cards!!

  4. You created two gorgeous cards out of this stunning inked rainbow! It's always great seeing your cards in the gallery at CASology, Janet.

  5. Love your cards!!! The first is my favorite...wonderful details!♥♥♥

  6. Gorgeous! Congrats on creating two cards, at the same time! All that effort to make the rainbow panel pays off, double. Loving the frame you added to the first card. Thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas.

    sue n.

  7. Absolutely stunning!!! You did an amazing job on both of these cards - I love everything about them. I'm going to have to track down that die. Thank you so much for playing along with Seize the Birthday!

  8. I love both cards - perfect design and wonderful colors. So glad you joined in the March slimline challenge.


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