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Rainbow Blooms

Posted by Anthony Macaluso on

Good evening y’all,

There is nothing more cheerful than to look in the sky and see a colorful rainbow peeking out beyond the clouds. So today I thought I would share a little bit of the rainbow, in a card form.

First thing I did was cut down a card base using 110lb black cardstock. Then I cut down two mats, for the front and the inside of the card, using some 80ln Neenah solar white cardstock.

For the inside of the card I used my WRMK corner chomper and rounded the edges of the white mat. Then I used the brush stroke stamp from Maymay’s Patina Stamp set and stamped the edges with my distress oxide inks in rainbow colors (fired brick, spiced marmalade, fossilized amber, peeled paint, faded jeans, and wilted violet). I then used the sentiment happy thoughts from Maymay’s Sunflower Wishes Stamp set and stamped it using some versafine black onyx ink. Last two things I did was put some spectrum sparkle on the paint strokes and added a few pearls around the sentiment.

For the front of the card I used my WRMK corner chomper to round the corners of the white mat. Then I went ahead and used the ink splot stamp and stamped them off at the top of the page using oxide inks in rainbow order. I then took the stem from the sunflower wishes stamp set and stamped it under the ink splots to make them look like flowers using the oxide inks, I then took coordinating brads in rainbow color ad used my tonic studios craft pick to put a hole in the center of the flower. Then I used the leaf stamp from the same set and stamped them off the stems. Last thing I did was stamp the sentiment wishing you from the Sunflower Wishes stamp set using the versafine black onyx ink in the bottom right hand corner, and then I added some sparkle to the flowers and leaves using my spectrum sparkle glitter pen.

Thank you all for joining me today and I hope this card brings a little cheer abd sunshine in your life.

 

To see live video click here.

Supplies

Patina stamp set

Sunflower Wishes stamp set

Distress oxide inks

110 lb. black cardstock

80 lb. Neenah solar white cardstock

Tonic Studios craft pick

Spectrum Sparkle pen

Versafine black onyx ink

WRMK corner rounder

Brads


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6 comments

  • The flower card is absolutely amazing!!! How neat to turn a paint splatter into a beautiful garden!!!

    Cristina jones on
  • Tony you did a marvelous job on this card. I am still amazed that you saw such happy little flowers in that ink splat! Thanks for the ride my friend.

    Ellen Day on
  • I loved the live video and the beautiful end result!

    Anca Dumitrache on
  • Great designs! I especially like the flower card with the “splashes”

    Dana Driscoll on
  • i did enjoy watching you create this card. i loved how the front turned out the flowers were a big surprise. the stamp for the inside paint stroke was great seeing how you use the tool adding the background. so glad i go to see it.

    LORI SMITH on

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