Rainbow Hello

The following card is full of sparkle, clouds, a rainbow, and is using older product.


I used two older stamp sets in this card: Gina K Designs Happy Mail (2017) and SU High Tide (2017). The clouds were cut with a Lawn Fawn die, Cloudy Hillside Pop-up. The rainbow was made with Spellbinders Large Circle dies. I added sparkle to the rainbow with the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen. This was created with the lesson from Online Card Class Spring Card Camp Day 11. This is one of my favorite lessons, as I had the supplies and could sit down and create. All of the paper used is Hobby Lobby heavy weight cardstock, except for the violet. I think the violet is The Stamps of Life cardstock.

Always enjoyable when a card comes together and fits to many challenges.

13 thoughts on “Rainbow Hello

  1. Wow this sure has impact on the eyes. You did a wonderful job on this one Lisa. Very cheerful and pretty.

  2. Lisa, I love the idea of the sun’s rays peeking from behind the rainbow! The die cut images really make a great layered look! Thanks for playing along with our Rainbow Challenge at As You See It Challenges!

  3. What a perfectly wonderful rainbow card! Love the sparkle you added, and those clouds are amazing! Thanks for sharing this with us at As You See It, the Paper Players and Retro Rubber!!

  4. I loved this class, I was really pleased with how my cards turned out and this one of yours is lovely. I love your clouds, I had to fussy cut mine, as I did not have a cloud border die!! Thanks for joining us this time at Retro Rubber. Cx DT

    1. Thanks! I won that die during a new release. This is the first time I have ever used it. I will have to go check your class cards out.

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