As you all know – well those that live in the UK, that Mother’s day is just around the corner…well for the weekend! So if you haven’t made your card yet I have some rainbow inspiration for your today that would brighten any Mother up. I’m not usually a rainbow person, well I don’t usually use it on my cads. However, I’m challenging myself to go more out of my comfort zone and I’m so glad I did. I love the how quick this mother’s day rainbow card came together along with the bright colour nature of this card. You could easily adapt this to any occasion using many of the Lawn Fawn word line dies, so why not go to town with it
PRODUCED AS PART OF MY DESIGN-TEAM WORK FOR Bumblberry Papercrafts - SEE END OF POST FOR MORE DETAILS
mother's day rainbow card
Start off, you will need a rainbow assortment of colour cardstock. I kept it so simple and used the Rainbow Lawn Fawn cardstock pack – takes the guesswork out of it for you!
Next, trim strips of each colour down – no need to send the whole sheet through your machine, and position the Mother’s Day line die on top of the cardstock. Run this through your machine to die cut the phrase.
Repeat this for each colour of the rainbow. Make sure you push out any of the negatives within the letters. Trim and fold a piece of white cardstock to form your card base.
To adhere the sentiments down, the Ranger Ink Precision tip works well with Multi-medium matte adhesive, allowing you to apply a small amount of glue to intricate dies like this. Start from the top or the bottom to ensure your space out the sentiments appropriately.
Add a heat embossed sentiment to the front of the card using the Scrapbook Adhesive foam pads for added dimension. This sentiment comes from the Altenew Floral Vine set.
Lastly, embellishment with a rainbow of colours – I used Tonic Nuvo drops here but you could use sequins, enamel dots, jewels etc. The choice is endless!
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This post was produced as part of my design team work for Bumbleberry Papercrafts have not been paid to make this post, but I am given supplies from Bumbleberry Papercrafts to use. However, I create projects with creative control and produce projects I am proud of and with products that I love. The information provided is based on my own personal experience – I am not an expert.