All I want for Christmas are craft supplies and a snowblower. I'm already sick of this whole snowy Winter gig already. Shoveling snow twice a day is for the birds. I'm looking forward to warmer weather, flowers blooming, rain and rainbows!
Since Mother Nature and I don't seem to have a close working relationship and I can't do anything about the seasons or the weather, I'll practice sympathetic magic when I can and color rainbows.
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I used the Bring On The Cake Stamp Set by Avery Elle and stamped the Cupcake Image on two pieces of Neenah White Cardstock with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. I used Inkadinkado Stamp Masking Paper to mask them off.
On this card, I also stamped a Sentiment fro them Stamp Set with Versafine Black Onyx Ink and heat embossed it with Simon Says Stamp Clear Embossing Powder. Instead of Die Cutting, I fussy cut the Cupcakes.
Once I had them stamped, I colored both Panels in with Copic's (you can see the thumbnail links below for my color choices). I used the Curved Edge Dies from the Stitched Slopes and Hills Set by Simon Says Stamp on the Panel, but also on a strip of DCWV Gold Foil Paper.
For this card, I also stamped the Simon Says Stamp Black Card Base with Versamark Ink, then lightly went over the Ink with Ranger Perfect Pearls in Perfect Pearl, then let it dry.
I finished both cards off with a TON of Clear Wink of Stella (I feel as though rainbows should sparkle) and added some DMC Gold Embroidery Thread to one of the Cards.
That's it peeps! Easy Peasy.
Up next will be some Newton's Nook Festive Flamingo's. My Mum loves those plastic lawn flamingo's so this Set was right up her alley! In the meantime, I hope you've enjoyed my cards today!
Until next time!
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