Miss Ink Stamps – You Are My Rainbow

Hello again! I’m over on the Miss Ink Stamps blog today with another way to use the rainbow builder stencil set. It was an idea that came to me and I’m so happy it turned out!

I started with my rainbow today by cutting a piece of vellum to 4×5.25 inches. Then I chose one of the 4 rainbows you can build with the stencil set and inked up the first layer which just has the middle color of the rainbow. I used distress oxide inks today which I had hoped would work but I wasn’t sure. I used wild honey, picked raspberry and twisted citron. I carefully dried each layer with my heat gun for just a minute before adding silver glitz glitter gel to the last layer and then set the whole panel aside to dry.

Next, I die cut a cloudy background panel from white and light teal cardstocks. I added foam tape to the back of the teal panel replacing the teal clouds with white ones but keeping some aside to put on top of the vellum. I added the vellum panel and then the white frame to the top.

I stamped a sentiment on one of the larger clouds and added the remaining ones with foam squares for added dimension and interest.

I finished the design off with a scattering of sweethearts sequins all over the sky. There are a couple of sizes and lots of colors in this mix which makes it that much more fun with the rainbow theme.

Isn’t this so cool! It gives me a whole new round of ideas to try with other stencils on vellum now too!

Products used today:
Rainbow Builder stencils
Sunshine and Rainbows stamps
Sweethearts sequins
Avery Elle Cloud Mat die
Distress Oxide Ink – wild honey, picked raspberry, twisted citron
Glitz Glitter Gel – silver
Stencil Pal
Foam tape
Liquid glue

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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