Thursday, November 3, 2016

rainbow christmas card

Hello crafty friends, Nicole here.

Do you remember my card from last week? Well, I liked the idea of a rainbow colored christmas card so much that I made another one.


  • stamp the snowflakes on watercolorpaper (or a paper you like for ink blending) with a clear and sticky ink and heat emboss it with white embossing powder
  • use the ink blending technique with Distress Inks for coloring your card. I used picked raspberry, peacock feathers and squeezed lemonade. Let the colors overlap to create orange and green
  • take a water brush or a water tank brush and add some details. Where you put the water, the Distress Ink will fade.
  • add water splatters or glitter-water splatters
  • die cut the pannel and a white frame
  • stamp your sentiment on the pannel
  • adhere your pannel on your cardbase and add the frame with foam tape
  • decorate with sequins and enamel dots or liquid drops (I used Nuvo Crystal Drops)



Remeber, distress inks react with water. You can take a water brush or a water tank brush and add some details. Where you put the water, the Distress Ink will fade. 



There's a brand new challenge going on and it's a fun and easy one. We would love to see your "hello" cards and creations.




Thanks for stopping by!
Have a lovely day :-)

1 comment:

  1. This is soooo pretty!! Lovely colors and a great design!

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