birthday, Celebrations, Child, Technique, Thinking of you, Valentine's Day

Somewhere Over The Rainbow with Concord & 9th (And Friends)

So today I thought I would have a little fun with the title. I made this card with a lot of different companies but the main focus (the rainbow) is from Concord & 9th. 20190108_181001

I used a new to me medium…texture paste! Why did it take me so long to use it?!? I have no idea but I have a feeling it will show up in some more cards.

I started by cutting a panel of Bristol Smooth cardstock with the largest of the A2 scallop frame dies. I taped off all the edges and used a cloud stencil and Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass. I then applied gold texture paste using the Radiating Rays stencil.

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To make the rainbow, I first adhered different colors and patterns of washi tape onto white cardstock and die cut using Rainbow Wishes. The clouds were die cut out of some shimmer paper I had in my stash. After the texture paste was dry, I adhered the rainbow and cloud elements with foam tape.

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I die cut the Bright sentiment out of rainbow colors of light weight card stock and adhered them together using liquid glue. I also cut one in gold to add to the top pulling in the gold from my sun. The bright sentiment was adhered with liquid glue, except on the dot of the eye where I used foam tape. I adhered a few iridescent sequins with matte adhesive for added simmer. I cut a panel of light blue cardstock (matching the Tumbled Glass ink) and adhered it, along with the finished panel, to an A2 heavy weight white card base.

I hope this card brought a little sunshine to your day!

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