Rainbow Quarters

AAA Cards CAS Game #187

The challenge for the AAA Cards is Two Quarters + optional twist Rainbow!!! Hmm! So I made some templated by folding a sheet of copy paper 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 into quarters four different ways. My single card has the two quarters in the middle of the card front. Using SSS Mix & Match circles stencil and Distress Oxide Inks, I completed my rainbow then stamped dragonflies from GKD’s Dreams Take Flight and the sentiment from Verve Stamps Thoughtful Florals.

I had fun creating this one and decided to keep going with my two quarters.

Same Stencil and Tim Holtz Alterations Sizzix Chat Cats stamp set and die and the two quarters are really on the corners of the card.

For this card the two quarters are in the middle and I opted for light blue cardstock. I think I should have stuck with white cardstock. Same stencil and rainbow inks and added SSS word die cut multiple times.

And my final two quarters are on the two edges and also on light blue cardstock with a GKD Massive Messages sentiment. I did add some GKD crystalline drops to my three cards not entered in the challenge. I’m trying to get into the habit that if I make one card to make at least a second or possible four of the same design for Mailing Cards for Troops organization.

Thanks for stopping in and taking a peek. Off to watch some baseball and our Phillies.

14 thoughts on “Rainbow Quarters

  1. Great idea to make multiples especially while you have the supplies out. I think they all look great! I do love the dragonfly one.

  2. Oh wow! You’ve really gone to town with the two quarters and rainbows. Love them all! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

  3. I absolutely love your take on the 2 quarters challenge! Love your rainbow on all of them, as well. These are fantastic cards and those images are such fun with the bright rainbows on them.

    1. Thanks, Golda, that stencil was sitting on my desk for way to long and this challenge was fun to participate in, too.

  4. These are wonderful Gayle. Colourful and pretty and a great take on the challenge. I love how you think, I’d never have thought to fold up some paper to see how the quarters would look. You are an inspiration.

    1. LOL, thanks, Johanna. I needed something to guide me through that process instead of drawing light lines (they probably would have been crooked).

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