Hello sweet Winnie & Walter friends! Vanessa here with a fun challenge! I don't know about you, but I love rainbows and they make me happy everytime I see one. So a bright, colorful card surely puts a smile onto my face, too! My challenge for you is as simple as that:
Create any kind of rainbow on your projects. Use inks, cardstock, watercolors, stamping, embellishments - whatever makes you happy! I made two samples for you and would love to see your take on my rainbow challenge :)
For the first card, I played with Distress Inks. I had so much fun creating this:
I stamped the gems from the My Precious set with various Distress Inks onto a panel of watercolor paper. Then I used a water tank brush and painted over the gems to pull the color into these rays. After everything was dried, I stamped the sentiment. Now I adhered the panel to a Kraft card base and finished the card off with matching sequins.
For the second card, I used solid stamps to create a rainbow:
Using the large solid circle from Scenery: BIGGER Bang Confetti, I stamped a row onto a piece of white cardstock, using rainbow colored dye inks. Then I trimmed a strip from that row of circles to fit my card. I trimmed a panel of white cardstock, stamped "sending" from The Big, the Bold and Friends and adhered the panel to a black card base. Now I adhered my rainbow strip and added matching sequins. Finally, I die-cut my large word using The Big, the Bold and Friends Cutaways from black cardstock and adhered it to the card.
I hope you'll join me for the challenge! Can't wait to see you take!
Link up your take on this challenge for a chance to win a $75.00 gift card (gift code) to the w&w shop. One random winner will be chosen.
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One randomly chosen comment on this post will receive the limited edition Scenery: BIGGER Bang Confetti stamp set Vanessa used in her second card.