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Simon Says Stamp All The Feels Kindness Rainbow

I’m back again with another card from Simon Says Stamp’s (SSS) latest release “All The Feels”. I thought there was no better way to get “all the feels” than to make a Kindness Rainbow. It may be a small card but it packs a powerful punch!

I started by cutting a 3 1/4 by 6 1/4 inch piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock and ink blended over the circle stencil with all the colors! The colors I used were Hollyhock, Melon, Lemon Zest, Key Lime, Spring Rain, and Wisteria. After completing that, I off set the stencil and ink blended again with the same colors. I did add some texture using clear embossing powder and a small stamp from the Amazing stamp set to random inked circles (it is a bit hard to see in the pictures…but its there).

Next, I cut a mat out of Fog Gray cardstock that was about 1/8 inch larger than the stenciled panel. I adhered the panel to a mini slimline card base that measured 3 1/2 by 6 1/2 inches.

I then cut the large BE Kind sentiment from holographic cardstock, 3 times from white cardstock and once from vellum for the shadow piece only. I adhered 2 white cardstock pieces and the holographic together using liquid adhesive and added to the vellum. The last white sentiment die cut I adhered behind the vellum. This just makes it stand off the card the slightest bit.

Isn’t that holographic cardstock AH-MAZING?! I just love that sparkle!

Supply List:

Bristol Smooth Cardstock

SSS Fog Gray Cardstock

SSS Hybrid Inks

SSS I Like Small Dots

SSS Vellum

SSS Holographic Cardstock

SSS Be Kind Dies

SSS Clear Embossing Powder

SSS Amazing Stamp Set

Doesn’t the rainbow just make you feel so happy? I always smile when I see those bright pretty colors together. Stay crafty friends!

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